A 2008 Jeep Wrangler uses 5W20 engine oil.
If you mean 5w20 synthetic the answer is NO. Pontiac recommends SAE 10w30 weight oil in Synthetic or Conventional. Use exactly that weight.
According to the 2008 Owner's manual, it says to use 5W30
Yes. Actually, this is becoming the new standard weight oil in much of the US.
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Pontiac recommends the use of 5-30 weight oil. I use fully synthetic Mobil One high mileage (because I have more than 75K on car) or Valvoline. If you use synthetic, then you should always stay with synthetic as returning to conventional oil may cause issues with seals and gaskets.Dealer specs call for 5W30 but I use 5W40.
Pontiac recommends SAE 5w30 conventional or synthetic. Use nothing else. Thanks Clay.
it shouldn't use any
Use exactly the weight oil as listed in your owner's manual. The brand is your choice an any major brand will be good.
i use quaker state truck and SUV 5w-30 the owners manual reccomends 5w-20 Use whatever it says on the oil cap.
use synthetic every 7500.
Polaris has their own special "fork oil". 7.5 weight is equivalent to polaris oil or use a 10 weight to improve dampening.