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Ford Ranger 4.0L SOHC, Mobil-1 ESP X1 0W30, 4980mi #4117330 06/06/16 08:53 PM
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Forgot I had this sitting around, figured I'd share. The run of oil before this was a 2700 mi run of AutoZone 5W-30 after the 2nd Auto-RX Rinse (2500 runs). This run below was in service 5.5 months and I have a nice Ford 4.0L SOHC timing chain rattle, so I'm sure some of the wear of it is contributing to the numbers below. frown

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Comments: CHARLES: It's funny how much oil carries over from oil change to oil change. Check out sodium - that was
an additive in the AutoZone you used last time. Mobil 1 doesn't use it, but there's still 117 ppm present.
That's fine - it'll wash out with time if you stick with this oil. Note that wear has increased, and that's primarily
due, we think, to the longer oil change. Unless you know of some kind of operational issue (harder use like
towing, for example) that would have caused an increase in wear, you may have found the limit on how long
you want to run the oil. The TBN is still solid.

MI/HR on Oil             4,980
MI/HR on Unit          214,644
Sample Date         10/25/2015
Make Up Oil Added          0.0

ALUMINUM                     7
CHROMIUM                     1
IRON                        13
COPPER                      11
LEAD                         1
TIN                          1
MOLYBDENUM                  60
NICKEL                       1
MANGANESE                    0
SILVER                       0
TITANIUM                     0
POTASSIUM                    3
BORON                      121
SILICON                     12
SODIUM                     117
CALCIUM                   1590
MAGNESIUM                   15
PHOSPHORUS                 684
ZINC                       860
BARIUM                       0

cSt Viscosity @ 100C     67.8
SUS Viscosity @ 210F    12.37
Flashpoint in F           410
Fuel %                    <0.5
Antifreeze %               0.0
Water %                    0.0
Insolubles %               0.1
TBN                        3.3
TAN
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Last edited by chucky2; 06/06/16 08:58 PM.
Re: Ford Ranger 4.0L SOHC, Mobil-1 ESP X1 0W30, 4980mi [Re: chucky2] #4117335 06/06/16 09:00 PM
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They said wear increased from your last uoa. Do you have your last uoa handy? I'd be curious to compare it to this one.


1996 Nissan 300ZX 5-speed,Arctic Pearl(#175 of 300)
Quaker State Ultimate Durability 10W30
2012 Honda Accord Coupe EX-L 2.4,auto,San Marino Red
Quaker State Ultimate Durability 0W20

Re: Ford Ranger 4.0L SOHC, Mobil-1 ESP X1 0W30, 4980mi [Re: aquariuscsm] #4117343 06/06/16 09:12 PM
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I can't edit the OP, so I'll just re-post below...keep in mind the rattle started around Feb or March of this last AutoZone run...:

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Comments: CHARLES: It's funny how much oil carries over from oil change to oil change. Check out sodium - that was
an additive in the AutoZone you used last time. Mobil 1 doesn't use it, but there's still 117 ppm present.
That's fine - it'll wash out with time if you stick with this oil. Note that wear has increased, and that's primarily
due, we think, to the longer oil change. Unless you know of some kind of operational issue (harder use like
towing, for example) that would have caused an increase in wear, you may have found the limit on how long
you want to run the oil. The TBN is still solid.

MI/HR on Oil             4,980       2,714
MI/HR on Unit          214,644     209,664
Sample Date         10/25/2015    5/4/2015
Make Up Oil Added          0.0         0.5

ALUMINUM                     7           4
CHROMIUM                     1           0
IRON                        13           8
COPPER                      11           2
LEAD                         1           1
TIN                          1           2
MOLYBDENUM                  60           1
NICKEL                       1           0
MANGANESE                    0           0
SILVER                       0           0
TITANIUM                     0           0
POTASSIUM                    3           0
BORON                      121           1
SILICON                     12          14
SODIUM                     117         355
CALCIUM                   1590        1704
MAGNESIUM                   15          15
PHOSPHORUS                 684         691
ZINC                       860         813
BARIUM                       0           0

cSt Viscosity @ 100C     67.8        55.7
SUS Viscosity @ 210F    12.37        8.99
Flashpoint in F           410         405
Fuel %                    <0.5        <0.5
Antifreeze %               0.0         0.0
Water %                    0.0         0.0
Insolubles %               0.1         0.3
TBN                        3.3     notdone
TAN
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Chuck

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Re: Ford Ranger 4.0L SOHC, Mobil-1 ESP X1 0W30, 4980mi [Re: chucky2] #4117502 06/07/16 06:27 AM
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Generally I don't find the wear per mile has increased.
Instead I'm of the opinion the current M1 oils performs better than previous brand.
Timing chain rattle aside blush

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Re: Ford Ranger 4.0L SOHC, Mobil-1 ESP X1 0W30, 4980mi [Re: chucky2] #4117520 06/07/16 06:58 AM
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I'll have another to post in a week or two from the fill I'll change out this week. It's been run longer, but not drastically so. Will be interesting to see how bad the wear is. I wonder if Blackstone can add a field for Plastic? laugh

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Re: Ford Ranger 4.0L SOHC, Mobil-1 ESP X1 0W30, 4980mi [Re: chucky2] #4117587 06/07/16 08:45 AM
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Oil thickened up. You have a lot of oil carryover. Make sure you are draining it hot and have it level. You should only have say 15% you have 1/3.

Thanks for posting.


Re: Ford Ranger 4.0L SOHC, Mobil-1 ESP X1 0W30, 4980mi [Re: Al] #4117880 06/07/16 04:21 PM
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Originally Posted By: Al
Oil thickened up. You have a lot of oil carryover. Make sure you are draining it hot and have it level. You should only have say 15% you have 1/3.

Thanks for posting.


Negative. I make sure the truck is level, and leaning slightly to the one side the drain plug is on, and let it fully drain. It's barely dripping out of the pan when I put the plug back in.

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