What Kind of Oil does a Lawn Mower Use?

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A lawn mower usually uses S.A.E. 30, non detergent oil. You can usually find this at an auto parts store. Like, Auto Zone and Discount Auto Parts.
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Clean the outside of the lawn, tilt the lawn mower back, locate the oil plug and drain hole, place the oil pan under the plug, remove the plug and wait for the oil to drain, put the
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10w30 oil is what is recommended.
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Check your owner's manual. Most will use an SAE 30W oil, but your options vary
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