AMSOIL 25,000 Mile / One Year Oil Change
For Gasoline and Diesel applications AMSOIL offers extended drain intervals of one year up to 25,000 miles.
Under normal conditions, AMSOIL synthetic motor oil coupled with an AMSOIL EaO oil filter offer one year or 25,000 miles of protection.
Under severe conditions service life is still one full year, but mileage is reduced to 15,000 miles.
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All intervals are for “mechanically sound” equipment defined as- Engines that are in good working condition and within the factory design settings. Mechanically sound engines, for example, do not leak oil or consume excessive amounts, are not worn out, do not over heat, do not have internal or external anti-freeze leaks, and have properly working emission control systems. AMSOIL recommends repairing malfunctioning engines prior to the installation of AMSOIL Synthetic Motor Oils.
Normal Service defined as- Personal transportation vehicles frequently traveling greater than 10 miles at a time and not operating under severe service.
Gasoline Engine Severe Service defined as- Turbo/supercharged engines, commercial or fleet vehicles, excessive engine idling, first and subsequent use of AMSOIL engine oil in vehicles with 100,000 miles or greater, daily short trip driving less than 10 miles (16km), frequent towing, plowing, hauling and driving in dusty conditions.
Diesel Engine Severe Service defined as- Extensive engine idling, daily short trip driving less than 10 miles (16km), frequent towing, plowing or hauling heavy loads and frequent driving on dusty conditions.
Modifications and Alterations - No extended drain interval recommendations are made where the engine or operating conditions have been changed from the original manufacturer’s design. Oil change intervals are at the owner’s discretion or extended based on oil analysis. Examples include, but not limited to, the use of performance computer chips; modified
exhaust, fuel or air induction systems; and the use of fuels other than those recommended for normal operation by the equipment manufacturer.
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