Do you know this for sure? How do you know? Just asking out of curiosity. I've done one oil change with the Pennzoil and researched a lot before I did and didn't find anything saying that. I just want to be as informed as possible and I trust your advice (trying to be clear as possible as tone is so lost on the internet).AMSOIL :big smile:
Penzoil turns motor's gold inside.
KYRGYZ -Used castrol only.... never had any issues
I don't believe it.... for me just a one more way to sell exact product and service, nothing else... marketing... Chrysler just want you to stuck with dealer, so you can't change anywhere else, since they losing money... Castrol does have 5W-40, of course not for motorcycles only, Merc, BMW, Porsche, VW are using 5W-40 in there turbo cars (except merc), it's called Castrol 06249 EDGE 5W-40 SPT Synthetic Motor Oil, not saying that it's Chrysler "certified" but fact they do have it. I used castrol even in my turbo impreza, while my friends where using subaru "certified" Motul.... ANd never had any issues...KYRGYZ -
Don't know if you were aware of it ... but this thread/poll is actually about 1.4L MultiAir Turbo powered Darts ... an engine which requires an API Certified SAE 5W-40 full synthetic oil that meets or exceeds Chrysler Material Standard MS-10896.
Castrol does make a 5W-40 100% synthetic oil (called "Power RS Racing 4T") ... but it's marketed as being specifically formulated for motorcycles (i.e., sport bikes) ... and I'm not sure it meets Chrysler's MS-10896 standard.
NOTE: Your 2.0L Tigershark powered Dart requires an API Certified SAE 0W-20 oil that meets or exceeds Chrysler Material Standard MS-6395.