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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-09-2019, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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Oil Report on '17 Pacifica 32k miles

I didn't see to many oil reports listed in my brief search. Just wondered if anybody has had similar results around the same mileage. I am using Quaker State Ultimate Durability 0W-20 and Fram Ultra Synthetic XG11665 filter.
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On a related note, this is the first generation of Chyrsler minivans we have owned that does not require adding any oil between oil changes. Love it!
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On a related note, this is the first generation of Chyrsler minivans we have owned that does not require adding any oil between oil changes. Love it!
Yeah, my memory of my MoPar van with the 3.3L Mitsubishi engine is not so pleasant. It ate brakes as well.

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I didn't see to many oil reports listed in my brief search. Just wondered if anybody has had similar results around the same mileage. I am using Quaker State Ultimate Durability 0W-20 and Fram Ultra Synthetic XG11665 filter.
As @Van Go said, "looks good". Thanks for sharing the info.

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3.3 not a mitsu

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Yeah, my memory of my MoPar van with the 3.3L Mitsubishi engine is not so pleasant. It ate brakes as well.
If your engine was a 3.3, it was a Chrysler built unit. The only Mitsu engine used in Mopar vans was a 3.0- probably what you had. Yes, it was known to be an oil hog due to valve guide problems. An expensive problem to fix, but if new guides were properly done, those engines would run forever. Check the 200,000 mile club at Allpar.
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