Yes there is such a thing as OEM oil. But I believe he was likely talking about the filter. And for those engines that take a cartrige filter, I agree, use OEM.No such thing as OEM oil. Mobil1 or Amsoil would be my choice.
I'd LOVE to see proof of that. Toyota dealers here use bulk oil delivered in 55 gallon barrels just like every other dealership from a distributor that I am good friends with. I think they are pulling the wool over somebody's eyes here.Yes there is such a thing as OEM oil. But I believe he was likely talking about the filter. And for those engines that take a cartrige filter, I agree, use OEM.
For oil, if the engine takes a 0W-20, it's hard to beat Toyota's own 0W-20. If a different weight, I'd use Pennzoil Platinum.
Penzoil Platinum 5w/30Hi guys, i have 7k on the clock. I drive the car semi hard so im assuming its time for an oil change. I would like to change the oil tomorrow so what kind should i use? Mobil? Or should i stick to OEM. Is a fram filter good enough?
Simply put, u should know better to even enter there. I think Lexus dealer charge about that much for oil change, maybe U should take it to Lexus dealer next time. :lol: At least U get the free coffee/coco and other stuff in Lexus launch.Jiffy is full of it
So U decide to stop changing filter? :lol:I use Royal Purple & OEM filter.
TRD filters are getting too expensive..this will be my last one :[
U can drive your car awhile with old oil or change it a little before the 5k miles. No need to rush.but I was in a rush. Funniest part was an oil change place trying to tell me my windshield wipers were bad when I literally just bought them 15 minutes before.:disappoin