Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
You do not need to change the oil for the seasons,as the oil is "multigrade" (that means it gets thicker as it gets hotter.)BUT when new, you should use 5/30 and as the car gets older,or uses/burns oil it is my opinion,that it should get a higher (lower sae #)grade of oil to compensate so 5/30 will go to 10/40 if and when you start to use the "thicker" oil is dependant on your cars usage/burn rate.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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