|04-14-2010 12:16 AM|
Really you can run anything from 5w-20 to 20w-50 in the jeep and it is really not going to care. So whatever you have laying around will work. Since your in cali you don't have to worry about your oil turning into molasses in the winter :P.
IF you were running a race motor then yes you need to choose your oil to what it will be required to do. IE I have a road race car- I ran 20w-50 in since I lived at high RPMs and lots and lots of heat thicker oil helps with that.
|04-14-2010 12:14 AM|
here is a better one:
Oil viscosity explained
|04-14-2010 12:11 AM|
this may help you: Motor Oil Viscosity Grades Explained in Layman's Terms
|04-14-2010 12:08 AM|
Its an 05, I bought it a month ago,I have spent more on fluids in the last week than I care to count.
Mobil 1 diff front and rear 90-140 syn.
Tranfer case 3 qts. syn.
Mopar manual trans fluid 3 qts $75.00
Brake fluid flush syn.
|04-14-2010 12:00 AM|
|indosurf||Dude........8 bucks a qt. ?|
|04-13-2010 11:23 PM|
|Wyominer||Yup, Johnny's a cheap %$@#!|
|04-13-2010 11:20 PM|
|holes||Correct me if I'm wrong, but isnt the oil viscosity written like this. 10w-20 or 10w-30 not 10-30w?|
|04-13-2010 11:10 PM|
Johhny has 4 qts. of Mobil 1 synthetic 5-20W, but needs 6 qts. of 10-30W
Is this a linear problem? Does Johhny just add 2 qts. of 20-50w?
6 qts. 10-30w= 60-180
4 qts 5-20w= 20-80w
2 qts 20-50= 40-100w
Johnny is a cheap %$@#