Can i use 10w40 fully synthetic oil in my Audi A5?

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  • Can i use 10w40 fully synthetic oil in my Audi A5?


Answer #1 | 11/12 2013 07:46
I would ask the age of your audi. Have you used synthetic oil in this car previously? If so I would think 10w40 would make no difference. It's your call though.
Answer #2 | 11/12 2013 09:40
if the oil container's label says 'for racing use only.' Do not use it. Follow the manufacture's recommendations [ owner's manual ].
Answer #3 | 11/12 2013 11:15
That car comes with lots of different engine options and you have not said which Different ones need different oils sometimes
Answer #4 | 11/12 2013 16:22
all audis need synthetic oils , 5-40, 5-50 , 10-40 are all ok
Answer #5 | 13/12 2013 17:07
For a Audi A6 with Pump Deuce (PD) on a fixed service (2000 2005) 5w-40 fully synthetic diesel (VWG 505.01) or variable service (2000-2005) 5w-30 fully synthetic (VWG 506.01/507.00). The specification of oil that you require for your vehicle is a 5W30 meeting the ACEA C2 specification. Unfortunately we don't currently carry this product but it might be worth looking again in the future. For More information you can visit also our website
Answer #6 | 12/12 2013 12:07
Needs to be a European spec oil such as a 502.00 spec oil. The best oil you can put in there that will STICK around is the European spec 5W40 oil from Amsoil.

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