Vehicle owners typically change the motor oil every 5,000 miles or every six months, whichever comes first. Newer vehicles require oil changes every 7,500 miles or every six months. Vehicle owners can consult their owner... More »

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Change the oil of a car by first jacking up the car, setting the jack stands in place and lowering the car. Then, remove the drain plug, get the old oil flowing, remove the oil filter, and install a new filter before fin... More »

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Most oil changes require 4 quarts of oil, but the exact amount depends on the specifications of the vehicle. It is best to consult the owner's manual in order to determine the size of a vehicle's oil reservoir. More »

Synthetic motor oil offers a far superior level of efficiency and durability for an automobile's engine in comparison to conventional motor oil. Where conventional motor oil is a derivative of petroleum, synthetic oil is... More »

To remove motor oil from concrete, first determine how long the oil spot has been on the concrete and then use the appropriate substance to clean it off. Motor oil can be removed through chemical methods or concrete clea... More »

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The API rating system for motor oil grades oil based upon its performance in a variety of tests that determine its suitability for certain kinds of engines. The American Petroleum Institute uses its Engine Oil Licensing ... More »

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Motorcraft is a division of Ford Motor Company that produces motor oil, auto parts and other vehicle accessories. Ford originally launched Motorcraft in the 1950s, but it was discontinued between 1961 and 1973, until For... More »