What does emissions equipment have to do with running synthetic vs conventional oil?A 2006 Dmax doesn't have emissions so why would anyone recommend synthetic over dino?
What does emissions equipment have to do with running synthetic vs conventional oil?
Ha..... dino oil, from the dinosaurs... not synthetic.WTF is Dino oil? and how would ash from the oil plug up a DPF?
Also, there is a bit more diesel in the engine oil due to the regen process and synthetic oils can tolerate a higher percentage of diesel.
Firstly, startup below 10F. Big difference as temp drops. Yep, you can plug them in when it's really cold, but not always viable. Secondly, no guessing on oil life without sampling. Not many without fleets sample.A 2006 Dmax doesn't have emissions so why would anyone recommend synthetic over dino?
That's not a half bad plan. Mine is garaged a lot, but most of the time it sits out for a few days while I'm doing sled prep for the weekend.How many people garage there truck it starts good in there. Before i leave on a trip i let mine sit outside a couple days then start it just to make sure everything starts good. 5-40 in the winter for me.