Question about Chrysler Voyager
Modern cars WILL burn oil at the rate of a pint every 1000 miles(some less,some more)makers say that a pint every 350miles is "acceptable".I do not agree,if you are burning oil at less than 1000miles you need to look at rings/guides,for starters...at least.
on a 14year old car/average mileage i would also suggest using SAE 20/50 oil non synthetic.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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