Does motor oil freeze?

Answer It is possible for motor oil to freeze, but the freezing point will vary by type and viscosity of the oil. A typical freezing point for 5W-30 is -30 degrees Fahrenheit; 10W-30 has a freezing point ... Read More »

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Where Are All the Freeze Plugs on a Dodge 360 Motor?

A little known maintenance part on most automobile engines is called the freeze plug. Because water expands when it freezes, in adverse conditions freezing coolant can crack and destroy an engine b... Read More »

How to Change a Freeze Plug by the Motor Mount?

Freeze plugs exist because of the manufacturer's casting holes left over from engine blocks and cylinder heads. They appear as circular holes in the outside of the head or block, and have metal pre... Read More »

How Does Synthetic Motor Oil Differ From Standard Motor Oil?

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What is more powerful for a vacuum cleaner motor a 12 amp motor or a 110 watt motor?

A 110 watt motor is equal to a 1 amp motor... Versus a 12 amp motor, the 12 is more powerful. You've probably confused 110 watts with volts, as a 1 amp motor could not be used in a vacuum (it's too... Read More »