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Size of oil filter cap socket size - 2009 Pontiac G3

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SOURCE: Oil pressure sensor

like 3/4 or 7/8

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SOURCE: changing the oil by myself for the 1st time what size socket

Try a14 mm

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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SOURCE: what type of oil do you recommend and what size

Use SAE 5w30 oil. I recommend Pennzoil but all major brands are good. You can use Synthetic or Conventional oil. If you use conventional oil change the oil/filter every 5,000 miles. If you use Synthetic change it every 8,000 miles. Anyplace that sells oil filters can tell you the correct filter. On your Pontiac I recommend you use an AC/Delco filter. Purolator, Wix, and Bosch are also excellent filters. The 4 cylinder uses a AC/Delco PF47 filter. The V6 uses a AC/Delco PF457G.

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