Engine Oil Myths Every Car Guy Needs to Know!


Jozef Snopek
Jozef Snopek

@AMMO NYC If my interval says 30 000 km, but I drive a lot of shorter routes, is it better to change the oil sooner? and how much sooner?

Vor 9 Stunden
pwrshots
pwrshots

so as your engine wears, clearances change and you keep using the same weight oil?

Vor Tag
quey2010
quey2010

So is it ok to put 5w30 in a 5w20 spec car

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Nuwanda84
Nuwanda84

its weird how the total guy at 12:50 mentions 4 car brands and they are all german. doesnt seem to think much of US brands lmao

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Joe Bland
Joe Bland

I have a question for you viewers. Is the mechanic correct who told me my 2002 Camry with 150k+ miles, should use 10w30 instead of the 5w30 stamped on the filler cap, because of the high miles? I also use 100% synthetic oil.

Vor 2 Tage
Bill Bird
Bill Bird

No mention of zinc effect on catalytic

Vor 3 Tage
Anonymous Trucker
Anonymous Trucker

Ok so syrup is crude oil food grade , got it!

Vor 4 Tage
rem
rem

car manufacture said to replace the oil every 6 months is that correct?

Vor 5 Tage
Me ShaneH
Me ShaneH

not a single myth defined or expelled...

Vor 6 Tage
Bubba Ole
Bubba Ole

Did you say food grade? In the same building? Where is the FDA?

Vor 7 Tage
Matthew Eitzman
Matthew Eitzman

No mention of the correct oil filter in long life of a car.

Vor 7 Tage
cool peeps
cool peeps

Can anyone answer this question for me please? As your engine gets older, and the tolerances become larger due to wear, is it wise to use a slightly thicker oil to compensate?

Vor 7 Tage
BurtStnner
BurtStnner

Any advice about all those aftermarket see-foam and other stuff some recommend to use to clean up your transmission gunk and metal deposits? Thanks

Vor 8 Tage
Paweł C.
Paweł C.

Todays cars are not built to last, thats why they recommend oils with less and less additives and ultralight oils like 0W20 or 0W16 to protect the catalytic converters particulate filters and increase fuel economy not the engines!they want to sell not to protect!!! so dont use C3 lowSAPS oils cause they do not protect the engine well

Vor 9 Tage
Emmanuel Ruiz
Emmanuel Ruiz

I sometimes pick up freight from that location. Great video, thanks

Vor 12 Tage
Christian Sanchez
Christian Sanchez

What about oil additives such as lucas oil? Would it be bad to mix it in with the oil recommended?

Vor 13 Tage
Coyote 307
Coyote 307

The chemist is a joke. Full or Fully Synthetic is deceptive marketing language. Full or Fully Synthetic Motor Oil has some crude oil base. The only motor oil that is completely synthetic is labeled 100% Synthetic Motor Oil. As far as I am aware, only Amsoil and Motul sell 100% Synthetic Motor Oil in the U.S.

Vor 14 Tage
John Dee
John Dee

Its very simple to select the right engine oil! The car's manual will tell you or if that's not available, go to an engine oil manufacturer website and type in the car registration into the Oil Selector and they'll quote you the correct grade and specification. Castrol Valvoline Comma Millers Oils Quantum ... and so on!

Vor 15 Tage
Cosimo Kramarawicz
Cosimo Kramarawicz

I use Bertoli virgin light , its alway clean and smells good too.

Vor 16 Tage
ehrthe dher
ehrthe dher

Is it true that motorcycle with wet clutch can't use car oil?

Vor 16 Tage
noblackcrayon
noblackcrayon

what about amsoil 12,000 mile warranty on there oils

Vor 16 Tage
Thomas Donohue
Thomas Donohue

The truth is, oil companies pay car manufacturers to put their oil brand on the oil cap. In modern times all oils are engineered for any automotive engine. Synthetic oil is a big scam. What damages peoples engines is their not getting regular oil changes. 10k miles between oil changes is really dumb no matter what oil you're using. Me personally, I don't change my oil according to miles driven. I change my oil as soon as it becomes dark. In modern engines a lot of the engine emissions are filtered through the engine oil. This breaks down the oil quicker, the oil becomes acidic and contributes to engine wear. They don't tell you, but the whole premise behind synthetic oil is nothing more than better gas mileage. But what good is better gas mileage when you drive 10k miles between oil changes and the oil change costs 200 dollars? This guy might need a special oil for his engine because the engine is air cooled and air cooled engines are garbage. Porsche has been making air cooled engines for decades and they have all been garbage. This is why Porsche has a low resale value. What damages your engine isn't the oil your using it's the amount of miles that transpires between oil changes

Vor 17 Tage
Coleman Adamson
Coleman Adamson

Very little useful info......I mean the counter guy at Advance Auto can tell you everything in this video.

Vor 18 Tage
William White
William White

This video is way too basic. I learned nothing.

Vor 19 Tage
Jordan Thomas
Jordan Thomas

Wow... Haha!!!

Vor 19 Tage
phdfxwg Fischercat
phdfxwg Fischercat

I knew a moron that ran low on oil and didnt have any or money . But he did have a gallon of suntan oil ! That was the end of the 383 in what could be a real nice 69 dodge !!!!

Vor 19 Tage
Sigma Projects
Sigma Projects

At 10:45 it's true that the number 20w-50 relate to viscosity, but they are not viscosity ratings. They are numbers to help buyers with a general idea of what to buy. When something increases in viscosity it becomes more "thick" like you described about the cold vs warm syrup. So when looking at oil labels and you see 20w-50, it's true that "20w" is referring to cold condition, but think more critically about those numbers now using your syrup example. Why would it be less viscous at lower temperature "20" than it would be at higher temperature "50"? That's because those numbers are not viscosity ratings, they are just numbers to help with the idea of a range of viscosity. So when you see a higher number you think it must be more viscous, but don't be mistaken that as the oil warms up that it would be becoming more viscous. You'll find the true viscosity ratings on data sheets provided by the manufacturers and sometimes you'll be surprised to see that some brands 5w-40 may act more like another brand's 0w-30.

Vor 19 Tage
Ray Wideman
Ray Wideman

So, it’s kinda like this, synthetic oils will always give the best protection, this is because of the way there designed on a molecular level, the molecule chains are more uniform, tighter, therefore they resist sheer much better and take longer to break down. They are also designed to absorb contamination (ash, water, dirt particles, etc) thereby keeping the engine cleaner, (this is typically why they allow for a longer drain interval, think of it like this, a conventional oils molecular structure is kinda like a handful of gravel, with the molecules being different shapes and sizes, so they don’t hold up as well/long, synthetic oils molecular structure is like a handful of marbles, all molecules being the same size/shape, and because of this they hold up much longer, and keep your engine cleaner. Then there are the additives. Additives help the oil do everything from change viscosity, to antifoaming, and everything in between Semi synthetic oil is probably the best marketing scheme out there, because there is no government regulation as to what constitutes a “syn blend” oil, oil companies can literally put an eyedropper of synthetic oil in to a 10,000 gallon vat of conventional and call it a blend. Stay away from blends, your just waisting your money, because you cant be sure what you really have. The other trick bag about car manufacturers and oil is a lot of them wont come right and say it requires a synthetic oil. Instead, they say must meet Chevrolet dexos specifications, or BMW 12345677, and so you have to do a little digging to see what really does and does not. You have to be careful with that because car manufacturers/dealers will do anything to avoid honoring a warranty. If you have an engine problem that you think is warranty, the first thing there going to ask for are maintenance records, and if you don’t have them, no warranty, if you have them, but they find you haven’t been using an approved oil, no warranty, on and on and on. This includes vehicles that are recommended for 0-20, 5-20 can void your warranty, so be careful

Vor 20 Tage
ExaltedDuck
ExaltedDuck

We get so fixated on viscosity that we tend not to think so much about thixotropy and surface tension. They're all important to a good lubricant, though. You want to be able to pump it efficiently and have it cling to the surfaces where it's needed and viscosity alone simply doesn't tell us enough.

Vor 21 Tag
Matt Gorgoglione
Matt Gorgoglione

It would be cool if oil can go cold weight - to warm, to super cold 🔧🏁🐲

Vor 21 Tag
jim bob
jim bob

1:10 worst oil filter changing I have ever seen in my life!!

Vor 22 Tage
iroeky
iroeky

Is this video made for 16 year old girls that are stupid as fuck? *Because it felt like it.*

Vor 22 Tage
PhillLsx Ga.
PhillLsx Ga.

You had me until the additives part. The chemist guy in the glasses says use only the oil recommended in the owners manual then proceeds to say use an oil additive, they are real.. Every vehicles owners manual I have ever seen say's DO NOT use oil additives! So what is it buddy? Go by the manual or use oil additives?? If you have money to piss away use an additive. Additives are a gimmick and people Love's gimmicks!

Vor 23 Tage
PhillLsx Ga.
PhillLsx Ga.

Kevin Bresnahan that's all you need. Lots of people are hooked on that Lucas BS! It's a gimmick!

Vor 15 Tage
Kevin Bresnahan
Kevin Bresnahan

No, the chemist was referring to additives that the *manufacturer* adds to the base oils. These include viscosity stabilizers and detergents, to name a few.

Vor 15 Tage
Melihat Yang
Melihat Yang

Use Petronas Syntium

Vor 23 Tage
momo3369
momo3369

My car calls for 5w-30 below 40-50 degrees and 15w-40 in the summer. Or OEM BMW oil which is an arm and a leg. So I go Pentosin/Liquimoly 5w30 in the winter and Mobil 1 15w-50 high zinc in the summer. And I watch my oil pressures and temperatures. Probably overkill on a road car.

Vor 24 Tage
Kevin Graehl
Kevin Graehl

absolute waist of time..

Vor 24 Tage
KRAUSER0130
KRAUSER0130

French oil and German car! *AWESOME* :D

Vor 24 Tage
bobba12300
bobba12300

And what about hydrocracked oil?

Vor 24 Tage
dooseyboy
dooseyboy

This got me thinking about older cars and if there are newer oils that might be better suited than say an oil from 50 years ago and also who's to say that a manafacturer doesn't want your car to slowly deteriorate over time? I wish there was more standardisation and was to be able to self diagnose the best type of oil to use

Vor 24 Tage
Slava Kolesnikov
Slava Kolesnikov

Total uses infenium package of additives: ZDDP, meaning that there is a lot of zinc and calcium in there oils, besides this they do not have real synthetic oils, only hydrocracking base oils are used. As we have seen on your wear and scratches on your crankshaft and camshafts maybe it is better to use another oil, with molybdenum disulfide , in order to avoid this. Use good oils based on PAO with high viscosity, such as 10w60. Hope u don’t use cathalyc converters on the track))) , or do you?

Vor 24 Tage
Slava Kolesnikov
Slava Kolesnikov

+Devin Williams correction now it is molybdenum Dithiocarbamate

Vor 14 Tage
Slava Kolesnikov
Slava Kolesnikov

+Devin Williams sure man! that's is why it it is total engine oil =) they have planned to kill our engines with rust =)

Vor 14 Tage
Devin Williams
Devin Williams

molybdenum disulfide is corrosive and aggressive

Vor 14 Tage
Slava Kolesnikov
Slava Kolesnikov

What about asian cars? Toyota? Mazda? Kia? They do not have any restrictions like vw 502 00:))) in USA it is 0w-20 in Mexico 5w30 just for the same engine pyy1:))) outside this countries you can use anything from 0w20 up to 10w50. It is all about marketing! Fuel economy, ecology-etc

Vor 24 Tage
Vojtěch Šubec
Vojtěch Šubec

Well, everything said is what normal human know, if he is not total baboon.

Vor 24 Tage
TON O'CLAY
TON O'CLAY

You could be the voice over for teddy in bobs burgers

Vor 24 Tage
SirXyloid
SirXyloid

“It has to be an approved oil” lol sure I think I’ll just go to Walmart and pay 20 bucks for oil and a filter

Vor 24 Tage
Franco B
Franco B

What i have to do with used oil ? Where i can take it to don’t damage the enviroment ?

Vor 25 Tage
Juan Gonzalez
Juan Gonzalez

He didn't ask about HIGH MILEAGE !! I'm here with my 99' Tacoma 265k and it's, used/low synthetic oil that needs to be changed.

Vor 25 Tage
Stuff
Stuff

This is a very long ad; anyway who uses Total engine oil?

Vor 28 Tage
MrAlbie1970
MrAlbie1970

I thought this was about engine oil myths . Not a tour of a plant . Change oil every 3 , ooo miles . Done . Synthetic is better done

Vor 28 Tage
Yolanda Cazares
Yolanda Cazares

When my car reached 250K miles,I went from 5-20W to 5-30W. I'm I correct or should I keep useing 5-20W? Opinions please.

Vor 28 Tage
Alex Medina
Alex Medina

so i shouldn't use baby oil anymore??

Vor 29 Tage
Nathan Crane
Nathan Crane

Yea put in wat the owners Manuel I've had better luck running heavier motor oil than wat the manufacturer recommends

Vor Monat
MARIO LUCA
MARIO LUCA

0:19 ho is this Brad Pit Really??

Vor Monat
donovan stagg
donovan stagg

Aside from high performance cars as long as the oil meets api, ilsac and passes the PQIA requirements , cheap or expensive it doesn't matter I used walmart oil in a car I had with over 200k miles and never had a problem

Vor Monat
shuhel miah
shuhel miah

Great stuff, Now i just want to know who makes the best oil for Bmw and mercedes is it really castrol and Mobil or i use the cheaper stuff with the corrects approvals and is it really just as good.

Vor Monat
Philip Seitz
Philip Seitz

Directions weren’t clear -put syrup in my engine. Now it farts pancakes on the way to work -plz help!!!

Vor Monat
Edward Paisley
Edward Paisley

You didn't put it directly from the refrigerator into the engine, did you? You have to heat it in the microwave first... Duh!!!

Vor 19 Stunden
Steve H.
Steve H.

Honda's Full Synthetic is really a repackaged Mobil 1. As related to me by a Service Advisor. I use Amsoil Signature Series. Best bang for the buck. And it exceeds API standards by far!

Vor Monat
Devin Williams
Devin Williams

Amsoil signature series doesn't meet API specs, they just lie about it and say the testing was to expensive, but all their other oils are certified

Vor 14 Tage
WhyAlwaysMe ?
WhyAlwaysMe ?

Guys just use water it's cheaper and if it's good enough to drink it's good enough for your car engine 👍

Vor Monat
Jennifer shannon Henson
Jennifer shannon Henson

Most people will wreck their vehicles before the engine wears out because they cant stay off their F..ing cell phones and pay attention.

Vor Monat
Rikesh Shrestha
Rikesh Shrestha

can 10w50 and 15w50 be used in an engine oil be used in a bike that recommends 20w50??

Vor Monat
Jeffrey Tremethick
Jeffrey Tremethick

You didn't ask what the film strength of your oil is. Film strength is your number one concern. Oil companies won't publish that info.

Vor Monat
Devin Williams
Devin Williams

film strength isn't a major concern at all in an engine, that is the kind of lubrication it encounters.

Vor 14 Tage
bob733333
bob733333

20w is not 'winter'.

Vor Monat
Ian Morrison
Ian Morrison

Very informative but does this guy sound like Kermit the Frog to anyone else?

Vor Monat
Emre Dincol
Emre Dincol

The xW number is not for winter. This number defines the oil viscosity at 40 degrees celcius temperature. It is always preferred to choose first number lower because oil is always thicker than the optimum oil operating temperature, which is 100-100 degrees celcius. When you first start your car all oil is already drained at the bottom of the engine, so to reach the fastest lubrication you need to choose a oil which is least thicker than operating temperature. The second number is defines the oil viscosity at 100 degrees celcius, that is not a number for summer condition. Even if the weather is 10 or 40 degrees celcius your engine still run at defined optimum temperature or when you push your engine hard whether at winter or summer it get even hotter then optimum temperature. So choosing the second number is not related with wether temperature. To choose right second number engine tolerances and engine wear is important. If your engine consumes more than 1 litre at 10.000 km you need to choose one higher viscosity.

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The Black Sheep We Don't Associate With
The Black Sheep We Don't Associate With

Id love to use those jars on the thumbnail as weapons for The Purge. STRAIGHTTEWDEEFAYCE! #POWrightinthekisser

Vor Monat
Jeremy Odell
Jeremy Odell

Flat tap cam engines also require more zinc.

Vor Monat
Carla D.
Carla D.

K

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Lauri Heinonen
Lauri Heinonen

Mobil delvac super 1400 15w40 for my motorcycles and cars 👌

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God's Child
God's Child

my car's owner manual says "A new engine consumes more oil." people say this is not normal, can someone explain why A new engine consumes more oil? the full description is this Engine oil consumption ●The amount of engine oil consumed depends on the oil viscosity, the quality of the oil and the way the vehicle is driven. ●More oil is consumed under driving conditions such as high speeds and frequent acceleration and deceleration. ●A new engine consumes more oil. ●When judging the amount of oil consumption, keep in mind that the oil may have become diluted, making it difficult to judge the true level accurately. ●Oil consumption: Max. 1.1 qt./600 miles, 0.9 Imp. qt./600 miles (1.0 L per 1000 km) ●If your vehicle consumes more than 1.1 qt. (1.0 L, 0.9 Imp. qt.) every 600 miles (1000 km), contact your Toyota dealer.

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Kevin Jones
Kevin Jones

Very good info!

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JFDR0319
JFDR0319

Lol this guy in the lab coat is a bit off.

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Momonti Ego
Momonti Ego

A lot of chit-chat and pretty low density of content.

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Maximilian Schroeder
Maximilian Schroeder

Conclusion: Have a look at the specs (for example 10W-40, semi synthetic), Brand doesn't matter If u Use Racing oil your clutch is going to Slip if the Motor is cold Use normal oil for daily Basis vehicle Only Use racing if u Go full throttle or if u Go on track

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Brian Evans
Brian Evans

Apparently someone thinks I’m wrong but does not want to tell me where. Looking at my reply I can see why someone might miss understand what I wrote. And I’m open to comment. But back it up. And I will back up my knowledge.

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ALM90 Beats
ALM90 Beats

the explanation about viscosity is wrong. the code means. (5w30) Means at operating / hot temperatures. the oil will have a viscous rating of 5 and when its cold / (W)inter, the oil will have a 30 viscous rating. Oil doesn't get thicker the hotter it gets.

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Nicolas Losito
Nicolas Losito

ALM90 Beats wrong

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enemy boat
enemy boat

yes 1 drop thanks to CASTROL . fucking asshole , mobil 1 sued them but castrol won and so they kept selling " fake synt" oil

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jd5179
jd5179

Dont follow OLM , GM f this thing up on V6 3.6l gdi and messed up the timing chain and fouled up the valves . GM made a mistake on their software that controls the OLM and oil life was set too long for oil change. Result? Stretched timing chain and major carbon builup on the valves .

Vor Monat
Michael Williamson
Michael Williamson

Am I the only person absolutely loving the fact that this video is sponsored by O'Reilly's but he's shopping for oil in an AutoZone?

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Coop Crazy
Coop Crazy

A little bit confuse, so 5W-30 specific manual. 5W-50 is better for my engine?

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Nicolas Losito
Nicolas Losito

Coop Crazy no! You can cause damage depending on your main bearing clearances

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K S
K S

"Every car GUY needs to know?" How bout us female gear heads??? Hmmm.... guess were not included

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nikanaughty
nikanaughty

I loose interest when they have safety goggles on to talk to each other.

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Promiscuous Crab
Promiscuous Crab

DONT TALK SHIT ABOUT TOTAL!

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turkeyphant
turkeyphant

Shock horror. Total guy lies about basic science!

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big bob
big bob

So is it okay to go with the lower weight during winter? Or just stick what's in my manual?

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Nicolas Losito
Nicolas Losito

big bob you can go with a lower viscosity but it is not necessary and you might be sacrificing protection to do so

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Paul Mark Feranil
Paul Mark Feranil

Try Pertua sir

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Brian Evans
Brian Evans

This is an oil expert. go back to school. He has it wrong oil does not change in hot or cold temperatures like he is saying. You want the oil stay the same thickness .Its at that thickness that gives your engine its best lubrication. It sticks enough to parts without flinging of but does not give to much resistance to parts touching. Too thin flings off or gets pushed off giving no protection or anti friction. Too thick and it gives to much resistance and then you loose power and fuel economy. And thicker does not necessarily giving the slippage to stop wear. So this is what you need to know. 5w30 The low number is the temperature at which the oil will stay the same .lower than that it thickens. The high number is the temperature at which until that point it will stay the same after that it will get thinner.

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Nicolas Losito
Nicolas Losito

Brian Evans wow there is so much wrong in your statements I don’t know where to begin

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Petko Krushev
Petko Krushev

I think the Total dude and the video is a bit misleading. The part where they speak about the viscosity is true, one is for Winter and one is for Summer, so you should choose what type of oil to put in your car based on your location aaand at the same time, they say, read the owners manual and put what it says, yeah, but BMW puts 5w30 and for example from where I'm from, the 5w is ok, but the 30 is not for the summer.... So if you drive a race car, best you can do is install oil temp/pressure gauge and monitor it ;)

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Kevin Crossland
Kevin Crossland

What about if someone mods their engine? like a racing cam, forged components or boosting it? would you still go off the recommended or would that change?

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Nicolas Losito
Nicolas Losito

Kevin Crossland depends on the application

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TRDSpecs
TRDSpecs

My engine is built and turns out this guy tells you to follow viscosity of the manual which is useless.

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gordan79
gordan79

Largely FUD. Oil changes every 2-3K miles is ludicrously short - modern cars have manufacturer specified oil change intervals of 10-20K miles. Changing decent synthetic oil after a track weekend is also entirely pointless. A race season for most race series is about 20 half-hour track sessions. I normally change fully synthetic oil in my track car once/season. I've never lost an engine due to librication failure. In terms of viscosity, you always want the lowest possible number first, and highest possible number 2nd. Typically this means that if you are willing to spend a fortune on fully synthetic oil, the only options you should consider are 0w40, 5w50 and 10w60. If you have sufficient oil pressure on 0w40 when the engine is as hot as it ever gets (oil can get very hot, up to 120-130C when racing). If you have enough oil pressure on 0w40, use that. Switch to thicker oil until you have adequate oil pressure at idle when at racing temperatures. This is in addition to ensuring the oil conforms to the exact spec required. Obviously, this goes right out the window when you have a completely custom built engine (and as long as you stick with decent synthetic oil, problems are extremely rare). Simples, right?

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coltoncyoung
coltoncyoung

One problem I see as a tech is most if not all modern vehicles require full synthetic. I've seen many use cheap conventional oils and mess up the solenoids, pcv systems, ect. Due to the paraffin in conventionals.

Vor 2 Monate
coltoncyoung
coltoncyoung

+Devin Williams this is why full synthetics don't have this issue they are lab made.

Vor 13 Tage
Devin Williams
Devin Williams

it isn't "parrafin's", oil Is a type paraffin, it is just the oil breaking down and oxidizing

Vor 14 Tage
Spaceman24
Spaceman24

High number = mor thicc

Vor 2 Monate
What a maroon
What a maroon

Myers motors in Ottawa wanted to charge me $1100 to change the oil pan gasket in my Uplander van with a 3.9litre engine. $980 of that was labour and tax. $61 was for the gasket. since it was only dripping 1-2 drops a day, I decided to just keep an eye on the dipstick and add oil whenever it dropped below the crosshatch mark on the dipstick. It has been 3 weeks and the level is still at the full mark. I expect to add a cup of oil every 2 months. $1100 make money project vs 1 cup of oil every 2 months.....tough decision.

Vor 2 Monate
What a maroon
What a maroon

at 2:25 the "expert" says "if the two surfaces were to touch together without oil they would only last about 50 seconds" I disagree, you can run a metal to metal for over and hour without lubrication and the worst case is that the surfaces would become very hot. If they were previously oiled and no new additional oil was added or supplied by lubrication then the engine would run for well over 3 hours.

Vor 2 Monate
97warlock ismyname
97warlock ismyname

If oil on dipstick appears dirty , Change it. If u change it at 1000 miles , withing 3-4 oil changes the interval inbetween will become greater & you wont need to change it as often & can skip all the mumbo jumbo about recommended dates & miles & all that. - Use the recommended viscocity & if it looks dirty,change it . simple my 3 cents

Vor 2 Monate
kbryancourville
kbryancourville

The oil you use has to be approved by your specific automotive company. No, you can actually use whatever you want. If you know nothing about oil then your engine probably won't last long with whatever you choose but if you know oil then your engine will likely last just as long as one with the automotive recommended oil

Vor 2 Monate
Devin Williams
Devin Williams

until you find out you have a problem engine with a hot spot, and than realize Mercedes recommends oils with a low noack rating in their bluetec for a reason

Vor 14 Tage
stratgibson
stratgibson

I use 10-40 mobil in my busa w/ 25k miles no problem,same oil in my zx14r w/7k miles & rod bearing went,looks like the Kawi needs something else,gonna b an expensive fix.

Vor 2 Monate
자동차의 모든 것[ Car & Man ]
자동차의 모든 것[ Car & Man ]

http://youtu.be/TMWW369HhdI

Vor 2 Monate
sarcasmo57
sarcasmo57

Don't talk shit about total!

Vor 2 Monate
MarkyT123
MarkyT123

Great video, very helpful

Vor 2 Monate
mike smidee
mike smidee

W does not stand for winter, it stands for weight.

Vor 2 Monate
Nicolas Losito
Nicolas Losito

mike smidee wrong

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