I have read the owners manual cover to cover and I don't find any reference
to synthetic oil....also,,here's another bug-aboo. just try to change the
third stoplight bulb.....there's nothing in the manual about it. you can
learn tha hard way like I did. pry the thing up and break the
brackets---OR you can crawl in the trunk and remove two screws that hold
the module to the rear tray!!!
No, there isn't, but it doesn't matter. Synthetic oils are superior to
dino oils, so they're suitable for any application where dino oils are
What is it with people that they can't take a few minutes to examine a
situation before they break out hammers, pry bars and Vice-Grips? Was
changing the bulb so critical that it had to be done RIGHT NOW? Taking
the time to do something right generally saves time and money in the
long run. Rushing rarely results in anything but more problems.
you keep on and you're going to hurt my feelings.
I have changed LOTS of light bulbs there and they always just pry off.
Just like my Elantra does! Some day you're gonna screw up and I'm gonna
go: nya nya nya nya!
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