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This sounds like a defective fuel cap. This is a problem with the LX288 / 277 the vent hole clogs and you get a vacuum lock situation. Replace that cap! Also, less likely is sticking valves, which occur when the engine gets hot. Again a known problem with the FH500V engine.
The first number represents the viscosity at low temperature. The second number represents the viscosity at 100C(212F). The W represents winter. The API service classes have two general classifications: S for "service/spark ignition" (typical passenger cars and light trucks using gasoline engines), and C for "commercial/compression ignition" (typical diesel ...
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