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Doe i use 10w-30 or 5w-30 oil when changing oil in my 2000 jeep wrangler in-line 6?

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Multi viscosity oil use is dependant on the average temperature whare you will be driving. Read the can/bottle for recomended temperature range for the oil you are looking to use.

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Manufacturer calls for a 10w 30 oil. In all my Jeeps I run a 10w 40 oil with a container of lucas oil stabilizer. (I get way over 300K from all my engines)
I use synthetics though because the pour point is actually much lower than the 10 number and the protection actually is greater than the 40 number at temp, and the oil is practically immune to thermal breakdown.
As far as change intervals, you can change it at between 3,000 and 4,000 miles, with synthetics you can go actually as far as 10,000 miles with a filter change at the mid point. Most people are comfortable just going 5,000 and changing it though.
Filters are important as well...use a filter with the smallest micron rating and the largest internal surface area you can find.
There are as many opinions on oil and change intervals as there are pages in "war and peace" but I have done extensive research in this area due to my involvement in extreme horsepower (over 7,000hp) race engines. Though the oil in those is changed after every 1/4 mile pass, the properties of any lubricant are tested way beyond any normal limits.
The bottom line being, that synthetics last, conventional oils just don't.
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