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Is Warranty Impacted by Using Mobil 1 Extended Performance?
My 2009 Z06 Corvette GM manual recommends Mobil 1, 10.5 quarts of 5W-30. Will there be any warranty issues if I use Mobil 1 Extended Performance 5W-30? Are they interchangeable? What are the 'pros' an...
There are no warranty concerns with switching to Mobil 1 Extended Performance 5W-30, provided you continue to follow the guidance in your owner's manual for the appropriate oil drain interval.
Is Mobil 1 Synthetic ATF Too "Slippery" for Synchros
I recently purchased 4 quarts of Mobil 1 Synthetic ATF multi-vehicle formula for my 55,000-mile Corvette 6-speed manual transmission. When I took the car to my well-known Chevy dealer to replace the t...
It depends on the year of your vehicle. For late model Corvettes we recommend Mobil Dexron VI ATF which is specifically designed for late model GM vehicles. For all other model years, Mobil 1 Syntheti...
ATF Replacement for Older Corvettes
Hi. I am the owner of a 1994 lt1 6-speed Corvette. I'm also a member of a very large Corvette forum. We in the C4 (84-96) Corvette community have a rather large issue involving the fluid in our 6-spee...
Sorry, but we do not have a product for this very specific application.
Best to Change Motor Oil in the Spring or Fall?
I have a 2007 Corvette and use Mobil 1. I typically change the oil in the spring, drive 3,000 miles during summer and then store it 4 months in winter. Question - would it be better to change the oil ...
We recommend that you continue to do what you are doing. During downtime in the winter, some moisture could be accumulating in the oil and since the car is not used and warmed up it would not be drive...
Correct Motor Oil Viscosity for Cars with Hydraulic Lifters
Will your Mobil 1™ 15W-50 give my '67 Corvette and my '62 Skylark with a recent rebuilt engine the proper lubrication for the hydraulic lifters sliding on the cam?
The short answer is yes. Mobil 1™ 15W-50 has a higher level of phosphorus (zinc) preferred for older sliding valve trains in higher performance vehicles.
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