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How often should i change the oil in the 2008 dodge charger i was told not till 100,000 miles

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You should get a owners manual. The manual will tell you which oil to change at which interval.

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Hell no change it to a good synthetic at 3000-4000. once you do you can start every 5000 changes. look in ur manual and see what dodge recomends. I bet its sure is not 100,000.

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