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Low Temperatures
DateQuestionAnswer
12/19/2007
Is a 15W-50 Oil Too Thick for Cold Temperatures, and Would Mixing with 0W-40 be Better?
I have a supercharged 2001 BMW 330ci with 107,000 miles on it. It has always burned oil, even when new. Now, however, it burns a quart in only 650 miles. I was told I should have been using 15W-50 syn...
New Jersey has cold enough winters that we recommend you continue to use 0W-40 at least in the winter. In the spring, summer and fall you can use Mobil 1 15W-50 and see if this improves your oil consu...
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...
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