Tacoma Engine Oil

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by Evan Roman, Nov 23, 2019.

  1. bdarnold12

    bdarnold12 Well-Known Member

    More and more vehicles are using this kind of filter now. Regression.
     
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  3. B.C.

    B.C. Well-Known Member

    While I prefer a canister style filter, the one upside to an exposed paper cartridge type, is that seeing metal particles in them is easy.

    Do Tacos have a replaceable fuel filter, or just the life time style in the tank?
     
  4. BlazingBlue2016

    BlazingBlue2016 Well-Known Member

    A lot of newer vehicles are going that way, some say its for the environment (less waste).
     
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  5. BigMau

    BigMau Well-Known Member

    Yes... You drain the filter housing before element remove. This keeps a few oz. of used engine oil out of the land fill.
     
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  6. B.C.

    B.C. Well-Known Member

    I take my filters in to be recycled, the same with the used oil.
     
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  7. Tape

    Tape Well-Known Member

    Walmart full synthetic 0-20
     
  8. DJDeadpixel

    DJDeadpixel New Member

    Don't laugh.... Amazon Basics Fully synthetic oil. It's very high quality and doesn't cost nearly as much as everyone else. Look into it. Watch the freezing temps comparison on YouTube. Great oil!!
     
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  9. BigMau

    BigMau Well-Known Member

    As long as the oil meets the specs. of the engine you will be fine. I believe Walmart and Amazon have Warren mfg. supply them with oil. Same company that makes MAG1.
    I ran Walmart 5w-30 Synthetic in my 2011 GMC Canyon and never had any issues. Seemed to work great in that truck.
     
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  10. Cole Chuman

    Cole Chuman New Member

    FYI - I believe Toyota's OEM oil is actually Mobile 1. I went round and round with the local dealership (they actually are competitive in price) telling them I wanted Mobile 1 when I changed my oil. But my invoice said "Toyota oil". Well, after discussions with the service tech, the actual tech and the GM, I was humbly informed I was getting Mobile 1 oil. It is private labeled for Toyota.
     
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  11. 24-7

    24-7 Well-Known Member

    Toyota oil with Toyota filter is what I use. 96k miles
     
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  12. tacojoel

    tacojoel Well-Known Member

    I used mobil1 with mobil filters in my tundra for 19 years...engine ran just as strong as new with nearly 300k miles. Will likely continue with mobil1, and oem filters, or the oem motor oil which is suppose to be even better containing more moly additive.
     
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