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Got oil sample report from Blackstone , iron High?

Today i received my oil sample report
I have oil consumption actually ...
.. What can you say guys ... they saying engine health his fine ...
am i have iron too high ?
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You replaced oil at 1/3 of its recommended interval.
The oil did not break-in yet.
I'd expect more molybdenum from quality oil, but than technology changes, so maybe this is new trend.
Low viscosity after low mileage is questionable.
I drive diesels, so don't have good comparison, but when it looks like you engine is healthy, it is not best choice of oil.


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You replaced oil at 1/3 of its recommended interval.
The oil did not break-in yet.
I'd expect more molybdenum from quality oil, but than technology changes, so maybe this is new trend.
Low viscosity after low mileage is questionable.
I drive diesels, so don't have good comparison, but when it looks like you engine is healthy, it is not best choice of oil.
Yeah I know that oil is still OK
It's a Genuine Mercedes oil 5W40
probably rebranded Mobil1 Formula M 5W40
Now is summer coming..i am running now GTX HM 10W40
To reduce leakage and oil consumption..
I mentioned a while ago on other post ..that I have oil consumption...
https://www.benzworld.org/#/topics/2975201
I thought that I have mechanical problem ... like cylinders scratched or rings problem ...
Now months later my car burns a lot less oil ..
1 qt per 3500... I don't know why I had huge oil consumption first few months after I bought a car .. now it's getting better and better.....
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It's a good report.
re the oil consumption ,
Check your PCV system. Positive Crankcase Ventilation system.
All hoses and breather cover ports must be clean and clear.
If the previous owner did not use the right oil or change oil when needed , you could have blockages ,which can cause oil consumption to be high.
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It's a good report.
re the oil consumption ,
Check your PCV system. Positive Crankcase Ventilation system.
All hoses and breather cover ports must be clean and clear.
If the previous owner did not use the right oil or change oil when needed , you could have blockages ,which can cause oil consumption to be high.
I replaced all pcv hoses back in 2017 All of them and cleaned valve covers..too and resealed breather covers and cleaned them also all holes .. and repalced throttle body O-ring too.
air filter...
Thanks anyway 🙂
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I replaced all pcv hoses back in 2017 All of them and cleaned valve covers..too and resealed breather covers and cleaned them also all holes .. and repalced throttle body O-ring too.
air filter...
Thanks anyway 🙂
You're very welcome.
Good to know &
Good luck
PS what does #x1f642; mean ?
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I replaced all pcv hoses back in 2017 All of them and cleaned valve covers..too and resealed breather covers and cleaned them also all holes .. and repalced throttle body O-ring too.
air filter...
Thanks anyway 🙂
You're very welcome.
Good to know &
Good luck
PS what does #x1f642; mean ?
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Oh,,,, right.
That's good,,,
For a moment there I thought it might have meant something else.
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