Your Next Oil Change

Following the professional maintenance schedule that Conyers Nissan recommends helps to ensure that you avoid problems as your car ages.

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Your coolant, brake fluid, engine oil and transmission fluid keep your car running smoothly. Make sure that you always have the fluids that will lubricate, cool, properly pressurize and transmit power to your car.

Why should you get your oil and fluid changed on a regular basis?

  • Making sure your vehicle always has the manufacturer’s recommended engine oil extends its life.
  • Oil and fluid changes improve your gas mileage and prevent overheating during inclement weather by minimizing friction.
  • Your cooling system can work most efficiently when you clean it with regular coolant changes.
  • Transmission fluid will save you from most of the big expenses that come from serious car trouble – follow the recommended replacement schedule for best results.
  • Following the recommended fluid replacement schedule greatly improves the performance of your braking system and extends its life as well.

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The Different Types of Motor Oil

Not every type of motor oil is the same, and the life of your engine depends on your knowledge of the type of oil that you are putting into your engine. If the right type of oil is used correctly in your engine, all metal to metal contact will be avoided, greatly improving the lifespan of every component of your vehicle. Motor oil serves as the literal lifeblood of your engine, and everything functions around it. The right kind of oil also absorbs and removes combustion byproducts and oxidation runoff from the inner workings of your vehicle, especially when your car is under intense heat and pressure.

One of the most important reasons you need a proper motor oil in your engine has to do with oil’s natural resistance to motion, or viscosity. Every type of oil is measured by a viscosity index, which is the measure of the oil’s ability to retain its resistance to heat under high temperatures.

The three major types of motor oils available to the general public are as follows:

  • Natural (Mineral) oil
  • Synthetic oil
  • Semi-synthetic oil

All of these oil types have their advantages; however, not all of them may be appropriate for your engine. You determine the type of oil by the rating that it has on the label, a rating that looks something like “10W40” or “5W40.”

There are two numbers surrounding a “W” in the oil type. The first number gives you the viscosity rating of the oil in cool temperatures. This is also known as the “winter number.” The second number after the W gives you the viscosity of the oil when heated, letting you know the exact point at which the oil will begin to thin as the temperature rises.

What can you expect from the three different types of oil?

Fully Synthetic:

  • Gives you the best fuel economy
  • Increases engine power and performance
  • Keeps engine protected from natural build up from normal wear and tear
  • Keeps the car running in cold temperatures, including cold starts
  • Quickly lubricates and protects the moving parts of the engine


  • Gives better protection than mineral oil in most cases
  • Gives especially good protection during the first 10 minutes of driving, the most important time that protection is needed
  • Protects about 3X better
  • Keeps owner from having to change the oil as often


  • Gives basic protection for a wide variety of engines
  • Needs to be changed on a regular basis (manufacturer’s recommendation)

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Benefits of Other Fluids

Coolant – Protects Your Engine From Overheating

Coolant is essential because it keeps the internal temperature of your engine within an acceptable range. Your engine will not be able to function for very long without coolant fluid. If you look under your hood for the coolant reservoir, it will usually look like a white milk jug that is semi-transparent. It will have a “low” and “high” marker on it, and the level of coolant should always remain between these two markers. Make sure that you only check coolant levels when the engine is cooled.

Transmission Fluid – Keeps the Car Running Smoothly Through Gear Shifts

If you are driving an automatic transmission, then transmission fluid is essential to keep your gear shifts smooth. Transmission fluid is usually red. If your transmission is having trouble, the first thing to check is always the fluid level. A low fluid level can lead to poor shifting, and in worst case scenarios, expensive repair bills.

Brake Fluid – Ensures Your Safety on the Road

Your brake fluid gives your brakes an incompressible medium that helps to transmit the energy from your foot through the master cylinder(s) all the way to the calipers and discs. Brake fluid can overheat, however, producing a more compressible substance that showcases itself as a soft brake feel. If you have to pump the brake in order to stop your car, check the integrity of your brake fluid first. [Name] is here to ensure that you always have fresh fluid in your car, so bring it by anytime you are having a problem.

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