How to stop engine knocking in just a few easy simple steps. You, yes you can do this at home. Although this does not stop knocking in all cases, it will help to extend the life of ANY engine, and is still highly recommended to do so on all engines. I do this to my car and have thoroughly enjoyed the resulting life and health of my engine. TRY IT YOU'LL LIKE IT!!! Please check my other articles with many more helpful tips.
Things You'll Need
- Oil Change Materials
- Lucas Oil Stabilizer
- Oil Flush
How to Stop Engine Knocking With Lucas Oil Stabilizer step 1, Buy some oil flush and some Lucas oil stabilizer at your local auto parts store. Prepare for a normal oil change, doing this yourself or at a oil change shop. Make sure oil, filter, drain pan, Lucas, and flush are all ready.
How to Stop Engine Knocking With Lucas Oil Stabilizer step 2, Add the oil flush to the dirty oil, run engine for 5-15 minutes depending on severity of sludge. Generally higher mileage means more sludge. Also, going over on oil change intervals will lead to more sludge and deposits.
How to Stop Engine Knocking With Lucas Oil Stabilizer step 3, Do your oil change as usual. The only difference is to add 1/2 bottle Lucas to the fresh oil. Now enjoy the benefits of your happy engine. You should now get more gas mileage, you engine should be quieter, and you will enjoy prolonged engine life.
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