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How to Change Oil: A Complete Guide

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Time Required: An hour or less DIY Difficulty: Beginner Savings: $20-$60 every 3-6 months compared to getting an oil change at the shop If you want to save money on car care, learning how to change your car’s oil is a great place to start. Not only does this relatively simple job require few parts and […]

How Much Does an Oil Change Cost? – 2023 Price Estimates | FIXD

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The Average Oil Change Cost Is $40-$120 at the Mechanic versus $25-$60 to DIY. This price range is based on national averages for all vehicles and does not factor in taxes, fees, or your particular make and model. Related repairs or maintenance may also be needed. For a more accurate estimate of oil change cost based […]

Synthetic Vs. Conventional Oil

Have you ever walked into the repair shop for an oil change and been offered a more expensive synthetic oil, but weren’t sure if the extra cost would be worth it? If so, you’re not alone. According to a AAA nationwide survey, 44% of drivers are unsure or skeptical that synthetic oil is actually better […]

Why Is My Car Burning Oil?

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Having trouble keeping your car’s oil level optimal? Sometimes higher mileage cars can start having issues maintaining a sealed system. Oil is circulated throughout your car’s entire engine. If you want to know more about what oil is doing in your engine, check out our previous post HERE. When I say, “sealed system”, I’m referring […]

Engine Oil Weights & Viscosity

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Have you ever wondered what the difference is between 5w30 and 0w20? Or what would happen if you used the wrong oil in your car? These numbers are the viscosity grades of oil at low and warm temperatures and can have devastating effects on your car if you use the wrong one! There are two […]

How to Check Your Oil

Reading Your Dipstick Making sure that your oil level is adequate is extremely important because oil is the lubricant of the engine so that it doesn’t burn up the engine due to all of the friction and heat from the operating engine. If your engine oil is dirty or smells like gasoline when you pull […]