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Quaker State 10W-40 Motor Oil (12-pack / 1-quart Bottles)

by Quaker State |
Item # 5658
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Model # 436348 |

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  • Quaker State 10W-40 Motor Oil (12-pack / 1-quart Bottles)
  • Durable oil that resists breakdown from engine stress
  • Reduces friction-related wear by maintaining 3X better wear protection than the industry standard throughout life of the oil
  • Maintains consistent viscosity from start to finish, providing optimal oil film protection
  • Provides consistent rust protection from harmful acids generated by engine contaminants
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Keep your car topped off and running great with Quaker State 10W-40 Motor Oil (12-pack / 1-quart Bottles). Quaker State oil is some of the best oil available. Treat your car to thousands of miles of smooth operation by reducing wear and tear on the parts of your engine that need it most. With this 12-pack, your car will be set to drive for road trip after road trip.

What Makes Quaker State 10W Motor Oil Better?

Quaker State doesn't just test their oil before it goes into the bottle. Quaker State also tests its 10W-40 motor oil after it has undergone thousands of miles of actual use to ensure it keeps your car running better for longer. Quaker State motor oil is so durable it passes stringent tests reserved designed for new oil even when it is ready to be replaced.

What Does Motor Oil Do?

Quaker State motor oil helps your car in a variety of ways. First, the oil coats all of the moving parts of your vehicle. This significantly reduces the friction on your engine and extends the overall life of your vehicle. Quaker State motor oil also protects your car's engine from rusting, blocking harmful acids that come from certain engine contaminants.

How Often Should I Change My Oil?

Most repair shops would tell you that you should change your motor oil every 3,000 miles. These days, that is not necessarily the case. The actual amount of mileage you should wait between oil changes depends on the make and model of your car. Consult your owners manual, but most vehicles range between 5,000 and 10,000 miles. If you'd prefer not to wait that long, you can always change out your Quaker State motor oil every six months when you should be looking at getting your tires rotated.

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