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Do I need to change my oil if it's at 60% oil life?

You don't necessarily need to change your oil if it's at 60% oil life, but you may want to consider doing so. Depending on your driving habits, you may be able to extend the interval between oil changes. However, if you do a lot of stop-and-go driving or drive in extreme conditions, you may need to change your oil more frequently. Ultimately, it's up to you to decide when to change your oil based on your driving habits and the condition of your vehicle.

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What does the Oil Pressure Low, Stop Engine message mean?

If you're seeing this message on your instrument panel, it means that the oil pressure in your engine is low. If you continue to drive with low oil pressure, it can cause severe damage to your engine....

My car won't always start right away, after getting gas. Why is that?

It could be a number of things. It might be something as simple as the gas cap not being tightened all the way, or it could be a problem with the fuel line. If your car is having trouble starting afte...

My car will not start but the red lightning bolt is coming on the dashboard. What do that mean?

A few things could be going on if your car won't start, but the red lightning bolt is coming on the dashboard. It could mean that there is a problem with the battery, the alternator, or a fuse. If you...

What is the size and weight for a 42RLE transmission?

The 42RLE transmission weights approximately 125-150 lbs and has a size of 24.5" x 21.5" x 13.5". This transmission can have an additional 1" to 2" added to the length for an oil cooler. When looking...

What is the maxium amount of weight a 2008 Mini Cooper can carry?

The maximum amount of weight a 2008 Mini Cooper can carry is 1,100 pounds. This weight includes the weight of the passengers, as well as any cargo that may be in the car. It is important to note that ...