Well, it's going somewhere. Put a piece of cardboard under the car and let it idle for 10 min. Then shut it off and let it sit overnight. You got spots on the cardboard, you're leaking it. Old engines have exhaust gas escaping by the pistons and into the crankcase (called blow-by). Once it gets to the point the PCV valve can't handle it, it pushes out of the various seals on the engine and makes leaks all over. Only way to fix that is rebuild the engine. On the other hand if you don't have pressure coming out of the crankcase, you likely just got a bad seal. The crankcase side of the PCV valve is a good place to check for this. How much is too much? um... if you can feel 'air' out more than it's going in, it's too much. If not, you're burning it. If people honk when they pass you from the cloud of smoke you are leaving, you are buring oil. Possible causes are a badly worn engine with oil rings worn all the way down, or bad valve seals leaking into the exhaust or intake. Common failure point for high mileage cars is the rear main seal. It sounds like a big deal because it is. It's located where the spinning shaft leaves then engine and goes into the transmission and is the largest turning seal in the engine. Replacement requires removing the transmission. Your engine will leak between the engine and the transmission for this one. Enough.
Lots of cars made within the last 10 years use 5w20 weight oil. Always use what the manufacture recommends.
You could use vegetable oil to run your car IF it is a diesel. It is not necessarily greener than diesel fuel due to the energy used to produce and transport the vegetable oil.
what is a good engine oil to use in my car
lots of conditioner and olive oillots of painful combing
You could well use oil in your car as a fuel, (e.g. vegetable oil) - this is basically what biofuels are. The only problem with them is that you need LOTS of plants to generate the fuel, to do this you need lots of land, and that in itself is not entirely eco-friendly. Plus its very expensive.Shame, really.Hope this helps!
you would use 5W-30W have the same car
lots of olive oil
ive been told that after putting synthetic oil in my car i would have to keep synthetics in it
Hydraulic oil does not lubricate properly it has a different chemical makeup and viscosity. I would never do that.
It would depend on the year of the car and engine type.
Yes there is no difference. I would however recommend you use synthetic oil in a motorcycle especially an air cooled one.
You can use plain water to get sludge out of your car radiator. You can use Marvel Mystery oil to remove sludge from the oil pan.
It is important to use the correct oil to keep a car running properly. The best oil to use for this particular car is 5W-30.
Oil. And lots of it. Though they had to be careful to not use so much, or else the Lighthouse would go BOOM.
one quart 10w40 four stroke motorcycle oil. do not use car or truck oil. 10w40 4 stroke oil is car & truck oil which are also 4 stroke engines. You can use the very same oil you use in your car and truck as long as you use the correct weight which is 10w30 and not 10w40. There is no difference in so-called motorcycle oil and car or truck oil. I do however highly recommend you use full synthetic oil in any air cooled engine.
to keep the car going
A diesel engine would use 15w40 a gas engine could use 15w40 or 10w40
Some cars use vegetable oil to run a car. Cars with uncovered sides will break the fuel, spraying people that sit close to the fuel engine. Any car that is a mobile car will use vegetable oil.
oil soap and lots more
No it is not.
a BMW car uses 5W-30 Mobil 1 oil
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on car with 200,000 or and does not oil added after 3000 use 10-30 if car over 200,000 and use oil use striaght oil 30-40 weight
what kind of oil i use for my cerato 2012
No, because the oil is for cars! :-)