How Often to Change Synthetic Oil
If you’re trying to find out how often do you change synthetic oil, then use this helpful guide from the certified Porsche technicians at our Pasadena Porsche service center, where you can replace your oil today at a competitive price near Los Angeles. Find out more about synthetic oil changes here, and then come see us at Rusnak/Pasadena Porsche in Pasadena!
When to Change Synthetic Oil
Synthetic oil blends are required for many performance vehicle engines like those found on Porsche models. While synthetic oil costs a bit more than conventional motor oil, it helps provide better engine performance, efficiency, and durability, and it’s able to go longer between oil changes. While conventional oil usually requires to be changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, synthetic oil on many cars is only recommended for an oil change every 7,500 to 10,000 miles. In order to be certain, though, check your vehicle owner’s manual or bring your vehicle to a Porsche service center to find out when it’s time for a synthetic motor oil change.
How to Change Synthetic Oil
Synthetic oil changes are the same as regular oil changes apart from the fact that you’ll be using a specialized synthetic motor oil matched specifically to your vehicle’s engine. Simply follow these steps.
- Let the car sit for a few minutes after turning it off.
- Drain the oil out of the oil tank.
- Take out the old oil filter.
- Add fresh oil into the oil tank.
- Check the oil level with the dipstick.
- Top it off, if needed
- Recycle the old oil.
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