Posted by McNally on December 4, 2021. It is time for you to change your oil. You should always drive between 5,000 and 10,000 miles. You will have problems with the engine if you do not change the oil type. The 2013 vw jetta tdi oil type is 5w30 or 5w40. Table of contents.
FAQ 2013 jetta tdi oil type
How much oil does the 2013 VW Jetta take?
You need to do an oil and filter change every 7,500 to 10,000 miles. The cost of a change is anywhere from $40 to $50 in labor costs with extra for parts. The 2013 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0L motor oil capacity is 4.9 US quarts (4.6 liters).
How to change the oil in a VW Jetta?
Allow your engine oil to warm up. Drive your VW Jetta for approximately 5-10 minutes, allowing the old motor oil to warm up for optimal oil flow and thorough drainage. Open your hood. Locate the oil fill cap and loosen it. Do not remove it.
What type of oil filter do you use on your Jetta?
I use on Pentosin Super Performance III and a good quality oil filter such as Mann or OEM on both my 09 jetta tdi and 15 golf tdi. I also agree with Ol’Rattler with changing oil at 10k miles. If your concern about the oil interval change you can get your oil analysis performed by Blackstone Labs and see what their recommendations on the oil.
What kind of oil does a VW TDIs take?
505.00 oils (for rotary pump TDIS) have the widest viscosity ratings of VW oils, and include 0W30 and 0W40. Although 5W40 oil is most popular in this category, many owners in cold climates like using 0W30 or 0W40 in winter.
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