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What type of oil for my Hyundai Tucson 2012 is best? conventional or synthetic?

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just go to where ever u were planning to buy the oil from and tell them what type of car, make and year it is and they will give u the correct type

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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The transmission filter is inside the transmission. You have to drain out the oil and remove the transmission pan and gasket. The filter is made of metal guaze and is screwed/bolted to the underneath of the valve body.

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SOURCE: what kind of oil viscosity go on 2005 hyundai

Have you checked owners manual for recommendations? I'd say for 70F & above temperatures 10w40, below 70F , 5W40.

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Clicking is a hard noise to diagnose over the computer. It could be a leaking exhaust manifold to a bad valve inside the engine. If it's a worse case thing, driving it more may cause further damage. My vote would be to tow it to the garage. Better safe than sorry.

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SOURCE: location of horn on 2012 Hyundai tucson

The Horn is under the hood just remove the screws holding the radiator cover, I don't think it's necessary to remove all of them, just the drivers side, enough to be able to remove the headlight assembly. Then there's 3 bolts holding the headlight assembly, on top 1-10mm, & 1-12mm they are right on top, & quite visible, next underneath there is another 10mm bolt about the middle, in sideways, (check pix) just remove these, and the headlight elect plug (push down on the back of the plug clip to release) now, just sort of jostle the headlight back, & forward (but forward a bit more) while lifting it, and pulling back the loose radiator cover to clear, and it should come right out

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It depends on a number of things and some is by your preferences mileage. Does it leak or burn oil. And do you want a conventional or synthetic i prefer synthetic over conventional cause they last longer and stay cleaner probably cause their are fewer contaminantes in them so i would run a 5w 20 in synthetic and if want conventional so if it use oil i would go with a high mileage oil and a 10 w 30 if you dont then i would use a 5 w 30

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Synthetics or conventional oils


Synthetic are better oils for your car life.Conventional oils are stanard for most cars but create wear and tear to your motor.Synthetic oils have less larger oil molecules.That cause less friction to your engine making it live longer and less maintance for you.Conventional oils have mixed molecules that create friction to your motor.Conventional molecules look like o0oo0o00oo.While synthetics molecules look like ooooooo.Synthetics oils can increase your fuel economy giving you extra money.Synthetics are cheaper for the consumer because you change your oil less than conventional oils.If you are changing from conventional oil to synthetics change your oil filter to synthetic also.

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Synthetics or convenional oils


Synthetic are better oils for your car life.Conventional oils are stanard for most cars but create wear and tear to your motor.Synthetic oils have less larger oil molecules.That cause less friction to your engine making it live longer and less maintance for you.Conventional oils have mixed molecules that create friction to your motor.Conventional molecules look like o0oo0o00oo.While synthetics molecules look like ooooooo.Synthetics oils can increase your fuel economy giving you extra money.Synthetics are cheaper for the consumer because you change your oil less than conventional oils.If you are changing from conventional oil to synthetics change your oil filter to synthetic also.

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Are you asking for the best brand, weight, or synthetic or convential.
Quacker State is good. 5W30 is good for fuel efficiency. You are better off using conventional motor oil over synthetic if you have not been using synthetic.

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Synthetic or conventional oil


Synthetic are better oils for your car life.Conventional oils are stanard for most cars but create wear and tear to your motor.Synthetic oils have less larger oil molecules.That cause less friction to your engine making it live longer and less maintance for you.Conventional oils have mixed molecules that create friction to your motor.Conventional molecules look like o0oo0o00oo.While synthetics molecules look like ooooooo.Synthetics oils can increase your fuel economy giving you extra money.Synthetics are cheaper for the consumer because you change your oil less than conventional oils.If you are changing from conventional oil to synthetics change your oil filter to synthetic also.

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What is the best oil for nissan skyline 300 gt 2001 3000cc.


I have used many types of motor oil over 50 years...the reason I mention this is there are many improvements over those years relating to best viscosity...temperature and start-up lubricating concerns...Conventional factory approved oil's are OK. My personal preference for a low mileage premium auto is Castrol or Mobil-1 full synthetic motor oil...facotry specs vary from 5W30 to 10W30...your owners manual recommends this in your manual, and under the hood at the filler cap. The full synthetic is best for mileage...and durability...:) If your car is already over 50,000 miles I recommend the Castrol mix synthetic...a little less costly but still a better performer than conventional motor oils. Hope this helps.

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Do I need to use synthetic oil in my 2004 Hyundai, Santa Fe?


No you don't. You can use any oil you like. You just have to make sure you use the right weight,or better, that is recommended for your car. Just remember, If you do use a synthetic oil, you will have to keep using it. This is what I have been taught, and its what I still do.. If your really worried, call the dealership, and ask the service manager( they are usually really nice people, and tell you what the manufacturer recommends on this).I hope htis helps your problem.

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The type of motor oil for my Tucson


either 5w30 or10w30. some people use 5w30 in the winter its easier for the oil to get around cold and 10w30 in the summer others pick one and use it for the life of their car. as far as brand they are all just about the same. i've heard good about fully synthetic and i've experienced the bad part i've heard about before hand

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The best oil for any car is 5W-30 synthetic, I personally recommend Mobile 1. 5W-30 Synthetic flows more rapidly to engine parts thereby reducing "dry start" wear. In addition, full (not part) synthetics contain fewer additives (they don't need them) than conventional oils. Conventional oil additives "burn off" rapidly (500-1000 miles) after an oil change and sludge accumulates over time as a result.

Synthetic oils use much less of these additives (5% vs 20-30%) than conventional (Dinosaur oil) so there's much less sludge to build up. Synthetic oil also has a more uniform molecule size, this extends oil longevity and reduces running temperature.

I've personally used Mobile 1 for many yeas in my cars and would recommend it although I'm quite sure that other FULL synthetics would offer similar benefits.

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