This is 2 quarts over the recommended 7, so immediately drain out the two quarts. Easy to do. By the way, the 5w-30 is fully synthetic, correct?MIAMIRRS said:
Maybe the mechanic put in 7 but charged him for 9? Checking the dipstick would be the smart thing to do.Ukraine Range said:This is 2 quarts over the recommended 7, so immediately drain out the two quarts. Easy to do. By the way, the 5w-30 is fully synthetic, correct?MIAMIRRS said:
The US-spec manual clearly states that to avoid voiding your warranty, you should stick to 5W-30. I would hate for something to go wrong (not necessarily because of the oil) and they use your non-factory spec oil as a defense to deny you warranty coverage...chanhaang said:
Full synthetic? My dealer says 7500 miles between changes I hope so. Only down 1/2 qt after 6700 miles I'm pretty happy with that! My Jeep SRT8 went through a quart every 1,000 miles wtf.Frisco_TX_RRS said:Your are fine - MobilONE 0w40 should be fine, but you may want to try 0w30 on your next change. You are putting a better oil than the the Castrol Syntec in my opinion.
While under warranty I bought the oil and had the dealer put it in for me - no issues with warranty
Also 9 quarts should be ok Capacity is 8.5.
Engine oil and filter change 7.7 liters (8.1 quarts)
Fill from dry 8.0 liters (8.5 quarts)