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What type of oils are utilized in a 1991 Toyota pickup?

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A 1991 Toyota pickup with a 2.4L I4 engine, requires 10W-40 oil. The truck's owner should change the engine oil every 3,000 miles, though this number can vary based on operating conditions, mileage on the truck and driving habits.

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To change the oil in a 1991 Toyota pickup, the owner needs 4.5 quarts of 10W-40 engine oil. Synthetic oil is best, and if the car has a lot of miles, high mileage formulas are available. Changing the oil also requires an oil filter, funnel, oil filter wrench and a 14-millimeter box end wrench. An oil drain pan is also a good idea.

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