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Yes, it could damaged your engine,drain and replace filter with what kind was on before,always use synthetic oil,I take my Toyota tundra to dealer to get oil change,and they scan the whole system for free and give me a print out of the results,if something is wrong,they will tell me and how much or I can fix my self.That's the best place to get oil change,hidden benefits.They told me once my license plate bulb was burnt out,they replaced for a dollar.
Exactly five quarts to do an oil change on this van assuming you are also replacing the oil filter.
How long between oil changes is typically recommended to be 5000 miles by Toyota. The van's service reminder light comes on at 5000 miles just for this purpose. To increase that interval is your choice.
Simply pull the dipstick and check the oil level, if it is still showing then yes you can still drive it much longer, swing by a mechanic and ask him to check that the oil pump is working correctly, only take 2 minutes and he shouldnt charge for having a look. Good luck
I would definetly use a castrol high mileage 5W-30 because a fully synthetic oil has smaller molecules and will find it's way through your gaskets and start leaking.Castrol is a great tar based oil and not a wa based like penzoil or quaker state. which is actually bad for your engine and builds up sludge.
Your money is better spent getting some lucas injector cleaner instead of the flush LARGE BOTTLE for about 10 bucks, add 3 ounces for every 10 gallons and this doeas a real good job of cleaning injectors and also lubricating them and the top end. I have a 4.0L ranger w/88K and they are clean, I removed one just to see how it looked and it looked new, no deposits at all.. I put some in monthly and all my cars are performing better MPG wise.. one of them is a 1990 BMW 210K miles and they look almost new. I started using it on the BMW and after the great results there I put it in all my cars like Mom's Castor oil.... Keeps 'em regular.. :o)
Change the plugs... They say they are good to 100K Ok maybe but your fuel mileage will suffer as will your performance..