If you have an older, more worn out engine, it could actually be for the better. There'll be less leakage of oil through the piston rings and other fine leaks will be reduced.
SAE 5W30 or 10W30 I would recommend the SAE 5w30 synthetic blend.
any 5w30 but would recommend a synthetic 5w30
7 qts of 5w30.
The engine uses 5W30.
The owners manual recommends 5w30 or 10w30I would not use 20w50.The owners manual recommends 5w30 or 10w30I would not use 20w50.
No, 5w30 is a higher grade so itshould be Ok.
3.5L, no. 2.7L, maybe- should be 5w30 5.7L, yes. Needs to be 5w20.
Use 5w30 if you live in a cold climate like Minnesota in winter. Otherwise 10w30 works everywhere else. Heavy oils work fine but reduce gas mileage slightly. 5W30 is very light( think gas economy) ,10w30 is medium ( think all-around),15w30 is heavier( think trailer towing) The synthetic blends are my personal choice. Brand choice is strictly opinion; you can't go wrong.
it needs 4.5 quarts of 5w20 if its not a type s if its a type s, it needs 5 quarts of 5w30
If your car doesnt require it I would stick with the 5w30 rather than spending more on 5w20
It might damage the engine because it might be to viscous. You need to check the manual for compatibility. Some engines allow refill with more viscous oil.