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#2142264 - 01/18/11 07:11 AM gf3?
ernied Offline

Registered: 05/02/07
Posts: 313
Loc: ogdensburg new york
i just purchased a 2010 hyundai sonata with the 2.4 in it reading the mannual it states to use 5/20 perfered but i can use 5/30 or 10/30 accourding to out side temps.ouakerstate prefered.but says GF3 or above? aren't all oils GF5 now?
09 santa fe 2015 sonata

#2142274 - 01/18/11 07:29 AM Re: gf3? [Re: ernied]
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Registered: 01/10/10
Posts: 1531
Loc: Rochester, NY
Yes. Means you've got a wide variety of oils to choose from!
2005 Chevrolet Cobalt - 90,000 mi.
2012 Mazda5 - 70,000 mi.

#2142431 - 01/18/11 10:27 AM Re: gf3? [Re: ernied]
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Registered: 10/06/08
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To me, it is nice to see it printed this way. It lets you know that anything GF3 or above is okay and also that anything form 5w20 to 10w30 is okay. Most engines are not that picky and will run a long life on any of the above.