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recently purchased 91 honda accord with 100k + miles and its my first honda so i'm not familiar which weight of oil to use for example on my other vehicle i use 10W40 but i know thats way to heavy for this car, and if there's a recommended brand for hondas with over 100k miles. thanks.
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if you reside in a cold climate winter ( teens and below) use 5w20 in winter 10w30 in summer ......mild winter climate you can go with 10w30 all year around,, any major brands will do,, key is to change oil + filter in 3000-3500 miles ,,buy regular oil,, no need to spend the extra money for more expensive oils,,
Take a look in the DIY section before asking for help.
Always Diagnose First,,, Before Replacing Parts.
Last edited by deserthonda; 03-12-2010 at 02:59 PM.
I agree with DH.
Although i do use Valvoline Maxlife Synthetic Blend in my Accord. It costs $17.50 for a 5 gallon jug at WalMart though so it really isn;t "expensive" in my opinion. Does it actually do anything better than regular oil? Probably not, but I started using it when I first bought the car and I don't want to switch.
2000 Accord LX Sedan F23A1 5spd
2009 Ford Edge SEL (wife's car)
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