5000 miles in severe conditions, 7000 miles in normal.
Yes, all car manufacterers have a recommended service interval.
For most driving habits, 3 months 3000 miles.
Change it at the interval recommended by the manufacture.
The recommended oil change for a 2002 Honda Civic is every 5,000 miles. If synthetic oil is used oil can be changed every 10,000 miles.
If you don't know how to change the oil, Then your probably shouldn't be driving....
The recommended oil for a 2003 Volkswagen Passat with a 2.8L engine is 5w30. This is well suited for most driving conditions.
After every 3000 miles
Its recommended every 2500-3000 miles. Never 5000.
I'm assuming you are talking about changing the oil in your car. The old mantra is, change it every 3000 miles. This is if you are driving under severe conditions and/or driving an older car. Severe driving is done by most people. It includes city driving, stopping and going a lot, accelerating quickly, etc. If your car is burning oil rather quickly, you'll need an oil change sooner, as well as some kind of repair work. If you are driving a newer car, 10 years or younger, and you aren't beating on it, you can push it to about 5,000 miles. Just remember though, that if you push it too far between oil changes, you risk the engine having more mechanical problems aka EXPENSIVE problems in the future.
Check the oil filler cap or the owners manual for recommended viscosity.Check the oil filler cap or the owners manual for recommended viscosity.
the type of oil recommended is 5w30, at an oil change the capacity is 4.2qt.