I have a Chevy 1 ton box truck with 350 vortec 400 turbo trans and and 4.30 gears with 16.5 dually tires that gets 10mpg no matter what loaded ,unloaded ,uphill downhill ,whaterver
heavy duty gear oil
being a 454 it doesn'y get any kind of fuel mileage
15 to 18mpg
I have a 2002 Chevy tracker and it gets anywhere from 28 to 25 miles to the gallon.
Rated at 20 city / 29 hwy.....
I have 1 and I'am getting 14 to 15 mpg In city, trying to find ways of improving the mileage of it
depending on your mileage and wear, anything from 10w30 to 10w40
Check fueleconomy.gov. In my 2004 Venture we get 19 city 25 highway.
About 14 on the HWY. 8-9-10 around town.
The 2010 Chevy Tahoe gets around 15 mpg in the city, on average. This mileage can change on the highway, and also can increase/decrease depending on the year.
in my 02 TB Lt - Ext RWD I get 15.6 combined Like 19 hwy and 14 city
Depending on the differential gear ratio, anywhere from 17 to 19 mpg.
Since your model of car is older you should use orange dexcool. It protects against rust in higher mileage cars
You can expect to get approximately 18 miles per gallon from your 1965 Chevrolet Malibu. The gas mileage will be lower if the Malibu has been upgraded to todays emissions standards.
SAE 5w30 any major brand. If the vehicle has over 100,000 miles on the odometer use a High Mileage oil.
You didn't say standard or automatic, but if it's a 4.3L auto probably in the 17-18 mpg range.
10w-30 high mileage oil
that depends on the mileage of the vehicle. If your Tahoe has over 75,000 miles I would recommend the high mileage oils. The viscosity of the oil will be on the cap. If its under 75,000 miles I would highly recommend a synthetic oil, same goes for the viscosity.
The kind that you put in it
depends on what truck it is? 4x4 2x4 extended. my truck is a 98 Chevy silverado 5.7 v8 extended cab 4x4. the book says i get 12 city 16 hwy combined 13? and that's why ive been getting
Check out www.fueleconomy.gov