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Is 0W-20 Motor Oil Suitable for Use in Hot Climates
Okay, I am having trouble believing that 0W-20 oil is thick enough for the Florida heat (in summer). I have a new Tacoma. I have no problem with the 0W part (cold starting) that seems good but 20 weig...
Mobil 1 0W-20 is certainly robust enough to handle the climate in Florida, but considering there is additional towing involved, Mobil 1 5W-30 can provide the extra viscosity you may need when towing.
Is 0W-40 Motor Oil Suitable for Use in Hot Climates?
Hi, I notice that Mobil 1 0W-40 is recommended for both of my vehicles: a 2000 Mercedes S430 & a 2004 Range Rover. I live in Phoenix, AZ, and obviously with higher temperatures all year round than nor...
Mobil 1 0W-40 is designed to provide protection at elevated temperatures, as well as provide exceptional very low temperature performance. From a viscosity standpoint, Mobil 1 5W-50 would be higher in...
Is Mobil 1 15W-50 Okay to Use in a Ford F-150?
I purchased a 1992 F-150 with a 4.9 I-6. The vehicle has 143,000 miles on it and runs well. The service history shows oil changes that include the use of 10W-30, 5W-30, 10W-40 and 20W-50 but never syn...
In hot climates like south Texas, Mobil 1 15W-50 would be a great choice as it will provide the durability you are looking for. Mobil 1 is an excellent choice for high mileage vehicles. If you want to...
Must 5W-20 be Used in HEMI MDS Engines?
Is 5W-20 still the choice grade for 5.7 HEMI MDS engines under extreme temperatures? The Owner's Manual and related TSBs all state that 5W-20 must be used whereas pre-MDS HEMIs were recommending 5W-30...
We recommend you follow the recommendation in your vehicle's owner's manual. If you are concerned about durability due to higher temperatures, then going to a higher viscosity grade would provide a be...
Does Changing from a Non-Turbo Engine to a Turbo Engine Alter the Oil Viscosity Recommendation?
Hello, I've always been a fan of Mobil 1 fully synthetic but today something really crossed my mind. First off, I drive a Mitsubishi Eclipse with around 90k on the motor. The car is originally non-tur...
A turbo does put extra stress on motor oil but it sounds like you made the right choice even before the turbo was installed. That is, you are already using high quality synthetic oil by choosing Mobil...
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