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Is New Mobil 1 When Installed Clear or Black?
I paid extra for my mechanic to put Mobil 1 in my car and I suspect he used conventional oil. A normal oil change was $29.99 but I paid $150.00 for Mobil 1 full synthetic oil to be put in my 2008 VW E...
Assuming the plug is in place, it is not uncommon for the old oil that is being changed to drip on the suspension when the oil filter is removed. Later this oil can run off the engine or suspension an...
Is There a Mobil 1 SAE 30 Oil that Will Handle Generator Requirements?
I have a Generac 20 KW Natural gas generator with a 36 horsepower V-Twin aluminum engine that recommends SAE 30 Oil for protection from 32° to 110°F. According to my manual SAE 10W-30 only protects fr...
We recommend you use Mobil 1 5W-30. It protects well over a wide range of temperatures and outperforms conventional oils.  
Reducing High Motor Oil Temperatures in a Nissan 370Z
My 2009 Nissan 370Z is running oil temps of 240° to 250°F during normal driving, when air temp exceeds 90°F. Will this damage the engine over time? The dealer uses Mobil oil but a non-synthetic produc...
You can use a premium grade Mobil 1 synthetic oil for this high performance vehicle.  You can see that a number of manufacturers use Mobil 1 as Factory Fill. It will certainly provide a number of perf...
A Non-Foaming Oil for a Pressure Washer Pump
My new 2500 PSI pressure washer pump calls for Mobil 1 20W-50 oil that you no longer make. Can I use Mobil 1 15W-50 instead? It is important that this oil not foam. Thanks
Mobil 15W-50 is the right product to use.
Keeping Oil Pressure Up in a Chevy Truck
My daughter has a '98 Chevy 4x4 truck with 127,000 miles on it. After the oil gets hot, the oil pressure drops to around 20 lbs. She runs 5W-30. Short of rebuilding the engine, would it help to run hi...
It is not unusual for a higher mileage vehicle to run at lower oil pressure and this alone should not be of any concern. This is primarily due to larger clearances due to normal wear and tear. We reco...
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