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Sentra 2008 2.0 model

What type of oil engine should be used?

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It is best to get a proper garage or oil change specialist to change the oil, as it will void the warranty on such a new vehicle if you do it yourself. Also if you just want to top the oil up, best to call the dealer for the oil specification, or it should be in the handbook that came with the vehicle.
Hope this helps, Mark

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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