Vw Passat Motor Oil Change Kit - 2008-10 w/ 4 Cylinder 2.0T Engine - 5w40
Product Part Number:
N 908 132 01
06J 115 403J
BLAU® oil change kits consist of everything to perform the highest quality oil change on your VW Passat 2.0T engine.
- BLAU® oil change kit features:
- 5 Liters Of German RAVENOL VMO 5w40 Motor Oil - Approved VW motor oil quality standard 502 00 required for 2.0T gasoline engines.
- 1 Oil Filter (German Mfg.)
- 1 OEM Oil Pan Drain Plug w/ Washer
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Please ensure your vehicle is listed below.
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Note: Blauparts recommends that any vehicle with factory warranty use an oil with formal factory approvals for the required oil specification.
Note: There is a difference between an oil that “meets” an oil specification and an oil that has “approvals” or an approved specification. An oil that has an “approval” has received a formal letter of approval from the car manufacturer that the oil specified can be used in their engines whereas an oil that “meets” an oil specification has not received a formal letter of approval from the car manufacturer.