Low oil pressure is a dire issue for any vehicle because it means there is a shortage of oil in the engine during operation.
High oil pressure is a big deal. You do not want to drive around when your engine is unable to get enough lubrication it may cause damage.
So what is the normal engine oil pressure? Normal oil pressure depends on a couple of things, including the make and model of the vehicle.
There are a couple of reasons why checking or changing the oil when the car is running is a bad idea, the main is inaccurate readings.
When there is water in engine oil, the additives cannot work to their maximum. Diluting additives and reducing the lubricating effort.
Wondering, “Why is my oil light flashing?” You have come to the right place. Here is what you need to know about your vehicle’s oil light.
At what oil life percentage should oil be changed? In most cases, 15-40%, but there are some factors that you need to consider.
Engine oil is the blood of your car, so to make your life easier here is how to read the oil level on the dipstick of your vehicle.
Before an oil change, you're thinking, “How much oil does my car need?” You are not alone. Fortunately, the answers are always close at hand.