What oil does a 99 Cobra take?

What oil does a 99 Cobra take?

Ford Motor Company now recommends SAE 5W-30 viscosity grade for servicing any Ford gasoline-powered vehicle regardless of model year. When servicing any Ford gasoline-powered vehicle, use SAE 5W-30 viscosity grade motor oil.

What oil does a 98 Cobra take?

The Cobra motor needs oil in all locations, and 10W30 is still too thick, even in warm weather. Stick to what the manual says.

What kind of oil does a 97 Cobra take?

Your favorite 5W 30.

What kind of oil goes in a 96 Mustang GT?

Engine Oil

Viscosity: 5W-20 (All TEMPS) This specification has been updated from 5W-30 to 5W-20 per a Technical Service Bulletin from the manufacturer 5W-20 is the preferred viscosity.
Capacity: 6 quarts (with filter)After refill check oil level.
Torque: 10 ft/lbs (Oil Drain Plug)

What kind of oil does my 2001 Ford Mustang take?

Your 2001 Ford Mustang takeS6 quarts of synthetic SAE 5W20 motor oil. You will also need a Motorcraft FL-400S oil filter. Synthetic oil is by far better for performance.

How much oil do you put in a Cobra engine?

Manual says 4 qts. without filter change, or 4 1/2 qts. with filter change. Recommended oil is plain old 30 weight. If you asked what people actually use, you’d get lots of different answers.

What kind of oil does a Ford Mustang use?

8.8″ Differential, Approx 1.875qts 75w90 for mild climate, 85w140 for high temp climate, & 4oz of M-19564-A friction modifier Why do I see a “W” on my engine and gear oil? Simply explained, this means the oil being used is a multi-viscosity application.

How much oil is in a new Edge Mustang?

New Edge Mustang Oil Capacity: 3.8 V6, 5qts with filter change. 99-00 5W30 *Recommended for all Temperatures. 01-04 5W20 *Recommended for all Temperatures.

What kind of Oil can I put in my Acura?

The information provided is based, in most cases, on the original OEM specifications. If your vehicle was originally charged with R12 refrigerant, for example, the oil type specified, ‘mineral’, will not apply. Additionally, General Motors issues Bulletin # 02-01-39-004B replacing PAG 150 oil with a lower viscocity oil.

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