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What type of oil should I use in my 2000 dodge durango?

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5w30 with an API of SJ
SJ is the service rating of the oil
API is the american petrolium institute.
The brand would be your preference---- valvoline, pennzoil, quakerstate, mobile one, castrol, your choise.

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