Clemson Auto Parts Engine Auto Parts: Oil, Oil Filters and Spark Plugs
If you are driving through Clemson and you notice a sound coming from the engine and it's not the exhilarating roar of an engine at peak performance, it may be time for a trip to the auto parts store. Seals, pistons, and rods wear out and may need to be replaced during a car's lifetime.
At Clemson Auto Parts we help you avoid costly trips to the repair shop by providing the best selection of automobile maintenance auto parts. We offer oil, oil filters, spark plugs and more to keep repair costs low and performance at its peak. Today's engines are highly complex but maintaining them can be easy. Trust Clemson Auto Parts for the auto parts you need.
Find The Best Motor Oil
Clemson Auto Parts offers a full range of synthetic and petroleum-based motor oil to protect, and maintain your car. Change your car's oil regularly for protection against deposits, wear, and low-speed preignition in turbocharged engines. Motor oil protects against high-temperature viscosity break down and minimizes engine wear. Motor oil also provides exceptional low-temperature flow to help reduce friction at start-up in cold weather. In addition, motor oil has a high resistance to oxidation and provides protection against the formation of sludge in the engine system. Call to find out the right motor oil for your car today -- 864-654-5807.
Buy Oil Filters
Adding or changing the oil isn't enough to keep your car running at its peak. It's important to change the oil filter each time you replace your motor oil. The nylon or metal core of oil filters is engineered with a filtration system that captures engine system debris as small as 30 microns. A nylon core is one and a half times stronger than filters with metal cores. Ask us at Clemson Auto Parts about the nylon core oil filters we have in stock.
Change Your Spark Plugs
No matter how you drive, or what you drive, a vehicle's engine demands a relentlessly durable spark plug. Spark plugs vary in price based on the material and engineering. Copper spark plugs have a copper wire tip and are the least expensive. Copper spark plugs offer greater cooling but wear down more easily than platinum spark plugs. Conversely, platinum spark plugs cost a little more but last a very long time and fire hotter. The highest cost spark plug has an Iridium tip and is six times harder and eight times stronger than platinum. Iridium has a significantly higher melting point. While they may cost more, Iridium spark plugs are well worth the investment. Most spark plugs offer limited warranty coverage.