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If you neglect to change the Oil in your Car, the Oil will Gel or Solidify and eventually turn to Sludge. When the Oil becomes Thick, or Sludgy, it is not able to lubricate all the Moving Parts of the Engine. Some parts that need oil to work correctly are the crankshafts, the bearings, camshafts and the valve train components. Over time your Engine could Overheat, you could Blow a Gasket or your Engine could Seize Up.
Changing your Oil Regularly also keeps your Engine running Clean. With each Oil Change, your Fuel Filter is also changed. A dirty or Clogged Fuel Filter forces debris and grime to circulate back through your car’s Engine. Dirty Oil makes your Engine work harder which in turn uses more Fuel forcing you to Fill Up more often.
Poor Performance, Decreased Fuel Economy or Ruined Seized Up Engines are all problems that you will encounter if you Never Change your Oil. In the long run, it is much more Economical to have your Oil Changed as often as recommended by your Manufacturer. Changing your Oil is the easiest way to keep your car running at it’s peak performance.
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