Hey, guys, there is a fix it. You Need An Oil Change So we’re gonna open up the hood. So engine oil deposits here, it’s usually yellow and labeled engine oil first white. It put it back in ok.
So you can see there’s an L for low, F for flow and the engine oil levels should be in between here closer to the full mark. Right now it’s just above the low mark. So the engine oil is actually pretty low. The color of the engine oil isn’t looking too good, actually. A discolored look. See that at this point, I would recommend an oil change on this car. So I’m going to show you on another car that has clean oil. The difference, what it should look like. As you can see, the two dots, the bottom one, meaning low top on me, high. It’s actually right to the top one. This one is a lot cleaner. On the other cars, you can see that the engine oil level was low on this one. The engine oil level was to the top mark. So two differences between a dirty one is a dark brown color. Can’t see through it too well on a queen engine oil.
It’s more of an amber color and more transparent. So after checking your oil and you do, in fact need an oil change, you can visit our Web site at www.flix.io book an appointment and one of our certified mechanics will come out and do the old train trick.
Some Frequently Asked Questions
- 5 Signs That Indicate Your Oil Needs to Be Change. Fresh, clean oil optimizes your vehicle’s performance by lubricating parts and keeping the engine clean and healthy.
- Dark and Dirty Oil.
- Louder Engine Noise and Knocking.
- Oil Change or Check Engine Light.
- Exhaust Smoke.
- Oil Smell Inside the Cabin.
- Oil Pressure Warning Light. The easiest way to tell if your vehicle is running low on oil is your vehicle’s warning light.
- Burning Oil Smell. If you happen to smell burning oil from inside your vehicle, you should immediately pull over and turn off your engine.
- Clunking Sound.
- Less Efficient Performance.
- Overheating Engine.
The brand of motor oil matters little, but its viscosity grade (10W-30, for example) is important. Use only what the owner’s manual specifies. Using the wrong oil can lead to reduced lubrication and shorter engine life. If the manual says to use synthetic oil, do so.
- Change your oil.
- Keep up on fluid changes.
- Swap your filters.
- Inspect your tires.
- Keep your car clean.
- Stay on top of repairs.
- Store your vehicle in the garage if possible.
- Read your owner’s manual.
If your car’s manufacturer recommends synthetic oil, or if you decide to make the switch, you could go as many as 10,000 miles or more between oil changes. Though synthetic oil is much more expensive than regular oil, it has more benefits.Aug 17, 2018
*The information above does not constitute legal advice or opinion, nor is it a substitute for the professional judgment of a qualified attorney.