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05/06/2009
How Long to Wait Before Switching New Car to Mobil 1?
Why are there so many opinions when to put Mobil 1 in a new vehicle? It seems like everyone that I ask, and I'm talking about mechanics, have a different opinion on when I can switch from the original...
You can use Mobil 1 as soon as possible.  We recommend you use Mobil 1 0W-20 Advanced Fuel Economy for maximum cold weather protection and a chance to also maximize fuel economy while providing the pr...
04/01/2009
Using 5W-40 Grade Motor Oil Instead of 0W-40 in a Mercedes-Benz
I've been using Mobil 1 0W-40 synthetic oil in my 1992 500E Mercedes for 4 years now and have been told to consider 5W-40 grade for my car. I live in southern California, my mechanic only carries 0W-4...
Both a 5W-40 and 0W-40 will provide the same level of protection at high temperatures, especially if you are using a product like Mobil 1. As far as the 0W versus the 5W, this should not make a differ...
08/19/2008
Is 10W-30 Suitable for Cold Weather Use?
Can I use Mobil 1 High Mileage 10W-30 engine oil for my 100,000-mile car even though the manufacturer of my car recommends 5W-30? I did some research on the internet, and people seemed to say that whe...
Mobil 1 10W-30 will perform at the low temperatures you are likely to experience where you live.
08/13/2008
Any Concerns with Using a 15W-50 Viscosity Motor Oil When Towing a Heavy Load?
I have an '07 Tundra 5.7 I-force. Toyota calls for 0W-20 or 5W-20. My mechanic wants to run 15W-50 since I tow a 7500-lb travel trailer on a monthly basis. I have noticed tapping when the engine is co...
We recommend that you follow your manufacturer's recommended viscosity grade. The engine has been designed hydraulically to handle the 20 grade oil. It will also provide better low temperature pumping...
06/20/2008
Will Switching to a 5W-40 Oil in a Turbo Engine Improve Engine Warm-up Times?
I drive a 2003 MAZDASPEED Protegé 2.0L Turbo MT. It's recommended from Mazda 10W-30 or 5W-30 in very cold temps. I'm using Mobil 1 Supersynth 10W-30 all year round but it takes awhile for the engine t...
We recommend you use Mobil 1 0W-40. It can be used all year round and will provide outstanding low temperature flow and outstanding high temperature protection for your turbo.
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