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  • Ata Seudeukah
    Re: Can I use 0W-40 high performance synthetic oil

    The 0 part means its got the cold-weather viscosity of any 0 weight oil, and will pour even thinner than 5W20 when cold. That's good.
    23 oct 2005
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