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The oil is dissapearing. It is consumed too much. I use semisynthetic oil for jeep Cherokee 2.8 CRD. Maybe the oil is not good ? What kind of oil can you reccomend.

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Using this kind of oil is ok but for high mileage engines it's not recommened

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