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We don't the maintenance book - what kind of oil does a 1998 Plymouth Neon take? Thank you

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Very cold climate/weather, I'd run 5 w 30. Warmer/hot weather 10 w 40.
Here is Southern Ontario Canada, I run 5 w 30 or 10 w 30 winter and 10 w 40 summer.

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