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VIDEO: Domestic Engine-Oil Specifications

When an OEM writes the word “recommends” in the service information or owner’s manual, it should be read as “required.”

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Because of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, OEMs are careful not to include the words “require” or “must” in their service information for engine oil. But that doesn’t mean their recommendations should be taken lightly. 

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