All I'm going to say is working at a dealership myself, I have a dealer mail that was sent out stating EXACTLY that 5W-30 is to be used in the SRT-4. I'm not arguing anything because I was going to contact Dodge today but had a busy time and didn't get a chance to. It may be different per region, but I'm still trying to get a hold of Dodge to determine the EXACT answer.
(Not trying to be a smart ass either)
i think i saw 10w-30 in the book (no im sure it was)
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for you guys putting pics up it would be a good idea to get something like paint shop pro from jasc or some other tool to change the compression on jpg's so they are smaller and easier to get.
i usually sink mine from about a meg to 100k and they still look very good... just a thought
All this info is out of the MasterTech books. These are the books that I have to hand out each month to the techs so they can keep up on their traning, and so our dealership can stay FiveStar certified.
Can anybody get a hold of a U.S Mastertech book? Do you have the same info? Is the oil recomended at 5W30 instead of 10W30 like this one?
They sold about 23000. I used to see a bunch back in the day. Not so much anymore. For those srts still functioning, what is the age group of the current drivers? I'm on the older side. I figure young people are more concerned about the latest phone instead of keeping a 15 year old car on the...
Raced behind a SRT8 challenger and pissed him of. His car was spitting black smoke when it shifter (when I was behind him I saw it spew out). Easily passsssssht around him in about 4 blocks. My car has been in the garage way too long. LULZ