Furthermore, bringing in your Toyota to have its oil checked and changed will result in environmental benefits. A greater amount of harmful emissions are produced from old and dirty engine oil, while running on clean oil will mean cleaner exhaust fumes. Fresh oil is less likely to burn and better able to absorb waste particles. This makes frequent oil changes particularly advantageous if you’re driving an older model. The sticker on your windshield can let you know whether you’re in need of an oil change, but there are other factors that can indicate problems. A leak can rapidly rob you of oil, and one can possible damage the engine, so watch out for stains in the garage, driveway, or parking spaces.
You should also be prompted to take your Toyota vehicle for an oil change whenever the low oil pressure light activates on your dash. You don’t just need a healthy amount of fresh oil to circulate through your engine – you also need the correct level of oil pressure for the engine to remain properly lubricated. Remember, a well-lubricated engine runs more efficiently and lasts a lot longer than one that isn’t treated to a reliable flow of fresh, clean oil. Visit Jay Wolfe Toyota of West County so a Toyota expert can check your levels, flush out the old oil, and provide a top-up.
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