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Question by  Twixx (17)

What type of oil should I use for my Toro lawn mower?

The model is a 22" mower, and I need to replace the oil. How do I do it, and what type of oil should I use?


Answer by  phil9745 (160)

A SAE 30 Non-Detergent motor oil should be used when you replace the oil in most Briggs and Stratton or other lawnmower engines


Answer by  rosslori6 (99)

This is a simple process. First remove the small plug to drain the oil. Place a funnel under the plug to direct the old oil into a container. Then replace the plug and fill it with small engine oil available from the local home improvement or lawn care store.


Answer by  lawnmowerman (94)

remove gasoline from ,you will need to locate the engine drain plug it will be a small plug located either underneath the mower deck on the engine or right beside the oil fill plug or oil fill tube. remove plug tip mower to one side, when drained replace plug refill with nondetergent straight 30 weight motor oil about one quart.


Answer by  joe26 (12)

to change the oit in most toro that is just a home owner type mower is under the lawn mower is a drain plug ,you might have to move the blade are knock some of the grass off to see the plug you need a sae 40 oil with a sf classification

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