Question about 2005 Ford F-150
Change the oil every 6000 miles and a oil filter every third oil change and it will run for ever ,use the cheapest oil preferably a petrol/diesel 10'/40 but the cheapest from the supermarket will suffice ,this will keep the internal workings of the engine clean and free from combustion clag .Never mind the salesman with their long life last forever oil at a silly price ,its all the same at the end of the day and dont worry about sinthetic or natural ,just use whatever comes along cheap ,you can even mix them with no detrimental effect.Even print this off and show it to the salesman if you like thats trying to sell you something you do not need ,i used to work in ford of dagenahm engine plant testing the oil as part of my job ,running a engine flat out till it blows up and then see what caused it ,just change it as stated and this truck will still be around when both of us are pushing up daiseys
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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