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Hello Everyone, I am in need of some advise here, I have a 1995 Corolla, and THIS IS MY FIRST CAR, so I dont know mucch about cars, though I am very enthusiastic to learn about them. so I would like to know about the oil change, i mean when? I was told that I should change oil every 1200 kilometers which I am sure is not based on the car manual. please give me some advises. thanks

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The general rule is to change your oil and filter every 3000 miles, some heavy duty oils say 5000 miles. If you want to be sure go 3000 miles, change oil and filter and clean or replace your air filter and your car should last a long time.

Posted on Feb 11, 2014

Testimonial: "I have to say, My car is not running based on Miles,its kilometers and I am afraid I can not convert that. so please can you tell me 3000 miles in kilometers. thanks"

  • ahdshakeb Feb 13, 2014

    plus my car is 15 years old..keep that in mind too



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