synthetic blend or a full synthetic 5w-30 is what most call for you will be safe with a 10w-30 either way the two numbers mean the thickness of the oil when the engine is hot and cold the w stands for weight meaning 10 weight to 30 weight oilAnswerI use full synthetic Mobil 1 10w-30. and I've got over 200,000 on the odo.Might try royal purple though. If you've got a double overhead cam only put in 4 qaurts no more. it stops the oil from being whipped into a foam by the crankshaft. and if any of that makes it to the cam bearings they're toast. The single overhead motors don't have this problem with the cams but I do it anyway helps with oil life.
Sure you can and you should every 50,000 miles.
How much should it cost to replace the airbags on a 1997 dodge stratus?
125 psi approximately.
About 120,000 miles
should be on the fuel rail
I recommend leaving them stock.
City around 230 miles to a full tank and highway around 300 miles to a full tank.
A 1997 should also work
No, a 1997 Dodge does not have a cabin filter.
A 1997 Dodge with a Cummins diesel does not have an oxygen sensor.A 1997 Dodge with a Cummins diesel does not have an oxygen sensor.
it should.... it is the same model i don't think they added anything except for the DOHC option.... you should be fine
I think it should, it's the same Generation so most of the stuff for it should bolt on as well.
On a 1997 Dodge Dakota, the factory amplifier is located in the passenger side kick panel, directly in front of the door. The amplifier should be hooked directly into the speakers.
The average person drives about 12,000 to 15,000 miles a year. The car should have between 120,000 to 150,000 miles on it.
A 1997 Dodge Dakota does not have an EGR Valve.
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With proper maintenance should last approx. 250,000 miles
A 1997 Dodge Ram did not have EGR.
It should be a striaght bolt in swap. (Block is the same)
Should be a the lower rear end of engine
A 1997 Dodge Ram doesn't have a EGR valve.
A 1997 Dodge Ram does not have EGR.