Oil lubricates the moving parts of your engine. It keeps them cool by lowering friction and carrying heat away. It also keeps any grit or tiny particles from scratching tightly-fitted parts.
Heat breaks down oil. It can make the oil gummy or watery (or both), so that it doesn’t lubricate properly. And the longer it’s in the engine, the dirtier it gets.
Replacing old oil with new fixes all these problems. The fresh oil lubricates and cools better. When you flush the old oil out, you also flush away any grit or dirt in it.
Getting your oil changed regularly is probably the single best thing you can do for your engine. To reduce repairs and improve performance, follow your manufacturer’s oil change recommendations listed in your owner’s manual.
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Should I consider using synthetic oil?
Synthetic oil is developed through a chemical process that gives it certain advantages over the traditional stuff. Its lubricating capabilities and higher viscosity index help it stand up to high heat without turning into gel or getting watery. Some blends of synthetic oil are designed for high-performance engines, while others increase gas mileage.
What parts should be replaced?
A standard Oil change will include the replacement of engine oil, and a new oil filter.
How often should I change my oil?
This really depends on your vehicle, driving style and environment. Generic recommendations are every 3000 – 6000 miles. Make sure to check your vehicles manual for specific recommendations.