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Address Conflicting Advise on Whether Mobil 1 Extended Performance Can Be Used in Diesel Engines
The Mobil 1 Extended Performance oil quart bottle has written on it for GASOLINE ENGINES ONLY. But on the website it says can be use in diesel engines that meet the requirements. Is that statement cor...
Since Mobil 1 Extended Performance meets or exceeds the most current requirements of the International Lubricant Standardization and Approval Committee (ILSAC) for gasoline engines, the bottles carry ...
If Towing Prevents the Use of Mobil 1 5W-20, Identify the Correct Oil
I just purchased an '06 Ford E450 motor home with the V10 engine, I noticed on the back of the Mobil 1 5W-20 synthetic it said that it was not good for towing. I use 5W-20 in all of my trucks.  What s...
The comment indicating the Mobil 1 5W-20 is not recommended for towing refers to our Mobil 1 Extended Performance 5W-20 product with extended oil change intervals of 15,000 miles. ExxonMobil does not ...
Explain Discrepancy in Claims on Mobil 1 Synthetic ATF Bottle Labels
I have a bottle of Mobil 1 Synthetic ATF that states it can be used in place of all Chrysler Group ATFs and another that does not. Also some bottles on the shelf have Mercon V on the front and others ...
Labels may vary over time to reflect the latest specifications and to offer our customers the most updated information regarding our products. Currently our Mobil 1 Synthetic ATF is suitable for use i...
Does Mobil 1™ Extended Performance Result in More Engine Wear as Amsoil Claims?
Amsoil has recently published a study showing that using Mobil 1™ Extended Performance 5W-30 results in more engine wear than even some conventional 5W-30 motor oils. Can this possibly be true? (It is...
That is a misleading claim. Some companies use meaningless bench tests to demonstrate superior performance. Although bench testing may be used in industry engine specifications, they are rarely used a...
Will Mobil Oils Continue Providing SL Rated Protection
API SM appears to be a step backwards in regard to engine wear. Will Mobil oils continue with SL rated protection in its oils? Many now have SL off their bottles but show SM.
Yes, all our motor oils that are providing API SM quality level are also backward qualified for earlier service categories such as API SL, SJ, etc.
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