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Posted by Anonymous on
Where's leaking from what part (oil pan/oil filter/front of the engine or between the motor n transmission??????
Posted on Dec 17, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oil type to use
either will be adequate. if you live in a hot temp zone run the 20/40 and if it cools off (freezing) during winter change to 5/30. Moderate year round your 20/40 will be fine. I would also use a bottle of Lucas Racing Oil treatment with the change. Don't forget your filter. I also suggest using full synthetic, yeah it costs more but worth it.
Posted on May 06, 2009
It's depend on the weather condition of your area and is your motor a leaker.
10W40 should be fine,if you are live in above freezing area
10W30 for colder climate
15w-40 if your motor has a small leak AND drive in above freezing area.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
I think you should wait until you know the ambient temp will not go below about 50. If you've ever seen a 20w50 at or near freezing temperatures, it is as thick as honey. This is hard on oil pumps and it take a few second longer for the pump to start building pressure. I think a better choice might be to put in an additive like Lucas or STP. These additives tend to cling to bearings and reduce wear at engine start-up.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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