What type of engine oil does the ST Model take?

Asked by Dec 11, 2006 at 08:18 PM about the 1995 Toyota Celica ST Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What type of engine oil does the engine require? I wan't to do an oil change but don't know what kind of oil to put in my engine!

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For this sporty car I would recommend using synthetic oil. I'm not sure about the exact type - I think it's 10w-30, but am not sure. You may want to call a local Toyota dealer to just ask that quick question.

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Regular 10W/30 is suggested, be careful when using synthetic oil, specialists sugggests that you should not revert back to regular if you ever put in snythetic.

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i have am a proud owner of a celica and i run q-advanced synthetic oil 10w 30 in the summer and 5w 30 in the winter and yes if u do ever switch over to a sythetic it's best not to go back to regular oil and they also make k&n oil filters wich i personally prefer because they trap 99% of debrees and they have a large nut on the head of the oil filter for easy removal i hope this answer helps you out

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