Gasoline

13. 10. 21
Last Updated: 21 October 2013

Gasoline: Octane is a number that measures the ability of fuel to prevent preignition or knocking in the engine combustion chamber.  Fuels with a higher number are less likely to cause knocking.  The lower octane fuel also causes higher carbon deposits in your engine.  The higher octane fuel will leave less carbon deposits and extend the life of the catalytic converter and EGR systems.

Engine Oil

13. 10. 21
Last Updated: 21 October 2013

Engine oil is very important to the life span of an engine. Dirty oil will cause premature wear to the moving parts of the engine. Change the engine oil every 3,000 miles for max protection. Use the manufacture recommended specifications for the oil. No not use the manufacture recommended intervals for changing the oil. They want to sell you another car!