WHAT DOES SAE MEAN ON AN ENGINE OIL SPECIFICATION?
Established by the north american Society of Automobile Engineers, this acronym classifies lubricating oils by their viscosity, which is indicated by a number. This is the oldest classification of automotive lubricants, defining viscosity ranges only, but does not take into account performance requirements.
IS ENGINE COOLANT REALLY THAT IMPORTANT?
Estimates project that more than 40% of heavy-duty engine repair costs are related to the cooling system. Engine coolant is really a mixture of antifreeze, de-ionized water and additives to keep our engine protected and working well. It’s not just for dissipating energy and keeping cool either; engine coolant ensures that the water in your vehicle’s radiator system does not freeze in winter, or boil and evaporate in summer. Make sure to never mix coolants containing different inhibition technologies and always completely change the coolant during the regular repairs to prevent any engine damage.
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