First, Add Your Vehicle
STP Pro Formula Conventional Engine Oil 5W-20 1 QuartShop All STP
- Protects against the harmful effects of rust and corrosion
- Always refer to your vehicle's owner's manual for information on recommended drain intervals and viscosity
- Meets SN/GF-5 performance requirements
- Reduces engine wear while maintaining fuel economy
STP motor oils used advanced chemical technology to keep your vehicle running for longer. Motor oil is a crucial part of vehicle maintenance, keeping a vehicle’s engine parts properly lubricated and protected against damage. Make sure to choose the right type of oil for your vehicle.
Mixture of base oil and additives that lubricates, cleans, and protects the engine; less expensive than synthetic oil.
Provides superior lubrication, withstands extreme heat, and extends oil change intervals.
Made to provide extra protection for older vehicles with over 75,000 miles; available in conventional, synthetic blend, or full synthetic.
An oil change is simple with the right tools, parts, and products. Use this checklist to make sure you're ready to change the oil in your car, truck, or SUV.
Save your oil, save the planet.
Did you know? In 2021 alone, AutoZone recycled 12 million gallons of motor oil.
During your next oil change, collect used oil in an oil drain pan. Don’t forget to empty the used oil filter too.
Transfer the oil in the oil drain pan to a transport-friendly container. Be careful to not mix the used oil with any other fluid.
Bring your used motor oil to your local AutoZone.
HOW TO CHANGE YOUR OIL
Follow this step-by-step guide to do the job with confidence
DOES MOTOR OIL EXPIRE? KNOW WHEN TO CHANGE YOUR OIL
Ensure that your engine is properly protected
HOW MUCH OIL DOES YOUR VEHICLE NEED?
Optimize your engine performance with the right amount of oil
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