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Old 18 Jun 2011, 08:58 am
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Default Motor oil

On my 2011 honda accord the manual calls for 0 w20 motor oil. Since almost no auto part dealers or places like super wal-mart carry this grade oil, i was wondering why i couldnt use say 5-w 20?. I use this oil in my other two new vehicles. Thanks for any info
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