Here's the problem with flushing: Any loose sludge gets dropped down to the oil pan. The oil pump picks up this new found glop and plugs it, starving the motor for oil, the engine goes bad.So I wouldn't flush it, but if you do keep us posted.
Synthethic oil is what I run in my cars. Mostly because I hate changing my oil. It extends the time between changes for me and I like that. I know Guys in the industry that swear by it. I know just as many that don't. Your car has used about 1/3 to 1/2 of of it's useful life. the Camry is an excellent car. If the car is in good shape, I would use it, but still change the filter every 3000 miles and lube any chassis parts at the same time if fittings are present. If you change it every 3000 miles then just use conventional oil.
synthetic oil only works well if you have it put in from the start. If you run regular oil then switch to synthetic the oil(s) won't mix right and you've wasted the extra $$ you spent on the synthetic
That's BS...you can run synth ANY time...
You will have no problems with switching to a synthetic moter oil at any mileage. It is actually a good idea to run synthetics in higher mileage cars as it is far easier on the moving parts of the engine. The only problem you may have with switching to a synthetic is that you might find a oil leak that ya didnt know about because synthetic oils are detergent rich and will clean up the sludge and deposits in the engine.
There is a good oil called max life by valvoline highly recommended. The fact your car is over 200 thousand miles does not matter a good oil should be used even if the car is brand new.
Ukraine has a land area of over 200 thousand square miles. There is evidence that people have lived in the area for over 30 thousand years.
Just over a thousand miles.
for most cars driven in average weather you us 10-40 grade oil. Colder weather is the lower grades 5-20 weight. Hot weather you use 30-50 grade. keep your oil changed every 3-5 thousand miles. If your car is over 75 thousand miles, look for a over 50 thousand mile synthetic. hope this helps.
Over a thousand miles!
Just over 621
A little over a thousand.
Because it is American garbage. no.
A little over 4 thousand miles
About 4500 miles for car/truck over 150k
depending on the mileage, a full synthetic or a synthetic blend is my recomendation. A conventional oil (standard) is good for 3000 miles. synthetic blend oil is good for about 4000 miles and a full synthetic is good for 5000 miles. If your tc is over 75000 miles then either a full sythetic or a high mileage oil is recomended. I bought my tc at 72000 miles and right away i ran an engine flush, tanny flush, coolant flush, fuel system cleaner and had a full synthetic oil change and the car runs brand new. Jiffy Lube Tech-
a harley will last forever well over 100 thousand miles and itll still be fine
Its about 13 thousand miles if you go from San Fran, than over the U.S., Mexico, and Cuba.
It's about a little over a thousand miles or roughly 18 hours or so in a car.
Odometer maxed out at 99,999.9 miles
Just over a thousand miles, abit longer than the state of California.
No, but it has over 1,000 horsepower.
Roughly estimated to be over ten thousand kilometers it
The Confederacy had over three thousand miles of coastline.
It is over 3,600,000 square miles in size. That is three million six hundred thousand square miles. That's a lot of sand.
An albatross can glide over a thousand miles without flapping its wings.
It depends on the country that you are from, but bananas are almost always going to have a lot of "food miles." They likely had to travel over a thousand miles to reach your store.
According to Wikipedia, the Ponderosa ranch would have covered over one thousand square miles.
cracks in glass travel at over three thousand miles per hour