Car Oils And Fluids

Dec 10, 2018
Why Does My Oil Smell Like Gas?

Your car has a few key fluids in it, but the two main ones are gas and oil. Normally, these two fluids don’t mix very often. Sometimes, they do and it is okay, but most of the time if they are mixing in large quantities, then you have an issue. That is why in this […]

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Oct 31, 2018
Can Changing Transmission Fluid Be Bad For Your Transmission?

Your car’s transmission is responsible for taking the power from the engine and transfer it down to the wheels. It may sound like a simple process, but modern transmissions are a complex piece of modern engineering. Much like your engine needs oil to help lubricate and keep the temperature down, so your car’s transmission. Without […]

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Aug 4, 2018
What Happens When You Run Out Of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)?

If you own a diesel truck or vehicle, then not only do you have to worry about keeping diesel in it for it to run, but you also have to stay on top of the diesel exhaust fluid. It is essential to keep the liquid filled because it has an important job and the consequences […]

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Jul 20, 2018
What To Do When Frozen Windshield Wiper Fluid

Have you ever had tour windshield wiper fluid frozen in the winter? Well, it can be annoying when that happens, but can also cause more damage then your car then you might think. Since liquid expanse when it freezes, it can cause damage to components under the hood of your car. Read on to learn […]

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Mar 6, 2018
What Happens If You Overfill Engine Oil?

Have you heard the phrase: “Too much of a good thing is never good?” Well that’s certainly true when it comes to overfilling your car’s engine oil. There is a reason why auto manufacturers recommend a specific amount of oil needed for each engine. Putting too much oil in your car’s engine can cause several […]

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Sep 28, 2017
What Is Different Between 5w20 vs 5w30? Which Is Better?

When the time comes to purchase a new car, there are going to be a number of questions. One of them is 5w20 vs 5w30: which is better? The formula of XwY in relation to automotive oils is centered around weight, and how smoothly the oil flows through the engine at different temperatures. Let’s take […]

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