|Engine Model||Oil Type||Oil Capacity with Filter (quarts/liters)||Oil Filter|
|3.5L V6||Synthetic Blend 5W-20 or Full Synthetic 5W-20||6.5||Motorcraft FL-820S|
|3.5L V6 EcoBoost||Synthetic Blend 5W-30 or Full Synthetic 5W-30||6.5||Motorcraft FL-820S|
What kind of oil does a 2010 Ford Edge need?
The 2010 Ford Edge requires an SAE 5W-20 or 5W-30 engine oil that meets the Ford specification WSS-M2C945-A. A few oil brands that are suitable for the 2010 Ford Edge include Mobil 1, Royal Purple, and Valvoline.
The oil capacity for the 2010 Ford Edge with a filter change is 5.0 quarts (4.7 liters).
How often do you change the oil on a 2010 Ford Edge?
The recommended oil change interval for a 2010 Ford Edge is every 7,500 miles or 6 months, whichever comes first, under normal driving conditions.
Not changing the oil in your vehicle on time can lead to several consequences, such as:
- Engine wear and tear: Dirty oil can cause friction between metal parts, leading to increased engine wear and potential damage.
- Engine deposits: Over time, contaminants in the oil can form deposits that can clog oil passages, reducing lubrication and potentially causing engine damage.
- Poor engine performance: Old, dirty oil can reduce the engine’s efficiency, leading to a decrease in performance, fuel economy and power.
How much will it cost to change oil and filter on a 2010 Ford Edge in the US?
On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from $99,5 to $151 for a standard oil change at a dealership or professional service center.
The price depends on the type of engine you have and oil you choose.
You can save money by changing oil and filter by yourself.
How to change Oil in 2010 Ford Edge