Q: what type of oil should I use for my 2017 Chrysler 200s

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what type of oil should I use?

My car has 3100 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Your engine requires 0w20 oil. You should always follow the recommended oil that is printed on the oil cap of the engine and in the owner’s operator manual.

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