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  1. Do You Have to Change Your Oil Every 3,000 Miles?

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  2. Should You Use High-Mileage Oil in Your Car?

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  3. See how these oil & gas powerhouses use Ford Super Duty to get the job done

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    We trust these guys to harvest the energy that fuels our country. See why they trust Super Duty®. Click here for more Ford Truck Videos!
  4. oil leaking from passenger side motor mount?

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    Today I noticed a generous oil leak in my 95 ranger 2.3 liter 4cyl manual, that dripped down onto all parts under the motor mount. After spending a couple hours under the hood and under the truck inspecting everything the source of the leak seems to becoming from the motor mount. Due to regular...
  5. US INDEPENDENCE DAY 2009: Economy, Auto Industry, Oil?

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    First, humans seem to have VERY short memories and a rather weak sense of "self reliance". To get a sense of magnitude of fuel economy impact, let's look at US oil imports for 2008. In 2008, the US purchased (paid OPEC) roughly USD $700 BILLION for imported oil, REMOVING approximately USD $700...
  6. Oil settles below $34

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    Economic slowdown continues to weigh on demand in the final day of the January contract; oil drops to $33.87. Oil prices continued their slide today as worries about the global economic slump trumped recent efforts by oil-producing nations to prop up prices with massive production cuts...
  7. 7500 Miles Per Oil Change

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    Ford has been studying the question of when to suggest oil changes, and they've hit upon 7,500 miles for 2007 and newer cars. Not only are modern oils better, modern engines are also better. You don't have carburetors metering poorly on winter mornings, tolerances are a lot tighter, and...
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