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  1. What is more important and relevant in car service: Time vs Kilometer driven? I just schedule my Range Rover service with Al Tayer and they said I need to get the major service of 120k kms, while the car is only driven 68,000 kms. Their logic is time-based vs km - whichever comes first. They gave me this logic last time too when I sent the car for service and they carried out 108k service when the car was 58,000 kms driven. I somehow felt uncomfortable but went with the flow to not to spoil the service history, which has been regularly maintained by the previous owner. This time it's quite over the top with major service estimate, where they say they have to change rear diff oil and transfer box oil every 5 years or 120k kms. Is it really required to change rear diff and transfer box oil at 68k kms with 5 years of life.....? If you say Kilometer driven is prime then why all car manufacturer has this in their maintenance schedule, let alone UAE but everyone uses the same approach globally. Please explain why......?
  2. Hi Gaurav how much you are paying to changing oil in these places? I know total amount depends to how many liter oil and oil type but is there any specific price for labour?
  3. Though engine oil has still over 40% life left as per last service kms, but I checked and it's quite dark and no longer in crisp golden color. Do I change oil before the recommended kms interval or should I wait safely for doing more? Appreciate if someone can shed light on how to further diagnose engine oil usable condition and life than only based on kms criteria. Thanks.
  4. Black Bulls Company LLC (Sales Office) is strategically headquartered in Dubai, the most important trading and business hub of Middle East. Apart from the vast customer network, in-time deliveries strict adherence to the quality policies are main factors for the company’s impressive goodwill. Black Bulls has a well-established process and network of suppliers to handle high influx of customer demands without compromising on quality. Manufacture: Engine Oil, Gear Oil, Hydraulic oil, Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF), Brake Fluid (DOT3, DOT4, DOT5) Grease Lithium Calcium, Coolant, Fuel Injector Cleaner, Oil Treatment, Additives.
  5. The backbone of all cars engine performance is the engine oil, that’s why it is advised to use the best quality oil for the car as the engine life, performance and reliability depends on the engine oil. There are many different kinds of engine oil for specific car types and requirements like fully synthetic oil, semi synthetic oil and mineral oil. If oil is not changed when getting car serviced you can end up with accelerated wear of the engine like loss of performance and fuel economy, and increased emissions and oil consumption. Engine Oil is best to change after 3,000 to 15,000 Kms or go with what the car owner's manual recommendation from the car manufacturer, which is based on what type of engine oil is used as mentioned earlier. In general each type of engine oil has basic life span: Fully Synthetic: 10,000 to 15,000 KmsSemi Synthetic: 5,000 to 8,000 KmsMineral Oil: 3,000 to 5,000 Kms.How to check Engine Oil level? Car has to be cold and resting overnight or few hours at leastOpen the car engine hood and secure it safely in open positionLook for engine oil dipstick (shown above) usually placed on left or right side of the engineDraw the dipstick out and wipe it clean with tissue or clothInsert the cleaned dipstick inside fully and draw it out againAt the end of dipstick there is two mark showing Maximum and Minimum (shown above)Engine Oil level should be safely in between these two Max-Min markingHow to check Engine oil condition? Engine oil viscosity (thickness) should be reasonably thin and not too thickIt's color should be close to golden or red, and not brownish blackOil should have smooth oily property and not sticky and tacky feelIf you need more help, or need specific answer for any question then try the ‘Carnity Forum’ (http://carnity.com/) section or find car businesses near you with the Carnity ‘Business listing’ (http://carnity.com/business_listing) section.
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