2003 Honda Accord V6: 4.6 quarts Rotella Gas Truck 0W20 and Fram Ultra, 220k miles
2008 Toyota Camry 2.4L: 4.5 quarts Super Tech Synthetic 5W30 and Mobil 1, 240k miles
2005 Toyota Camry 2.4L: 4.0 quarts Rotella Gas Truck 5W30 and Mobil 1, 120k miles
Funny that I saw this.. I swapped out the oil on my Charger 5.7 Hemi and my 2015 Ram 1500 5.7 Hemi on Saturday.
Charger got some stashed Super Tech Full Synthetic 5w20 with a Fram Pro Synthetic FP2 oil filter I got from RockAuto on close out.
Ram got some Havoline 5w20 semi-synthetic from a 6 qt box and plastic bag packaging I got a while back, plus some from a bottle to bring it up to full. Put on a Denso oil filter from RockAuto. Whoever did the change in the past was a gorilla-tech, as the drain AND filter were WAY over tightened.
96 F150 5.0L couple quarts of 10w 30 Valvoline conventional, couple quarts of 5w 20 RGT and 1 quart of 5w 30 QS Syn - changed 3 weeks ago, the old girl doesn't get driven much anymore so I try and change the oil once a year. I need to use some Maxlife because there is a leak somewhere...but I don't care.
07 Mustang GT 4 quarts M1 Truck and SUV 5w20 2 quarts M1 Truck/suv 5w30 Changed out about a month ago. Moving to a 5w30 to see if it helps with a slight tick that I think is coming from the cam phasers.
09 Ford Flex 3.5L NA - not sure off the top of my head but probably Rotella gas truck 5w20. Car has 115k miles, runs perfect.
09 Saturn Vue 2.4L - not sure, but probably QS Full Syn 5w30. Car has 135k miles, drinks a little oil but runs like a top.
Depends on the vehicles lol.
In my 1989 Mazda B2200 I’ve got Castrol GTX 10W-40 Conventional and a Bosch filter
In my 1973 Volkswagen Super Beetle I’ve got Valvoline 20W-50 High Zinc Racing Oil
Dads 2004 Toyota Camry Valvoline High Mileage Synthetic Blend, Puralator filter
Moms 2017 Toyota Camry Mobil 1 0W-20 Full Synthetic, Mobil 1 Filter
1994 Ford Econoline Havoline Conventional 10W-40, Motorcraft Filter
2001 Jeep Cherokee I have no idea because it’s been sitting since 2014 with a bad engine. Cheap filter that a hack shop my dad used to use put on.