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Recommended Type of Engine Oil for Aston Martin DB7. How Much Do You Need

Engine Engine code Year Recommended oil How much (L.)
3.2 AJ6HT 1999 Synthetic 5w30 8
1998 Synthetic 5w30 8
1997 Synthetic 5w30 8
1996 Synthetic 5w30 8
1995 Synthetic 5w30 8
1994 Synthetic 5w30 8
5.9 AM2 2004 Semi Synthetic 10w40 11
2003 Semi Synthetic 10w40 11
2002 Semi Synthetic 10w40 11
2001 Semi Synthetic 10w40 11
2000 Semi Synthetic 10w40 11
1999 Semi Synthetic 10w40 11

One of the popular Aston Martin’s engine in 2001 was 5.9 motor. Aston Martin DB7 really needs high quality motor oil. The DB7 housing is ready to take 8 liters of oil. It has model code AM2 and is prepared to work with Semi Synthetic 10w40 type of oil. To provide long efficient work for 5.9 motor in DB7 buy Semi Synthetic 10w40 oil.

  • Some drivers say that 3.2 engine of Aston Martin is eternal in its use.

  • You may keep it in good condition by filling 11 liters of Semi Synthetic 10w40 oil every 7500 miles.

  • So make sure you buy good Synthetic 5w30 oil for motor with code AJ6HT.

  • If 11 liters of oil isn’t enough and you need to add it, drive your Aston Martin DB7 to troubleshooting.

  • You might also note that 3.2 engine of Aston Martin is quite old – it’s year of origin is 1997.

  • You still should buy Synthetic 5w30 oil for it and fill 8 liters.

  • To possess 5.9 engine under the hood of 2002 car made by Aston Martin is really wonderful.

  • The motors with model code AJ6HT produced in 1999 make Aston Martin DB7 powerful but sometimes non-economical.

  • Big power of engine with model code AM2 ensures pleasant drive of Aston Martin DB7 but needs lots of fuel.

Every engine likes to get recommended oil, 1997 Aston Martin DB7 isn’t an exception. With good technical work your Aston Martin with 3.2 motor will be really everlasting. It’s only 11 liters of Semi Synthetic 10w40 oil and your car is safe for 7500 miles.

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