What transpires to water, or any other liquid, during those dreaded winter days? Of course! Many of them transform into solids, or if that is not possible, they may become extremely cold. When it comes to engine oil, it doesn’t change except extreme condition, but it can be very cold, especially on those bitterly cold winter nights. Its motor oil thickens and flows less smoothly or not at all as a result of those chilly temperatures. However, this may start a chain reaction that could harm the engine of your car. Cold weather slows down the engine oil’s flow The oil pump does all the hard work required to circulate the oil through the filters and engine components when the car starts. The motor oil in an engine thickens in cold weather. It is more difficult to pump through the engine block, and it moves more slowly through the engine. The battery in your car is already under stress and cannot be expected to offer extra power as the cold weather weakens it further. This requires you to learn your trick to keep your vehicle’s engine running for some time until the engine does not get heated, though; extreme […] read more