Oil Change

Oil should be changed for several reasons:

Oil will break down chemically over time and lose its lubrication properties. All oils “thin out” with time and lessen their ability to lubricate. Hot climate accelerates these changes. Oil undergoes thermal breakdown due to high operating temperature. When this occurs, the oil becomes less effective as a lubricant. And without a good lubricant, parts of the engine rub together and wear each other out.

As engine wears, small pieces of metal, rubber, and plastic that are part of the engine end up in the bottom of the oil pan. This will eventually damage the engine and thus alter its performance and life span.

Oil can absorb water, dust and combustion byproducts and also hold them in suspension. Eventually, the oil gets saturated with this stuff and can’t absorb any more. Then that stuff remains in the engine and can cause corrosion.

When you change your oil your not only changing the lubrication but also your getting rid of all the “crap” that gets dissolved in it, even if the oil itself is still chemically OK.

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