You start your car on a damp morning. The engine sounds like it’s struggling, and for the first moment or two, it acts like it’s low on power before returning to normal. Or, maybe you have a newer car and you’ve just gotten a diagnostic trouble code indicating a misfire.
The primary reason I end up doing so much work on my own car is that I drive older cars. I’ve heard stories and songs telling of warranty work on cars. A problem pops up and the owner turns the car over to the dealership, who in turn, fixes it.
As much as people talk about it, you’d be amazed how often people overlook checking their oil. A simple check is one of the best and most important things you can do for your car. Granted, there are some newer cars that don’t have an engine oil dipstick and instead