Viscosity in motor oil matters

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I used the wrong viscosity of oil, what will happen? If you use a motor oil that has a viscosity that is too low or too high, in your engine may evoke a few problems. Problems such as decreased fuel economy, exaggerated chemical breakdown and increased wear become all too real issues. We must first understand what viscosity is and how it works. As defined by the dictionary, viscosity is the property of a fluid that resists the force inclined to cause the fluid to flow. The higher the viscosity rating of an oil, the least likely it will readily flow from a container when it's poured. As an example, honey has a higher viscosity than water and would flow much slower than water. The numbers and letters such as…
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