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|Pour Point, °C|
Oil lubricates, cools, and cleans an engine’s moving parts. Oil is what keeps metal parts within an engine from causing damage when they rub against each other. It cools these parts as the friction heats them up, and oil also collects dust and debris that may get into an engine and it carries that material away to be trapped in the oil filter. Over time, oil will degrade and lose its ability to perform all these functions. That is why regular changes to give your engine fresh oil are vital.