Engine OIl

07 Oct

Changing your car's oil at regular intervals isn't just a good idea -- it's a vital part of keeping your car's engine running properly. The purpose of engine oil is to keep the internal parts of your car's engine lubricated and cool. It keeps the moving parts from grinding against each other causing wear and damage.

Without frequent oil changes, dirt and sludge can build up in the engine, and old, dirty oil won't lubricate the moving parts as well as new, fresh oil will. Dirty oil leads to serious damage, and if things get bad enough, there may be an engine replacement in your future.

Motor oil is often referred to as the lifeblood of our vehicles. It performs many important functions.

• It acts as a lubricant for the engine parts.
• It helps protect the emission system.
• It provides enhanced fuel economy.

If you’ve ever taken the time to peruse the array of oils available today at an auto supply store, it can be overwhelming, and if you choose the wrong oil, it can have consequences. It can even damage your car’s engine over time. If you are a person who changes their own oil, always check your owner’s manual before you proceed and make sure you have purchased the correct oil for your particular type of vehicle.

There are three types of motor oil:

• Conventional (75 – 80% of refined crude oil)
• Full Synthetic (Standard base plus additives)
• Synthetic Blend (Conventional and Synthetic)

Getting the correct oil is crucial to keep your vehicle’s engine running well for years to come. 

 Making sure that you changing your oil on a regular basis is the most important routine vehicle maintenance there is.  Properly scheduled oil changes are crucial in keeping your car running properly.  An oil change service is a great opportunity to have other areas of the vehicle checked out as well. 

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