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May 01, 2006


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The oil change interval depends alot on driving conditions. Most manufacturers have a "rough service" interval, and will list several conditions that meet the criteria. Many of today's city driving conditions meet the "rough service" definition, such as alot of stop and go driving. In addition, many newer cars have a service monitor that will look at your driving style, actual driving conditions and weather to determine when the oil actually needs to be changed.

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