It also stopped the lifter chatter that it started to get around 60K miles. I have searched all over the forum but no subject was found to have discussed this. My '01 idled like new the day I traded it in. You can't just link a garbage website made by a 4 year old blind kid and expect us to start an intelligent discussion about this. Drain at 6 months or 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. I think it involves starting up the truck a couple of times. Recycle it the same way you do standard oil.
Every 5000 miles seems to be the general idea for oil changes with synthetics, is this correct? You could do a couple of pan changes drop the pan, fill 5 qts, drive a little, drop the pan, fill 5 qts, drive a little, etc until you think enough of the fluid has been mixed. So the 75k was way off, by that time you should have already flushed it twice. Hi Guys, how are you doing? Ford Motor Company is launching a new oil specification for its Power Strokesel engines and especially the all new,. Just check the oil after 5K. Is there actually a section in our manual that states we can use synthetic oil??? Change oil when Oil Life Monitor tells you to change the oil or go by the owner's manual factory drain interval. Where can you dispose of synthetic oil? Read here; so what is going on? Pour entire bottle in the gas tank about every 4,000 miles to clean out the fuel injection or carburetor and lines. I just bought my expedition and it has 71k on it.
I've also had my oil tested and been surprised at the good results. Go by distance or time. Thank you for any help!!! Lasts up to 1 year or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. If it's dark and dirty change it and the filter. Whole trans rebuild to fix that lovely issue.
Maintains warranty requiring any of those oil specifications in owner's manual. Most synthetics have cleaning agents detergents in them. I looked through the service schedule guide and it says the transmission fluid should be flushed every 30k. This is the stuff you want. I just traded my '01 in with over 100K miles for a new '06 Expy. Works in gas or diesel engines. Highly recommended over any other 20W oils.
Pick the one that best meets your driving distance each year and match it up with the corresponding lube. We'll take care of you quickly, with the right oil at the right price. Go by distance or time except with turbo. Not sure on cost, but you could ask around. We always factor in your area's climate, your mileage, and driving style when helping you select your oil.
Hopefully I won't be left with problems after doing this. You can use synthetics in most any gasoline vehicle. All the smart buyers go with this. Have an extra quart handy to top off when necessary. Well I was actually able to pick my truck up today. First time customers: Adding this Preferred Customer trial to the shopping cart you will automatically get 25% discounts on your entire order as well as future orders during the next 6 months! Use the same standard oil filter. I switched over to Syn and it stopped buring oil.
No matter whether your engine requires a synthetic motor oil blend, high mileage oil, or a basic synthetic, you can drive satisfied knowing that your car's been taken care of. These are pretty standard risks but I've had three Fords in the last 5 years and I've never experienced any problem with leaks after I switched over. Should I even bother with the transition? When you do this you run the risk of basically killing the trans because it starts to rely on the wear materials in the fluid to engage. I have said I would on every car I owned but I am going to do it on this one. If you have a high milage car it's possible that the cleaning action could losen some buildup and clog an oil pathway. Now if you were going from a 5w20 to 20W50 that's a different story. There is also another procedure where you disconnect some of the hoses going to the cooler, and fill with new as the old fluid comes out.
Appropriate one will be sent based on your vehicle. The manual also states the fluid is good for the life of the vehicle and is not to be checked or changed unless a leak is suspected , service work is being done , or the axle has been submerged in water Any good multiviscosity oil will do just fine for you. Either of the lubricants below are specific for this vehicle and meet manufacture's recommended lubrication specification. I pay attention to the details that's it and you guys here are my colleagues and the my reliable resource. So not to steal your thread but is 5w-50 ok I'm in arizona and temps get to 120 daily during the summer, so I don't know if I should go with this or 5w-20 which the manufacturer recommends.