It depends entirely on the condition of your engine. If the bearings are in good condition, use a lighter weight oil (lower numbers). If the bearings are getting a little worn, use a thicker weight oil (HIGHER numbers). Watch the oil pressure gauge. If, after the engine warms, the oil pressure starts to drop to near zero during idle, use a thicker oil. If the oil pressure stays up when the engine is warm and idling, you might be able to use a lighter grade oil. As related to the brand, use whatever has been running in the engine in the past, so long as it's a respected brand with the SAE certifications.
The recommended oil is 10W30.
How do you change the oil filter sending unit of a 1999 suburban?
Blown head gasket.Blown head gasket.
5w30 any premium brand.
75w90 or 80w90
That would be the oil sending unit.
where is the oil pressure switch on a 1999 chevy surburban
5 qts with a new filter.
What is the air conditioning oil capcity for a 1999 dodge 1500 with a 5.9
85W90 gear oil.
cold pressed olive oil farcked mine up BIG TIME!
SAE 75W90 synthetic gear oil
On the very back of the oil pan.
That is the transmission oil cooler. It cools the transmission fluid as you drive.
what type of gear oil goes in my 2004 chevy silverado 1500 Front and rear, user guide does not specify
5W30 or 10W30 is what's required
300.00 to 425.00 labor
its at the back of the engine right side of the distributor
Gastrol GTX. 5W30 only, with a A/C delco oil filter.
Most newer suburbans that i know of take 5w-30 but the brand of oil you use is your preference. i know my 2002 suburban takes 5w-30.