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► Select engine oil of the proper SAE viscosity number according to the atmospheric

► Select engine oil of the proper SAE viscosity number according to the atmospheric temperature.

► Use engine oil conforming to the following classification: • ACEA classification:
“For service C1, C2, C3 or C4”
• JASO classification:
“For service DL-1”
If those classifications are not available, contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point.

► Use of additives is not recommended since they may reduce the effectiveness Note

► Use of additives is not recommended since they may reduce the effectiveness of additives already included in the engine oil. It may result in failure of the mechanical assembly.

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