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Bangledesh you might want to go with a heavier weight, say 5W30 or 10W30.
Here’s the go to thread:
Oil Catch Can, Eliminate that knock! | PriusChat
and yeah, your engine and periferals are essentially like 3rd gen...
There’s a Toyota PDF on the install, and some owners have published a pretty good how to.
The word “synthetic” appears twice in my North American Owners Manual; both times relating to upholstery material.
Not sure. Anyway, Toyota doesn’t say anything about synth vs conventional, just weights and specs.
My dad used to use 1/2 of that tool, to check the gas level in our 58 VW Bug (no gauge).
Yes. Toyota gives specs for the oil, but never insists on synth.
that said, in 0w20 I think they all are synth?
Looks like anti-rodent mesh. Maybe someone was “hardening the target”, hung that scrap while doing something else, then forgot about it.
See if you can get their specs, ID, OD, cross-section diameter and material spec. Then check local automotive specialty shops.
I did this with my...
Still have the old plugs? Swap them back for a tank?
FWIW, on a 3rd gen, with 4.2 litre specd oil spec’d, I drain, button everything up when it’s slowed to a drip, and add a carefully measured 4.2...
Give me strength...
So lessee: 1.6/2? Nope. Well it’s maybe “safe”, by that 1/4” overshoot allowance lol.
It can’t be that critical, maybe 1/4” max overfill on the dipstick? I’ll leave the math to you.
A little less than 1.6/2 qts? :confused:
Here’s one I repurposed, but no way to scale lol:
Pyramid builders in your ancestry? (Rhetorical :))