alot depends on the condition of your engine. Has the engine been maintained religiously with oil and filter changes? What kind of oil pressure are you running or do you just have a light?
You asked TYPE..........so does that mean synthetic or regular SAE oil? There are blends of the two also.
There is also a high mileage formulas made by several companies that I run after 75,000 miles. It is proported to have extra additives to keep valve stem seals soft.
If your engine is in good shape, I would stay with what the manufacturer suggests as far as weight. If the manufacturer calls for 5w-20w then I would stay with that viscosity. They make high mileage formulas in most all weight oils. You can stay with regular type oil and not use the high mileage fomula but I woudl add some LUCAS OIL STABILIZER. It's the only additive I use other than a product called RESTORE.
There are some additives I think or feel are snake oils.
One thing I use is a can of Restore when I change oil about every 25,000 miles. This product is made to fill cylinder wall scratches and improve ring sealing. I would add a can of that in place of about a quart when you change.
There are oils that claim to go 15,000 miles, but the big key to engine life is, how long does your oil filter last?
It is senseless to put in a 15,000 mile oil when your filter is clogged at 5,000 miles or you are going to change the oil at 3,000 or 4,000 or 5,000 miles
And a lot has to do with how you drive. Do you tow? drive in dusty conditions? short trips? stop and go? highway?
There's no one flat answer to your question, it takes the owners judgment using as much info on the condition of engine and how you drive and what your budget is.
I wouldn't go for synthetic but there are others out there with their opinions and you can get all sort of answers to your question.
If it were me and the engine is in good shape, I would stay with the viscosity that has been used or is recommended by the manufacturer. Also the temperatures where you live affect oil viscosity. People in Alaska have to use different weight oil then people in Arizona.
I would stay with what has been used in the past, add a can of Restore NEXT oil change, then at the next oil change I would either switch to high mileage or go with regular oil and throw in some Lucas Oil Additive.
Make sure you use a quality filter to keep your engine running a long time. When the oils detergents, and lubricity break down and you throw in a dirty filter, your engine's life is being shortened the longer you drive it like this.
Corsa sport is the best...
Anything but goodyear wrangler st
There are many features on a Chevy Avalanche. It is best known for its versatility. It combines the features of a pick up truck and SUV into one. It features a 320 horsepower engine, active fuel management technology and the OnStar system.
I don't know the answer yet but I will find it because i am a mathematical genius! Wish me best luck!
a 1997 Chevy Tahoe gets around 16 miles to the gallon highway and about 10 miles to the gallon around town that's about the best you get out of them.
The chevy truck is not the best gallon per mile truck when compared to the Ford F150. The Chevy has a city cruise range of 364.00 miles and a highway cruise range of 494.00 miles, where the Ford has a city range of 390.00 miles and a highway range of 546.00 miles.
best bet spend the money and buy the same color code off the escalade ext i ordered mine last night
If you are in an avalanche the best thing to do is to try to stay on top of the avalanche. Try to find something to hold on to so that you cant get hit by it.
One of the best things you can do when you are in an avalanche is preserve your energy. You will also need to make every attempt to keep warm.
the best score that i have herd is 440
Probably Peter Worrell.
Depends on the condition it is in. Best reference places to check are KellyBlueBook.com or edmonds.com.
Chevy chase's best movie was the three amigos
Depends on the coondtion, 2 or 4 door, engine size, rustly, never hit, ect. Best best eBay it and really find out. That's the only way to find out what the top bidder thinks its worth. But that still some miles my best guess is what the market will bare which isn't much now but $2,500 - $5,000. depending on the conditition. Got a 77 Impala 2 door very solid car but needs paint and rust under the vinal top w 77 k, stock Chevy 350 and it tried to sell it for $1,500 no luck. Had caprice same year last year got only $1,500 had some miles w 305 and wasn't as nice. Just hit or miss.
your right Chevy is the best truck known to man
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The best thing about a Chevy is well its a Chevy you can't get much better that that. Ford brake in five years and chevy last until it breaks down wich could be when you die many but any ways that is the best thing about a chevy:)
I took my 05 Avalanche to Best Buy and purchased an Isimple adapter for about $200.00. This gave me a iPhone adapter and a aux jack for my sirus radio.
it dosent get bad milage its prolly one of the best milage truck available. i get 26 miles a gallon
they say on the 3.1 about 100 thousand miles,but it is best to change plugs when your vehicle is not acting right!
i got 1063.. i dk if that's the best tho
It's doing well if it's lasted that long. Whatever you're doing, keep it up.