New car and still breaking it in. I have a stock of PP 5-30 on hand which I must use or trade.
Can I safely run the 5-30 in the Fusion 2.5 I4 or must I get 5-20 in this critter.
Thanks in advance for your guidance.
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I believe the 5W-20 here is only for FE benefits. I would not be scared to use a 5W-30 here as long as it has the 945-A approval. Having said that, most products out there with this approval will be 5W-20, but there are some 5W-30's as well.