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What kind and weight of oil should you use in a 92 Camaro 305 tbi engine?

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2006-02-09 04:56:47
2006-02-09 04:56:47

What does your owner's manual say? If you don't have one then use 10W30 until you find out for sure. i own a 89 camaro u need 5w30

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