What type of oil?

Asked by Jun 01, 2017 at 07:56 PM about the 2004 Dodge Viper 2 Dr SRT-10 Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What type of oil is used in the 2004 Dodge viper? The
manual says 10w30 and the cap says 0w40 called the
dealership they said they would put 10w30 but then I bear
0w40 is what's recommended by viper engineers my... So I
go with the 10w 30 and now I have really noisy lifters would
I harm anything by going with 0w40?

5 Answers

76,335

No harm to use the 0-40 weight oil. Sounds like that is recommended anyway.

21,115

Main thing is changing the oil & filter before it gets dirty.

25

Mobil 1 Synthetic

15

Like @rowefast said, just consider your kind of weather on your area. If too hot = go a bit more viscous, too cold = a bit more lighter, but always ALWAYS use synthetic.

580

All dodge v8 and v10 have to run synthetic oil. They recommend red line synthetic but you can use store brand synthetic with close or to the same viscosity index. Seen brand new 5.7, 6.1 and 6.4 with lifters tapping because of standard oil.

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