FAQS

  • Q. I have a 2001 Ford F-350 Pickup with a Powerstroke Diesel with 7000 miles. I'm getting ready to change over to synthetic oil. What AMSOIL motor oil would you recommend to use?

    A. It is recommended that you use either AMSOIL Series 3000 Synthetic 5W-30 Heavy-Duty Diesel Oil (HDD) or AMSOIL Synthetic 15W-40 Heavy-Duty Diesel and Marine Motor Oil (AME) for this diesel application. HDD is the preferred choice for better fuel economy, cold weather performance and mixed gasoline and diesel engine fleets. It provides better protection compared to conventional 15W-40 mineral based oils with its superior film strength and enhanced anti-wear additives. AMSOIL AME is a premium oil that matches many manufacturers viscosity recommendations. It outperforms competitive 15W-40 oils and is a lower cost option compared to AMSOIL HDD.

  • Q. Can I use AMSOIL AFF 0W-40 in my new 4-stroke snowmobile?

    A. Absolutely! AMSOIL AFF 0W-40 was specifically formulated for use in small, hard working 4-stroke engines. AFF is ideal for 4-cycle snowmobiles, ATV's, personal watercraft, 4-stroke boat motors, lawn equipment etc...

  • Q. Can AMSOIL Motor Oils be recycled?

    A. Regarding used synthetic oils, they can be recycled in the same manner as a petroleum-based motor oils. Synthetic oils can also be used in furnaces designed to burn waste oils.

  • Q. What are AMSOIL Synthetic Blend Motor Oils?

    A. MSOIL Synthetic Blend Motor Oils are a blend of synthetic fluids and petroleum oils. They are combined to form an all season motor oil that demonstrates many of the performance features of synthetic lubricants.

  • Q. Will AMSOIL Motor Oils void the warranty of a new vehicle?

    A.
    Absolutely not! Manufacturers’ warranties are based upon the use of oils meeting specific API Service Classifications, for example, SJ/CF. (AMSOIL lubricants meet the current API Service requirements and, thus, are perfectly suited for use in any new vehicle without affecting the validity of the new vehicle warranty.) 

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