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Motul Oil 2nd Gen. recommendations

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by gandrews71, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. Nov 2, 2011 at 11:18 AM
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    gandrews71

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    White 4x4 TRD/Sport
    3" Truxx lift w/deaver add a leaf, Black billet grille and insert, K&N intake, 7" Kenwood TV, Viper alarm w/remote start, TRD Exhaust, all badges removed, white tailgate handle.
    If you have a 2.7L this is what Motul recommends:

    Engine oil: 8100 Eco-lite 0w20
    Automatic Transmission(4 of 5 speed): Multi ATF
    Manuel Transmission: Gear 300 75w90
    Differential: Gear 300 75w90 (If Limited Slip use Gear 300 75w90 LS)
    Transfer Case(If 4x4): Gear 300 75w90
    Front Differential: Gear 300 75w90 (If Limited Slip use Gear 300 75w90 LS)
    Brake Fluid: DOT 5.1
    Power Steering: Multi ATF
    Coolant: Inugel Optimal Ultra

    If you have a 4.0L this is what Motul recommends:

    Engine oil: 8100 Eco-nergy 5w30
    Automatic Transmission(4 of 5 speed): Multi ATF
    Manuel Transmission: Gear 300 75w90
    Differential: Gear 300 75w90 (If Limited Slip use Gear 300 75w90 LS)
    Transfer Case(If 4x4): Gear 300 75w90
    Front Differential: Gear 300 75w90 (If Limited Slip use Gear 300 75w90 LS)
    Brake Fluid: DOT 5.1
    Power Steering: Multi ATF
    Coolant: Inugel Optimal Ultra

    • These recommendations are for normal to aggressive driving and will not void your warranty.
    • Should you wish to change a viscosity while still under warranty, you do so under your own risk.
     
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