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How to Read Engine Oil Bottles ~ Always Get The Right Oil

Published on September 18, 2018 under Humble Mechanic

Buying the right engine oil can be confusing. But it’s actually very simple. Using the information listed on the engine oil bottle, and your owners manual, you never have to worry about getting the wrong engine oil for your car or truck. Reading the engine oil bottle can be tricky. Here are the simple facts! Thanks to Pennzoil for partnering with me on this video.

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