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Depends on how many miles it has on it, I prefer High mileage castrol GTX 10/40 Detergent for most v-6 motors or I will use the synthetic oil to get longer life out of it.If it is low mileage then you can use castrol 10/30 or Mobil oil 10/30 or Texaco 10/30 or 10/40 depending on mileage. If it has a lot of miles on it the lower viscosity will cause it to burn or leak oil.

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