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Consider putting in regular synthetic blend oil (5w-20, I believe), because I had the same issue with my car when I put the full synthetic (0w-20) oil. I now have 200k+ miles, and I would recommend trying that. This way, you'll save money and your car won't burn as much oil, either.Report it
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