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Just bought the car need to know what kind of oil I should use?

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Brandy Schaffels, Editor at AskPatty.com, Inc. You can download a copy of the owner's manual for your 2008 Ford Fusion here https://owner.ford.com/your-vehicle.html Ford recommends using Motorcraft oil and filter because those are the OEM-specified parts. MotorCraft is the name for Ford's specifically-branded automotive products. As long as you are using the correct type (traditional, semi-synthetic, or synthetic) and the proper grade (whatever is recommended for your vehicle), you should be able use any brand of oil in your 2008 Ford Fusion.

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