Honda S2000 Oil Capacity


honda s2000 oil capacity

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Please take good care of your S2000, keep it by your side for long and enjoy it from the bottom of your heart.

And share the quality and legacy of the S2000 with many friends so that the legend of the S2000 will continue for long.

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 Honda S2000 oil capacity and oil change interval

Engine Oil capacity / Filter capacity Recommended oil type Oil change interval
F20C1 S2000 (AP1) 4.8 L 5.07 US Quarts / Filter: 0.3 L 0.32 US Quarts 0W-40
5W-30
5W-40
5W-50
10W-30
5,000-10,000 km (3,000-6,000 miles) or 12 months

How to change the motor oil in Honda S2000 1999-2003

Tools needed

  1. Fast Lift Service Jack 
  2. Jack Stands 
  3. Gloves 
  4. Oil Drain Pan 
  5. Wheel Ramps 
  6. Oil Filter Wrench 
  7. Oil Funnel 
  8. 18 mm Socket 
  9. Socket Set and Ratchet 
  10. Oil Drain Plug with Gasket 
  11. Oil Filter 
  12. Motor Oil for Honda S2000
    Bestseller No. 1
    Castrol 03093 GTX 10W-30 Motor Oil, 5 Quart
    Superior protection against engine sludge* *As measured in the Sequence VG Sludge test; Advanced protection against viscosity and thermal breakdown
    $18.92
    Bestseller No. 2
    AmazonBasics High Mileage Motor Oil, SN Plus, Full Synthetic, 10W-30, 5 Quart
    High resistance to viscosity and thermal breakdown; Helps to fight volatility burn-off to minimize engine deposits and exhaust emissions
    $24.99
    SaleBestseller No. 3
    Valvoline High Mileage with MaxLife Technology SAE 10W-30 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil 5 QT
    Seal conditioners rejuvenate aging engine seals to help stop and prevent oil leaks; Extra wear protection helps prevent future engine wear
    $17.47
    Bestseller No. 4
    Castrol 03129C EDGE High Mileage 10W-30 Advanced Full Synthetic Motor Oil, Black, 5 quart
    Titanium strong for maximum engine performance in vehicles with over 75,000 miles; Maximizes short and long term engine performance on high mileage engines
    $24.97

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Honda S2000 oil capacity

honda s2000 oil capacity

Engine Oil capacity / Filter capacity Recommended oil type Oil change interval
F22C1 S2000 (AP2) 4.8 L 5.07 US Quarts / Filter: 0.3 L 0.32 US Quarts 0W-40
5W-30
5W-40
5W-50
10W-30
5,000-10,000 km (3,000-6,000 miles) or 12 months

How to do an oil change in Honda S2000 2004-2009

Tools needed

  1. Fast Lift Service Jack 
  2. Jack Stands 
  3. Gloves 
  4. Oil Drain Pan 
  5. Wheel Ramps 
  6. Oil Filter Wrench 
  7. Oil Funnel 
  8. 17 mm Socket 
  9. Socket Set and Ratchet 
  10. Oil Drain Plug with Gasket 
  11. Oil Filter 
  12. Motor Oil for Honda S2000
    Bestseller No. 1
    Castrol 03093 GTX 10W-30 Motor Oil, 5 Quart
    Superior protection against engine sludge* *As measured in the Sequence VG Sludge test; Advanced protection against viscosity and thermal breakdown
    $18.92
    Bestseller No. 2
    AmazonBasics High Mileage Motor Oil, SN Plus, Full Synthetic, 10W-30, 5 Quart
    High resistance to viscosity and thermal breakdown; Helps to fight volatility burn-off to minimize engine deposits and exhaust emissions
    $24.99
    SaleBestseller No. 3
    Valvoline High Mileage with MaxLife Technology SAE 10W-30 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil 5 QT
    Seal conditioners rejuvenate aging engine seals to help stop and prevent oil leaks; Extra wear protection helps prevent future engine wear
    $17.47
    Bestseller No. 4
    Castrol 03129C EDGE High Mileage 10W-30 Advanced Full Synthetic Motor Oil, Black, 5 quart
    Titanium strong for maximum engine performance in vehicles with over 75,000 miles; Maximizes short and long term engine performance on high mileage engines
    $24.97

One of the most basic DIY projects for any car owner is changing their own oil.There is a lot of debate among people whether or not the cost to have it done professionally is worth it.

I cover a lot of the reasons you may want to do it on your own in my previous blog about how to turn off the service light, but the ultimate reason I do it myself is that I prefer to use a specific brand of high performance synthetic oil in my car.

Last update on 2019-12-15 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Dan Hoffman

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