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Should the oil be changed every 3,000 or 5,000 in a 2004 Santa Fe

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Every 3000 or 3mos whichever comes first, however there are some that would agree if you do more in town stop and go driving that every 2000 or 2500 or so miles would help the longevity as well.

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