At John Amato Nissan of Milwaukee, we operate a state-of-the-art service department with a team of factory-trained technicians ready to perform your next conventional oil change. Scheduling conventional oil change service according to the maintenance schedule found in the owner’s manual is one of the best ways to help ensure reliable engine performance, enhanced riding comfort, maximum fuel efficiency, and reduced operating costs. We also recommend being mindful of the symptoms of oil’s thermal breakdown and ineffective engine lubrication.
At John Amato Nissan of Milwaukee, conventional oil change service begins with a factory-trained technician and OEM Nissan Parts. The expert technician begins by removing the old oil filter while the old oil drains from the system. The technician then installs the new oil filter and adds conventional oil as needed to restore factory specifications. We will reset the oil change monitoring system as needed so that our customers can remain diligent with their vehicle’s future conventional oil change service.
Engine oil begins its service life at peak viscosity that reduces the friction between the engine’s internal components. The extreme friction, heat, and pressure inside the engine will eventually cause the oil to lose integrity as a lubricant as it turns into a sludgy consistency inside the engine. The telltale sign of this thermal breakdown is the changing oil color from light brown to black. Here are the most common symptoms that usually occur alongside engine oil’s thermal breakdown:
If your vehicle is due for routine conventional oil change maintenance or your vehicle is experiencing the symptoms of defective engine lubrication, we invite you to receive the corrective conventional oil change service with us. We are conveniently located near Glendale, Shorewood, West Allis, and Wauwatosa, WI.