Porsche 944 oil capacity




Porsche 944 oil capacity

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    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    With the 20w50 and it being a bit cold outside, my pressure is staying around high 3 to 4 when it's at operating temp. My engine has not been resealed recently, so using non-syn helps keep it from leaking. Find Oil Drain Locate the oil drain plug underneath the vehicle. View unanswered posts View active topics. Read Oil Level Reinsert dipstick, remove and then read oil level.

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

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    Oil change Read times. Dec 12 th , Gender: Oil change Jan 19 th , at Definitely makes a difference, if anyone was wondering "meh, what difference does it make? Aug 23 rd , Gender: Oil change Reply 1 - Jan 19 th , at 1: Tried the Synthetic once a long time ago, noticed a big drop in comsumption [loss] after the change back to dino too. Oil change Reply 2 - Jan 19 th , at 2: Yes I should have mentioned that I used the non-synthetic VR1. Maybe it will leak a little less oil.

    It never leaked much, just a few drips here and there. Oil change Reply 3 - Jan 19 th , at 6: Ya, I use VR1 wt also, Porsche now recommends Mobil 1, but thats only after they signed some kind of contract with them for the new cars.

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    The Mobil 1 formula did'nt change, just Porsche's bank account. Dec 26 th , Gender: Oil change Reply 4 - Jan 19 th , at 7: Why would you use 20W50 in a 4cyl that makes no sense. Oil change Reply 5 - Jan 20 th , at 8: Jan 1 st , Gender: Oil change Reply 6 - Jan 20 th , at 8: Oil change Reply 7 - Jan 20 th , at 9: Temps in the N.

    Utah was running about 95 my last trip there and the roads are to good to leave 'Princess' behind. Since Montana wimped out on unrestricted daylight speed, you gotta go where you can Ft Bragg, NC Joined: Oct 14 th , Gender: Oil change Reply 8 - Jan 20 th , at 9: Oil change Reply 9 - Jan 20 th , at Oil change Reply 10 - Jan 20 th , at Oil selection is a 'Slippery Slope' Subject could be the biggest Post in the forum, suggest a 'Search' before a million keystrokes are sacrificed.

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    Oil change Reply 11 - Jan 20 th , at Do you run that car in the winter??? I changed back to 5 winter 30w for the winter so I can drive it. You live in Tenn. It still gets cold down there right?? Oil change Reply 12 - Jan 20 th , at It won't be very cold much longer here..

    With the 20w50 and it being a bit cold outside, my pressure is staying around high 3 to 4 when it's at operating temp. I've noticed no running problems whatsoever with the thicker oil in the cold. I don't know if it improved my performance any, if it has I haven't noticed.

    What the VR1 does do for it: My engine has not been resealed recently, so using non-syn helps keep it from leaking. Helps reduce wear on moving metal parts, specifically the flat tappets. Porsche factory recommended oil weight. I feel it's best to trust the people who made the car If I could get non-synthetic VR1 in 10w40 I would have put that in until my spring oil change since the pressure IS a -little- high due to the 30's temps outside, but unfortunately I can only find it in 20w I just hate having to order oil over the Internet, it's much more convenient to go to the store and buy it.

    Porsche 944 oil capacity

    Oil change Reply 13 - Jan 20 th , at Oil change Reply 14 - Jan 20 th , at Please Login or Register. And your next post will be I would still have to order the additive I've never seen it at any parts store , and then I would also have to mix it in myself. Call me lazy but I'd rather have it already done and mixed in the carton.



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