VW UP... synthetic oil problems

Asked by Canario22 May 23, 2018 at 06:43 PM about the 2015 Volkswagen Eos Executive SULEV

Question type: General

I recently changed to fully synthetic oil, and now
the oil light keeps coming on when I am driving
slowly, my only thoughts are it is so thin that the
pump isn't registering or pumping a sufficient
amount of oil, I have drained and checked the level
twice already...help!

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If you read your owners manual I would bet it specifies full synthetic. Use what ever is spec'd, Do have a mechanic check out your oil pressure before driving it anymore.

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