Did you know that if you put too much oil in your car after a change, certain sections of the crankshaft can dip into the oil and introduce air to it, which will cause foaming and fluctuations in the oil pressure. That is just one of the mistakes that you can make when you are changing your own oil. You can avoid that one in particular by utilizing a dipstick, which is a tool used to check the level of the oil in a part of the motor that would otherwise be inaccessible. However, you really need to know about engine oil in order to change it properly.
The SAE or Society of Automotive Engineers has actually established a grading system for the classification of motor oils, and it numerically compares them according to the characteristics of their viscosity. And that is only one of the many Read More