1999 Oldsmobile 88 Oil Change Service

Get Your Oldsmobile 88 Oil Changed

Help your 1999 Oldsmobile 88 run newer, longer with routine oil changes. Schedule your oil change appointment today.

How Often to Change 1999 Oldsmobile 88 Oil

Looking for oil change recommendations for your 1999 Oldsmobile 88? Turn to Firestone Complete Auto Care! We're experts in more than tires. Oil and lube services are also our specialties. After all, "Oil is the blood of the engine. It's the #1 thing you can do for your car," says our maintenance technician, Brianna.

Oldsmobile recommends having your 1999 Oldsmobile 88’s motor oil changed at regular intervals. See mileage and month specifics in the above table. Your 88 may need an oil change right away if your check engine/oil change light is on, you hear engine knocking, sense an oil smell in the cabin, or notice excess vehicle exhaust. You might need an oil change more frequently than what’s recommended by Oldsmobile if you regularly haul heavy loads, drive in dusty areas, enjoy off-roading, or drive at low speeds for long distances. In general, being extra-diligent about oil changes won’t damage your Oldsmobile 88. In fact, every oil change is an opportunity to diagnose and treat any other issues, such as bad brakes or a failing battery.

What Type of Oil Does My Oldsmobile 88 Need?

Your local Firestone Complete Auto Care has the right 1999 Oldsmobile 88 motor oil: either synthetic or conventional. Oldsmobile has recommendations as to whether conventional or synthetic oil is the ideal engine oil for your 1999 88. This oil helps lubricate engine parts, maintain proper engine temperature, and keep harmful substances from building up inside the engine. During an oil change, a technician will change your 88's oil, replace and recycle your used oil and filter, inspect all of your other filters, top-off important fluids, and perform a free inspection on the rest of your vehicle. You can drive with confidence knowing that we look out for you and your 88 by taking into account your driving preferences, weather and road conditions,

Types of Motor Oil for Oldsmobiles

Wondering if we carry the right motor oil for your Oldsmobile? We carry the best because your 88 deserves the best. Talk with a teammate and consult your owner's manual before picking a motor oil. At Firestone Complete Auto Care, you can choose from the following oils: Quaker State® Advanced Durability™ conventional oil, Pennzoil® High Mileage Vehicle® motor oil, Pennzoil Platinum® Full Synthetic motor oil with PurePlus™ Technology, and Shell Rotella® heavy-duty engine oil. With so many motor oil brands in the market, why do we carry these brands? They are tested and trusted. For instance, when tested on taxi fleets from coast to coast, Quaker State was shown to provide double the protection when compared to the industry standard. [1] There's also Pennzoil. Pennzoil Synthetics feature the capabilities to advance with vehicle technology to offer complete protection for not only the engines of today, but also the engines of tomorrow. But don't forget about Shell Rotella for heavy-duty engines. It's expressly designed for gasoline and diesel engines that need to withstand rugged conditions, and is fortified to deliver improved oxidation resistance, heightened performance in extreme temperatures, and increased wear protection. For help selecting the right motor oil for your 1999 Oldsmobile 88, defer to Oldsmobile's recommendations.

Where to Go for 1999 Oldsmobile 88 Oil Change

The next time your Oldsmobile 88 needs an oil change, you know where to go! Your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care has the ideal oil for your 88’s engine. We’ve got convenient appointment times to take care of you, with the right engine oil at a competitive price. Find out how much your Oldsmobile 88 oil change will cost by calling ahead. Get professional engine care by making an oil change appointment for your 88 today. Many stores are open late and on weekends for your convenience.

[1] ILSAC GF-5 represents the latest performance standard set by the International Lubricant Standardization and Approval Committee (ILSAC), a joint effort of U.S. and Japanese automobile manufacturers. Most automobile manufacturers are expected to recommend oils that meet ILSAC GF-5. API SN is the most recent service category issued by API’s Lubricants Group. Oils meeting API SN and the new “Resource Conserving” designation meet all ILSAC GF-5 performance requirements.

1999 Oldsmobile 88 Oil Change Q&A

  • Why check the motor oil level in my Oldsmobile 88? Motor oil lubricates important engine parts. If your oil reservoir is low or empty, these parts can grind together, generate too much heat, and eventually lead to Oldsmobile 88 engine failure. That’s why you should check your oil and get it changed regularly.
  • How hard is it to change Oldsmobile 88 oil at home? First off, changing your own oil isn’t as easy as you’d think. You’ll have to figure out how to properly dispose of the oil and buy special tools. Getting a professional oil change reduces the risk of something going wrong during the service, but it’ll also help your car perform smoothly down the road.
  • Why is my Oldsmobile exhaust smoke gray or blue? Your engine could be burning oil due to a leak. It may be time for a pro to take a look. A leak can be caused by a variety of issues including faulty valve seals, damaged piston rings, or damaged cylinder walls.
  • Who offers Oldsmobile 88 oil changes? Firestone Complete Auto Care performs Oldsmobile 88 oil changes and more! Our technicians also replace oil filters, troubleshoot oil leaks, and advise on the right oil for your ride.
  • What can cause the oil light on my Oldsmobile 88 to illuminate? The oil change light in your Oldsmobile 88 could be triggered by an overdue oil change. However, if the oil pressure light is on, you may be dealing with low engine oil, a failing oil pump, a clogged oil filter, or a malfunctioning oil pressure sensor.
  • Do I need to replace my 88’s oil filter when changing my oil? You should replace your Oldsmobile 88 during each oil change. The filter captures debris and contaminants to help keep your oil clean, which means the filter gets dirty. If you skip replacing the filter, you’ll contaminate your new oil with the dirty filter.