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Oil type & How Much

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by agswin97, Jun 27, 2008.

  1. agswin97

    agswin97 New Member

    What type of oil are you guys using in trucks? I have 2000 suzuki...What is the capacity of the engine for refill? thnx for advice.
     
  2. mrhempingtonsr

    mrhempingtonsr New Member

    My Sukuki Carry factory service manual (English Version) calls for a 10-30W oil with a capavcity of 2.9 liters/3 qt. with filter.
     
  3. Mighty Milt

    Mighty Milt Moderator

    i run 10/30 mobile 1 sythetic in my hijet
     
  4. Tovel

    Tovel New Member

    So 10w30, I have some quaker state synthetic blend 4x4 should be fine then?

    Would anyone use 0w30 synthetic? I use that in my full size gmc, very nice in the winter, as I don't have a block heater, always get good oil pressure on a cold start.
     
  5. blue_miner

    blue_miner New Member

    im using 20-50 on my zuk. it take a few cranks to start but i can live with this in exchange for heavier lubrication. im getting 16km/liter using this. no problem whatsover on a 200km run at average of 40kph.
     
  6. agswin97

    agswin97 New Member

    Thanks for replys! I think i'll go w/ 10-30.
     
  7. Archer-Andy

    Archer-Andy Member

    3.5 qts w/ filter for 1999 Suzuki F6A EFI

    I used Mobile1 5W-30 Full Synthetic on my first and only oil change since having my truck and it took right at 3.5 qts with the filter. I have a 99' Suzuki with the F6A EFI engine. I tried just using three qts like I had read, but it was right at or just slightly above the add line. 3.5 qts did the trick and filled it completely.
     
  8. tommyg

    tommyg New Member

    Filters

    Since we are talking about oil the next thing that comes to mind is oil filters. What would be the recommended filter to use i.e the ones say from AutoZone or NAPA or the imported ones from Japan? I know with my '93 Cambry, Toyota suggest using their filters because of better flowing. I now have a little over 310,000mi on this car because of regular oil changes.
    Thanks in advance for your response. BTW, I have a 92 Carry

    Tommy G.
     
  9. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    Personally, I steer away from the Frams here in Japan. The Japanese filters are obviously much higher quality at about triple the price though. Of course, I can just go anywhere and pick one up. If a Suzuki dealer nearby stocks the filter, I would go that route.
     
  10. tommyg

    tommyg New Member

    filters

    Thanks for the reply Don. I will look a dealer up. I don't remember the orginial filter # do you have the info on this?
     
  11. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    I believe there are 3 or 4 Japanese filter makes that fit. I will look it up at work tomorrow and post it.
     
  12. greg0187

    greg0187 Moderator Staff Member

  13. tommyg

    tommyg New Member

    Filters

    Greg, do you remember the WIX number and what about air filter? Thanks, Tommy
     
  14. greg0187

    greg0187 Moderator Staff Member

    Not off hand. I just read that WIX makes good filters.

    -Greg
     
  15. slimbad

    slimbad Member

  16. tommyg

    tommyg New Member

    Thanks Slim, now all I need is the number for the air filter. This is a great website.

    Happy New Year to all.
     
  17. Lysander232

    Lysander232 New Member

    I have a '91 Suzuki Carry and it is coming up to were it needs an oil change. I run Chevron Delo 400 5W-40 Full Synthetic with a Fram filter in my '89 GMC 1/2 ton. Would that combination work on my Carry?
     
  18. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    i use castrol 5w30 sintec full synthetic in my Mitsubishi, and it holds with the filter 3L's... also i change the oil and filter every 2000 km's. 5w30 is good for the high rpm starts, and my truck never runs hot or even gets to the half way mark on the gauge. :)

    wyatt
     
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2009
  19. Little Dumper

    Little Dumper Member

    I will be running Shell Rotella T Diesel 15w40 dino oil in the summer and the 10w40 synth. Rotella in the winter, with a Wix.

    Why a diesel oil, you ask?

    All modern oils, including the synths., do not have the anti galling additives in them for an engine with sliding parts, specifically the valve train. The last 10 years has seen regular oil have most of the zinc and moly pulled out of it to meet the newer emission standards. These engines need oil that was produced 15 to 20 years ago, unfortunately it only exists now as a diesel oil.

    With the hard work I will put my mini through I need it to last with the high heat environment I live in (can be 42 deg.C, 115 deg.F in the dessert I live in).



    Jon.
     
  20. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Active Member Staff Member

    Shell Rotella T Diesel 15w40 is what im running. and i am a diesel lol
     

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