Oil is vital for your engine, but knowing when something is wrong with it is equally important. Here’s how your car’s oil pressure sensor can help.
Simply speaking, only two-stroke engines need a gas oil ratio, that is, oil mixed in with the fuel.
Running out of oil can cause severe damage to your engine, so it’s important to know how to read an oil dipstick in order to properly care for your car.
There’s no two ways about it; oil really is the lifeblood of your engine. Here’s how to make your next lawn mower oil change a breeze.
Are you an infrequent driver? Do you have a car maintenance schedule? Here are some essential tips for keeping your car in good repair.
More auto manufacturers are tucking oil filters into out-of-the way places. Consider installing a remote oil filter to make routine oil changes a breeze.
Oil life percentage is one of those readouts on a modern automobile that isn’t always so easy to understand. Here’s what it really means.
Have you ever gotten an oil change and wondered, “Can I put synthetic oil in my car?” Here’s why you can and should consider switching to synthetic oil.
Most new vehicles call for synthetic oil year-round, but what about your not-so-new car? Here are the benefits of using synthetic oil for winter driving.
Everyone knows regular oil changes are vital for keeping your engine in tip-top shape, but why? Here’s how the engine lubrication system actually works.