Question about 2004 Lincoln LS
The best oil is the Synthetic type oil that one can get through Walmart or an auto parts store.
However, if the car hasn't been using synthetic type, it's a good idea to creep up on it using a mixture of synthetic and regular oil.
However, I have a couple of Cadillac Devilles that use regular oil and I've never had any problems with it.
I wouldn't use synthetic unless there is a sticker that specifically says to use it under the hood.
Most American cars don't need synthetic.
Some Porsches, BMW's, Mercedes Benz and higher end performance cars recommend synthetic for use all of the time.
Good luck on choosing the best grade of oil for your Lincoln LS.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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