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#1 (permalink) Old 10-13-2009, 10:56 PM
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Mobil1 0W-40 oil

Hi guys, I was wondering if this motor oil is okay to use on my 325is? Please let me know.

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I mean Mobil1 0W-40 Fully Synthetic

Sorry, I forgot to put a space between the 1 and 0. I mean is it okay to use the fully synthetic 0W-40 for my 1995 325is? I want a good motor oil that is good on start-up in the morning specially when its cold and a good protection specially when sometimes I'm staying on higher rpm while driving.

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This could be a bit new for many to know. I thought you meant 10-40, you had the right space there, and I'll put it back.

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oh. I swear I type in Mobil 10W-40. but what I really meant is Mobil 1 0W-40

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yes, excellent cold weather starts. it's made for extreme conditions, doubt that you see that in Oregan

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You'll be fine with that. I run 10-40 in the winter months. My 535i was starting alright with it even when we had minus god knows what one night.

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