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Old 15-01-18, 03:16 PM   #1
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I bought some engine oil in June 2017 and used it. Then noticed it expired in July 2017 weird I know but that is fine. But need to use some now about 6 months later. Will it be ok?
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Old 15-01-18, 05:54 PM   #2
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New one on me never knew oil had expirey date if you mean engine oil if its a good brand I suspect Id use it

Curious what other say though
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Never noticed a shelf life or expiry date stated on engine oil, batch code and date of manufacture yes.
I think you will find consensus of opinion is 5+ years for synthetic oils. I can't see them degrading much over time. If it's been stored for sometime best give it a shake incase any additives have settled to the bottom. I would personally use the oil you have without any concerns.
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I agree, especially if it's fully synthetic.
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That's it
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You can just see a date at the bottom. How can I tell weather it's ok?
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