Keeps you from wasting oil.
Keeps you from having to replace the catalytic converter prematurely.
Be advised; you do need to use a motor oil that carries the GM approvals
listed in your owners manual.
If you use non-approved oil, changing every 1000 miles wouldn't be often
enough to avoid problems.
There are elements in fresh motor oil that burn off in the early stages
of its use, these elements are poisonous to catalytic converters.
Changing your motor oil before it's necessary increases the frequency
that this happens and contributes to shorter catalytic converter life.
Amsoil "recommends" that you buy their product because they want your
As do many other brands of motor oil.
"performance requirements for gasoline engines."
Are there any other people out there who (along with Steve) don't know
the difference between an 'engine' and a 'catalytic converter?'
Yes, the oil may cost less, the damage that occurs however, probably
The whole point of following the vehicle manufacturers approvals.
Show me one bottle with a label that actually states that.
These cut and pastes from the Amsoil web site really aren't necessary.
Anyone looking for a good laugh can easily find their way there.
BTW Steve, you never answered my question a few days ago about the
manner in which you've personally experienced cooler engine temperatures
while using Amsoil.
Are ya ever gonna?
By "Preferred Customer" they mean "ignorant retard who is willing
to pay twice as much for an inferior product."
It appears that the Amsoil selling scheme is based upon the "multi
level marketing" scams that a large number of other worthless
and/or dangerous products use. That may be why "Steve" has been
spamming every automotive newsgroup in Usenet she or he can find:
in the "minds" of these retards, more spam equals more money.
Since engines are designed to opperate at specific temperatures,
I'd stay away from any lubricant that is (1) not certified by
manufacturers and (2) claims "cooler engine temperatures."
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