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I was wondering what type if oil to use in my 1999 chrysler concorde lx 3.2L

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If in a mild temperate region, 20W-40 will do. If you are in a very cold climate, then the viscosity must be lowered so the oil doesn't thicken up too much when the engine isn't running.

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    I would recommend using Valvoline10w-30 oil. I use this oil in my 1999.

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