Oil last forever but oil does get dirty. Synthetic oil like conventional oil does get dirty. You can extend your oil changes slightly if you synthetic oil but no more than two or 3000 miles.
If you drive under normal conditions, I recommend changing conventional oil/filter every 5,000 miles. Blend every 6,500 miles. Full Synthetic every 8,000 miles.
As long as there are no leaks and it never gets low of lubricant modern differentials should last the life of the vehicle. For even more insurance against failure have the lubricant changed at 100,000 miles and install synthetic lube.
Oil does not wear out it just gets dirty. Change it every 7,500 -10,000 miles if you use synthetic depending on how you drive.
They should last 100,000 miles.
There is no real average. I have seen them last 200,000 miles and I have seen them fail in 50,000 miles. I would say they should easily last 100,000 miles or more.
As long as the Engine is Sound and you have no Major Oil leaks. I would consider a Synthetic,to help it last another 160K. Hope This Helps.
It should be changed every 60,000 miles
There is no way of saying for sure. As long as the engine never overheats and you change the coolant every 50,000 miles it should last the life of the engine.
a long fcuking time! seems like hours!
It can last as long as a new one. 100,000 to 200,000 miles
A dodge ram can last up to 200,000 miles. There are many on the road with that many miles still.
All oil should be changed every 1500-3000 miles period except when using synthetic oil then 3000-5000 miles
There is no set life expectancy. Could be 25,000 miles or 200,000 miles.
Yes, that's really too long unless you're using a fully synthetic oil.
Synthetic Mobil 1 oil last in sealed container has a shelf life of five years.
Should last over 200,000 miles with normal maintenance.
It should last up to 300,000 miles if you take nice care of it then it might have some minor problems down the road.
100,000 - 200,000 miles.
Follow the manufacture of your vehicles recommendations. Or change the oil/filter every 7,500 miles.
i don't know how long a water pump should last, but mine just went out on my 2005 TB at 47,000 miles. ugh.
if you drive normally, mostly highway, and not in dusty conditions then I would recommend you change it every 7,000 miles. If you drive mostly city then every 5,000 miles. I do not recommend you use a synthetic blend. Either use conventional oil or 100% synthetic. With 100% synthetic you can go 8,000 miles.
Newer vehicle with electronic ignition probably 100,000 miles
Right now I have a '93 Civic and it runs fine, it has 272,000 miles and as long as you change the fluids and service it it should last up to 400,000 miles
All tires have a stated lifespan. This is an estimate based on normal driving conditions and correct tire pressure. As they say "You're specific mileage will vary"Most inexpensive tires should last 35,000 to 40,000 miles.Most performance tires should last 20,000 to 40,000 milesSome tires can last up to 70,000 miles or more.