For the 2014 model year Jeep Grand Cherokee we have found 8 trims and their corresponding recommended oil type. Click on the name of the trim to open up the panel and learn more about the oil type, volume and change period.
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What kind of oil does the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee take?
Jeep recommends using only engine oil licensed to the proper SAE viscosity grade of 5W-20 for the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.6L and 5.7L i Engine oil capacity is 5.9 and 7.0 Quarts.
What kind of oil does a diesel Jeep have?
The diesel Jeep has a DPF! Previously the oil used was Mobil 1, a low ash DPF compatible oil. I have tried to contact FCA on two occasions regarding why they are using non-compatible oil and what harm it is doing to the DPF, without response.
What kind of oil does a 2016 Chrysler EcoDiesel take?
This kit includes an oil filter and 8 quarts of factory approved oil. ** NEW OIL REQUIREMENT – as of July 2016 Chrysler now requires oil that meets MS-10902/Cummins 20081 for the Ecodiesel. ** Read More… Recommended Add-On Items…
What kind of oil to use in my Chrysler?
The pennzoil ultra is Chrysler ms-11106 compliant so that’s what I am going off of. From the diesel supplement to the owner’s manual… “We recommend you use ACEA C3 5W-30 engine oil meeting Chrysler material standard MS-11106 or Penzoil Ultra Euro L full sythetic 5W-30 motor oil.”
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