VIDEO: The Role Of Dispersants In Engine Oil

VIDEO: The Role Of Dispersants In Engine Oil

Andrew Markel discusses the formation of carbon during the combustion process, and how the proper engine oil can prevent sludging in the engine. Sponsored by MAHLE.

Andrew Markel discusses the formation of carbon during the combustion process, and how the proper engine oil can prevent sludging in the engine. Sponsored by MAHLE.

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