What Do Fluids Do For Your Vehicle?

Every modern vehicle has a variety of fluids that help each relative function work in conjunction with one another. Without them, vehicles would not perform nearly as effectively, if not fail to perform entirely. Motor oil is the most popular such fluid in your vehicle. It lubricates metal surfaces that rub together thousands of times per minute and prevent them from failing or becoming damaged.

Oil is squirted between bearings and connecting rods, effectively making what’s known as an oil wedge. This occurs whenever oil is under pressure, causing it to get thinner. Next, further oils becoming thicker. This contradiction is what’s known as the oil wedge, and becomes even more prevalent as our car’s revolutions per minute climb up, up, and away.

Get the help of a professional mechanic in checking and changing your motor oil with our team here at Gordie Boucher Nissan on your side; you can place your trust in us.

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