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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The manuel should tell you what weight of oil to use, IE 10w-30. If you are asking what brand to use, it really does not matter what brand. Many of the different brands are all actually produced from the same company with different labels on them. The laws that oil companies must follow when producing oil are very strict so one brand of oil is not really different from the other. The differences are so small that there would be no noticable affect on your vehicle. It is the same with fuel as well. One brand of fuel is not any different from the other and unless you have a very high performance engine if your vehicle, the difference between low octane and high octane will not be noticable
As far as the type of oil to use, you have oil, partial synthetic oil, and full synthetic oil. Full synthetic is the best.
I would go with full synthetic with what ever the reccomended weight is for your vehicle. Many cars now have what type of weight to use on the oil cap.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
Are you looking for a serial number of a model number? The 1998 pathfinders have the VG33E engine (introduced in 1996)
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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Hands down the two best oils on the market are Mobil One full synthetic and Royal Purple also full synthetic. Both offer long engine life with proper 7,500 mile oil changes and do not "break down" under extreme operating conditions.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
being that you have a complete donor car the swap would be easy enough, one thing to keep in mind is the fuel management system and ECM will be different between the two. you may want to research the swap before you dive into it. it most likely will be cheaper to find a low millage motor at a wrecking yard that the same displacement and generation.
Posted on Mar 15, 2012
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