Just fill with synthetic next time. it has enough cleaning properties in it to get rid of any sludge that might have already built up.... AND it is a mopar/dealer CERTIFIED fluid to put in the engine.. so you won't be hurting any warrenties or anythingINTREPER said:Do you guys thing that flushing the engine with the BILLSTEIN engine flush system will prevent the sludge from happening?
Why are you talking about the 2.5L V6 in the Probe GT on this board? Oh you mean that 2.7 with the high failure rate... Good luck hombre ... you'll need it!INTREPER said:Oh, and I forgot....Here's to the smartest and strongest little V6 that I know! (takes a shot of home made tequila)
I wouldn't conclude that using Synthetic oil will miraculously rid an engine of sludge.Lafrad said:the best way to prevent those problems in the 2.7 is to goto synthetic oil right away. the main cause for failure is a "sludging" problem, where the regular oil gets all crappy and blocks oil passages/clogs the oil pump.
I read your posts and I'm really sorry that you had to go through that BS. That is very disturbing.skyst3alth said:
If you mean the 2.7, i'll send you the bill when i'm done