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Is it ok to use 10w30 oil for 2004 buick lesabre custom instead 5w30?

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If 5w30 is recommended, depending on the climate and temp where you live 10w30 will be fine.keep in mind that 10w30 is a little thicker so in cold climates it takes a little longer to get moving

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SOURCE: changing engine oil types from 10w30 to 5w30

If anything i would bump it up to a 10w40 with that kind of milage engine is prety loose, just stick with the same brand of oil just go heaver, i'am not a big fan of 5w30 to me its like pouring water in the crankcase.

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SOURCE: trying to locate oil filter on 2003 Buick Lesabre Custom 3800 eng

3.8 is under the belly pan nearest the front of the engine...why don't you just have it changed by nice mechanic and if your nice, maybe he'll let you watch!
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SOURCE: Can putting 10w30 synthetic oil instead of 5w30

5w 30 is much thinner than 10w 30. Most newer vehicles require 5w30

I personally like synthetic oils because the viscocity adjusts with the temperature in all climates and weather. No need to change every season

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SOURCE: can i use 5w30 instead of 5w20 oil on a 2006

you can but not recommended. the reason for the thinner oil is the tolerances in the bearing races on these engines are very tight, requiring thinner oil. 5w30 is ok for sure if you are going synthetic.

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SOURCE: Where is the fuse box in a 2004 Buick Lesabre

The fuse box should be on the drivers side door jamb. when you open the drivers door look at the side of the dashboard there should be a panel to lift and remove accessing the fuse box

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I have a mazda 626 , went to get my oil changed and noticed my synthetic 10w30 had been changed to synthetic 5w30 oil. I've never had to specify wich only that I wanted synthetic. My owners manual only...


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