Antifreeze Contamination in Motor Oil

Feb. 25, 2015

By: Editor

Modified: 07/06/22

Antifreeze is one of the most common contaminants in motor oil. It can find its way into the oil in a variety of ways and lead to increased viscosity, mechanical wear and acidity. In this video, Noria expert Wes Cash details the bad side effects that antifreeze contamination can cause once it gets inside your motor oil.

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