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Re: If I change to synthetic, do i .... (archive)

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Posted by ///95M3 on September 11, 2000 at 13:51:13:

In Reply to: If I change to synthetic, do i .... posted by Brett on September 11, 2000 at 13:24:51:

All you have to do is drain out the old oil amd pour in the synthetic. 20w is too thick... gluck~


If I change to synthetic, do i need to do anything special to flush out my old oil or do i just drain the old oil and throw in the new synthetic? thanks bud.

-Brett

i think 20w is alittle thick and heavy for you to be using don't you think...right now i'm using ams oil 0w30 and change my oil every 3000 miles...works smooth


I used valvoline 20w50 when i changed my oil last because thats what the dealer recommended.. i drive my car somewhat hard.. should i stick with this same oil or go to a different type? i hear people talkin about 5w30 and stuff.. thanks

-Brett






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