What Does a 300,000 Mile Oil Change Look Like?
If you know how to properly take care of your ride, there’s a good chance that ...
If you know how to properly take care of your ride, there’s a good chance that it’ll last you quite a while. In this one, we take a look at a Ford Windstar that is right at that 300k mile marker.
While ChrisFix has kept a close eye on the maintenance items of his van, that isn’t to say that the van is completely free of wear and tear.
To figure out exactly what’s going on inside of this high mileage engine, Chris sends an oil sample out to get it tested to see what levels are higher than where they should be.
These levels can indicate that certain materials are wearing, indicating problems that may arise such as unwanted coolant in the oil or bearing wear.
Check out the video below that shows the state of the union with the van. Have you ever had the oil tested in your ride? How did the analysis turn out?