Can I Use 30W Oil in Place of 10W30 Car Oil?

Answer Cold oil is thicker than warm. The thickness of the oil at engine start determines how well it flows through the engine to protect moving parts. Multiple-grade oils are designed to provide addition... Read More »

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How to Use 10W30 in a Lancer?

The Mitsubishi Lancer is a four-door sedan delivered from the factory with 10W30 oil lubricating internal engine parts. You must know where to place the oil and how much to use when servicing your ... Read More »

Running 10W30 Vs. Transmission Oil?

Transmission oil has detergents in it that have been used in the past to clean engines, but today's 10w30 and other weight motor oils have detergents in them as well. There is no reason to run tran... Read More »

Motor Oil: 10W30 Vs. 5W30?

When it comes to engine oils, you have a variety from which to choose. Which one of these varieties you choose to use is dependent on several factors such as driving conditions, external environmen... Read More »

5W30 and 10W30 Differences?

Motor oil has specific properties for use in your car, boat or small engine. The Society of American Engineers specifies standards for motor oils, and you can tell if a motor oil meets their standa... Read More »