Originally Posted by 79letour
I've done everything an owner should do and then some. Auskip- we live in different dimensions and I'm sorry you're so offended that I'm pissed off about my car. To answer your quastion(s), I've basically watched everything like a hawk and when problems arise there is a very lackluster response. You make assumptions, sometimes don't even make real sentences, please just piss off if you don't want to contrtibute something other than being a troll.
When problem arise there is a very lack luster response? like putting in more oil?
Im not doubting your dipstick reading abilities but from what i have seen to get an accurate reading i need to let my car sit for +1 hours and then the dipstick reads full if not, i get a mix of low readings. Like 1/2 quart low or slightly lower. This is just what i have observed.
Maybe you should consider this when checking the status of your oil.
Perhaps we are on different dimensions. If you can put up with my sentence structure or lack there of i can put up with your inability to spell.
Also you can drop the whole Ego and Troll bit. Asking those questions provides a logical way of accessing an oil issue. Im still waiting for solid answers like 1 quart every 1000 miles type of deal. (like dealing with SOA) Numbers are my way of believing issues.
Originally Posted by Commander Keen
If serious consumption persists and SOA gives you the finger, have an oil analysis done with 0W20, then do the same with something thicker. Compare and make a decision.