Question about 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt
DO YOU MEAN THE OIL LIFE MONITOR SYSTEM WHICH IS IN MOST NEWER CARS? IF SO THE EASY EXPLANATION IS IT IN THE ENGINE COMPUTER. IT DOES A CALCULATION OF THE ENGINE TEMP AND RPM TO DETERMINE THE ENGINE OIL LIFE EXPECTANCY. IT IS NOT ADVISABLE TO USE THE SYSTEM TO DO OIL CHANGES BY AS IT CAN BE DECEIVING. THE LITTLE OLD LADY GOING TO CHURCH AND THE STORE WILL HAVE A GREATER OIL LIFE EXPECTANCY THAN SAY JUNIOR WHO GOES AS FAST AS HE CAN TO THE NEXT STOP LIGHT.
DON'T GO OVER 5000K MILES IS THE BEST THING TO DO. OR GO BY GRANDPAS RULE OF 3000K MILES.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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