Toyota has been 5000 miles for a long time.Every 3,000 miles is too often for new cars' oil changes | Chron.com - Houston Chronicle
Now the car manufacturers are saying this is a waste of money. What does the warranty require for a 2007?
OK I agree with that, I was thinking of doing my first at 500, then again at 2000, then every 4 to 5K.Yea, that's the first one at 1500 and then 4-5k after that.
Diff is important to do early (front and rear)
I have about 130,000 miles on my old Toyota truck and have NEVER changed the diff oil. Just the engine oil, every 3K.I always change my engine and diff. oil at 1500. I don't care what anyone says...there is crap in there that needs to get out.
Not sure why it's a big deal. It's not like your spending 500 bills.
Yeah, i agree....i think i'll go valvoline synthetic 5w20 if they make it.i wouldnt use that in my truck .. toyota recomends 0w20 and 5w20 for our trucks .. you start sticking that thick oil in a tundra and your fuel mileage will go down and your motor wont have proper lubrication to the main/rod bearings but its your choice ... i will stick to my oem oil and oil filter