What You Need to Know About Oil

ChoosingOil
What do those cryptic number-and-letter combos on the oil container mean? Does it matter whether you use 10W-30 or 5W-20? Can your car really tell the difference between conventional oil and synthetic oil? I mean, c'mon, it's engine oil not Cabernet Sauvignon. Fact is: It does matter. Not only can it affect the amount of wear and tear on your engine, if you use oil not recommended by the manufacturer and a problem results, your warranty may be voided. Follow the link below for advice on ensuring your vehicle run like the well-oiled machine it should be.

Choosing the Right Engine Oil

By Matt Schmitz | September 7, 2013 | Comments (2)

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TroyS

If you own a vintage car, you should pay close attention to the oils available today.

@TroyS
Although vintage cars need some extra care yet you must not forget the new cars too. Must take care of all the oiling and oil leaks in the new cars.

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