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Super Tech full synthetic 0w16 5qt $7 in store only YMMV

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Super Tech full synthetic motor oil 0w16 5qt $7 in store only YMMV. The Walmart website and app gave me the correct number available at the store. The Walmart app gave the location of the item in the store. The motor oil is SN plus rated. upc code 071621692714
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Had to look up this viscosity. If anyone else is curious, mainly for Honda and Toyota newer engines.
"Can you use 0W20? Both OEMs say it can be used in a pinch when 0W16 is not available. "

https://www.tirereview.com/0w16-o...rent-0w20/
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plenty of stock at my area walmarts
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Can you use this in a newer BMW instead of 0w-20?
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No, do not use this unless you have a new car that calls for 0w16 and its still under warranty.

Many car lines are seeing higher and earlier timing chain failures and more oil usage since 0w20 went into full usage let alone 0w16.

My personal mechanic opinion is use the viscosity it calls for under warranty and switch to 5w30 after if you plan to keep long-term.
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Can you use this in a newer BMW instead of 0w-20?
Stick to 0w 20. This is meant for better mpg... But it increases wear on the engine.
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Every oil deal at Wallyworld is a TMMV. Glad to see that the OP posted as such.

I am curious ... what car/engine uses 0W-16? Never heard of this low of a viscosity before. I would really be leery to use this in any vehicle that uses 0W-20 or above. I still remember the good old days of using 20W-50 in my Celica. The stuff turned to jelly during colder winter days.
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Found 5 jugs at my local Walmart on a clearance shelf at the automotive center area.
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Quote from kegoffun
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Can you use this in a newer BMW instead of 0w-20?
Plenty of deals for 0w-20, I'd stick to manufacturer specs.
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No, do not use this unless you have a new car that calls for 0w16 and its still under warranty.

Many car lines are seeing higher and earlier timing chain failures and more oil usage since 0w20 went into full usage let alone 0w16.

My personal mechanic opinion is use the viscosity it calls for under warranty and switch to 5w30 after if you plan to keep long-term.
The chain failures have nothing to do with the oil used. Just poor engineering and design or lack of oil changes. Millions of toyotas running 0-20w with zero issue. A lot of manufacturers use plastic timing tensioners/guides that fail.
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Time to stock up. But this requires me to visit a Walmart, I will pay a little more some where else.
Amen. Strongly dislike going to Walmart.
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