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Oil Changes: Why Is It Important?

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Getting their oils changed seems to be present on everybody’s to do list. This makes sense as it could be one of the most significant ways to extend the life of your car. Oil change is also beneficial as it helps reduce the risk of engine problems. To help you understand the importance of having your car’s oil changed regularly, we have compiled a list of benefits that you can get out of it.

Clogged filters

Getting an oil change means that you’ll also get a new filter. The filter is designed to keep the sludge from getting to your engine. Over time, it becomes clogged due to combustion sludge, dirt and old oil. As a result, lesser amount of good oil gets to the engine.

Corrosion

Aside from the sludge, oil could also accumulate debris such as dust, dirt and water. This debris could corrode your engine. Through oil change, the debris shall be cleaned out.

Oil stress

Oil experiences a thermal breakdown due to the high operating temperatures. This breakdown has an effect on the oil’s lubrication. As the oil’s lubrication wears down, some parts of the engine begins to rub against each other; thus, reducing the lifespan of your engine.

Leaks

Some cars may leak coolant or gasoline into the oil over time. While this incident is rare, you won’t be able to tell if this is actually happening unless you get an oil change. Leaks are a serious problem as it could contaminate your oil and eventually damage your engine.

Combustion gunk

Combustion gunk could make your car run less efficiently. Also, this can do serious damage to your engine. Combustion gunk occurs when there is an excess build up of corrosive byproducts in your oil. If left for a long period of time, it may cause your engine to overheat; thus, resulting to a new problem and an expensive bill.

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Address: 4939 Broadway Street
Boulder, CO 80304

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