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DateQuestionAnswer
06/22/2008
Does Mobil 1 0W-40 Make a Turbo Engine Susceptible to Coking?
With my previous stock engine '01 Miata I used nothing but Mobil 1 0W-40 with completely satisfactory results on the street and track for over four years. I have recently replaced that car with a very...
We would recommend you use either Mobil 1 5W-30, which has demonstrated outstanding performance in the HONDA HTO-6 Turbo specification and is recommended for Honda RDX Turbo, or Mobil 1 0W-40. Your fr...
10/07/2007
Will Using a 0W-20 Oil Help Reduce Valve Noise During the Winter?
I have been using Mobil 1 5W-20 in a 2000 Honda Civic. However, when the weather gets cold here in Wisconsin, the car exhibits quite a bit of valve noise for about 1-2 minutes after starting. I would ...
Using Mobil 1 0W-20 Advanced Fuel Economy for your engine will help to get better cold-start flow.  0W-20 will provide better low temperature performance and should help to reduce valve train noise wh...
07/09/2007
Will Mixing Synthetic with Conventional Oil Cause a Gel to Form?
I mixed Mobil 1 with regular motor oil.  My mechanic told me I should not do this because it forms a gel; is this true? I did it on 3 Honda Accords - a 2003 with 40,000 miles, a 1990 with 201,000 mile...
In general, oils should be compatible with each other. It is not likely that you would form gel by mixing the two oils. However, we would not recommend mixing oils as a general practice because oils a...
05/16/2007
Is the Calendar or Mileage Most Important to Performing Oil Changes?
I have a 2006 Honda Element that I have had for 10 months. I put Mobil 1 5W-20 synthetic as suggested when I had 2,400 miles back in November 2006. I am now coming to 6,000 miles 6 months later. My ma...
Does your owners manual say 10,000 miles or “x” months whichever comes first? If so you may have to follow the time interval rather than the miles. If this is not part of the recommendation, based on ...
12/14/2006
Using 0W-40 Motor Oil Instead of 5W-20
I have a 2004 Honda Accord 2.4L that I recently installed 0W-40 in although Honda recommends 5W-20. With regard to engineering tolerances, I'm skeptical that there could be much difference between Mer...
In general we recommend that you follow the OEM recommended viscosity grade, especially during the warranty period. Although, we think there is very little chance that you will have any issues using M...
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