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What Drain interval is Recommended for National E Oils?

We Recommned you to adhere to the Opearting mannual else seek advice of trained personnel at the car service station


My current engine oil has become darker much faster, as compared to the earlier engine oil which I had used earlier? Does this mean that the earlier lubricant was better than current one?

Good oils scanvenges the engine of the soot and other products of fuel combustion, which tend to colour the oil with that of the colour of soot which is black in colour and other wear which also are Greish black. Thus if an oil turns to this colour its perfomance is credible and keeps the engine fit for the service.


My engine oil looks thin as compared to the earlier engine oil. If I use it my engine will seize.

Please note that Multigrades oils would always apper thinner to that of MonoGarde oils, it would be advisable to check the Grade that you go in for your Vehicle and also adhere to the recommendation of the Manufacturer.


Is a thicker engine oil better than a thinner engine oil?

Not necessarily. Major wear happens to your engine during the 1st 30 seconds of starting during the morning,as the system is devoid of any oil. The thicker the oil, the more time it takes to run thru the system, and more the damage to the engine. Always go by the recommendation of your vehicle manufacturer, as they know the best. In case you face problems, contact the Service station for further advise.


Do I have to change the lube filter along with every change of lube oil?

Lube oil filter prevents the contaminated oil from entering the engine system accidently, and it is recommended that it be changed along with lube oil change.


I only need to bother about my engine oil, and it is OK if I don't change my transmission and gear oils?

Please do insist on the 4 point check up at the service station which are vital for the healthy running of the Vehicle - The Engine Oil, Gear Oil, Clutch, Brake oil and the coolant.
The basic funciton of gear oils is for right transmission of power to the drive ends, its always recommended that Gear oil, cluth fluid etc be changed in accordance to vehicle manufacturer else on the advice of trained service professional at your vehicle service station.