what kind of motor oil do I put in my 2002 Kia Sportage?

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Answered: 2002 Kia Sportage

Has it started sounding bad only after the tuning? I would consider taking it for a tune at some other place.

Answered: How do I tune up a Kia sportage

I never tuned up a KIA , but I used this site which have good tune up tips, also you must know your way around the engine so you won't damage anything. http://www.automedia.com/TuneUp/Tips/ccr20050701tu/3

Answered: If you decide to change the oil in your own ...

Professional shops that change oil are required to take used oil from individuals that change their own. They sell it to re-refiners.

Answered: Is Synthetic motor oil better than conventional motor oil for my car?

I use Amzoil in all my rigs. With petroleum based oils you can get about 3,000 miles per oil change. Pure synthetic (Mobil 1, etc) is good for 15,000 miles. The oil itself doesn't break down. The multigrade additive breaks down. It gets thicker as it gets hotter.
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