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(3 Pack) Valvoline Advanced Full Synthetic SAE 0W-20 Motor Oil - Easy Pour 5 Quart $34.55

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Dang, sister's car uses 0W16...
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This seems like a killer deal. Thanks OP
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Dead. Literally gone before I could type in my CC
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Wow took 2secs trying to find a filler and gone
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Dead too quickly. But thanks for sharing
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Out of stock for me...
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Keep checking the Walmart link from time to time and it does become available. I did exactly that from the last posters recommendation and it worked. Good Luck.
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Plus the "in stock reminder"doesn't work at all.
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I assume I can use 0w-20 instead of 5w-20, correct? The only difference is when the car is cold, 0w is supposed to have better flow. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Dang, sister's car uses 0W16...
Check the manual. Heavier can often be used in the exact same engine elsewhere in the world. US fuel economy standards pressure automakers to spec lighter oil here.
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I assume I can use 0w-20 instead of 5w-20, correct? The only difference is when the car is cold, 0w is supposed to have better flow. Correct me if I'm wrong.
This is basically correct.
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Check the manual. Heavier can often be used in the exact same engine elsewhere in the world. US fuel economy standards pressure automakers to spec lighter oil here.
0w-16 has been used in Japan years before the us.
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I assume I can use 0w-20 instead of 5w-20, correct? The only difference is when the car is cold, 0w is supposed to have better flow. Correct me if I'm wrong.
I would stay clear of doing that, would it work? sure, but... The manufacture has their reasons for that. Most likely the clearance on bearings and or other engine parts when cold require a slightly thicker oil. They didn't just pull that number out of a hat. Go to your vehicles manual and see if it is an acceptable alternative?
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Just scored six bottles w/ free in-store pickup. Just kept checking the link and it was in stock just now when I looked.
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