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Table A - Arctic Oil Recommendations
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM5-4210-230-14&P-1 LUBRICATION DESCRIPTION LUBRICANT CATERPILLAR Use oils meeting the following engine service classification: SC and SD (MS - Motor Severe Oils) CB (Supplement 1 Oils) CC (MIL-L-2104B Specification Oils) CD or (MIL-L-2104C) Use SAE 10W-30, 10W-40 or SAE 30 grade oils for temperatures above freezing.  Use SAE 10W, 10W-30 or 10W-40 grade oils for temperatures below freezing. Below -23°  C (-10°  F) it may be necessary to warm the oil so the engine can be cranked and oil can circulate freely. CUMMINS Light Service Only Naturally Turbocharged All Natural (Stop-and-Go) Aspirated Diesel Gas Models All Diesel Models Diesel Models Models All Service API Class CC/SC 2/5 API Class CC  1 API Class CC/CD 2 API Class CC 1.85% Maximum 1.85% Maximum 1.85% Maximum .03 to .85% Sulfated Ash Content 3 Sulfated Ash Content  3 Sulfated Ash Content  3 Sulfated Ash Content  4 I API classification CC and CD quality oils as used in turbocharged engines and API classification CC/SC quality oils as used for stop-and-go service are satisfactory for use in naturally aspirated engines. 2 API  classification  CC/SC  and  CC/CD  indicate  that  the  oil  must  be  blended  to  the  quality  level  required  by  both specifications. The range of oil quality permitted by the CC classification is so broad that some oils that meet the classification will not provide  adequate  protection  (varnish  and  ring  sticking)  for  engines  operated  in  certain  applications.    For  example, turbocharged engines require the additional protection provided by the CD classification.  Engines operated in stop and go service require the additional protection provided by the SC classification. 3 A sulfated ash limit has been placed on all lubricating oils for Cummins engines because past experience has shown that high ash oils may produce harmful deposits on valves that can progress to guttering and valve burning. 4 Completely ashless oils or high ash content oils, are not recommended for use In gas engines a range of ash content is specified. 5 SD or SE may be substituted for SC. Operating Temperatures Vs.  Viscosity Ambient Temperatures Viscosity -23°  C (-1°  F) and Below See Table A -23 to -1°  C (-10 to 30°  F) 10W -7 to 16°  C (20 to 60°  F) 20-20W 4°  C (40°  F) and Above 30 CTS-2412S  Page 6 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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