Archive for: October, 2017

Bar’s Leaks Oil Seal Permanently Fixes Oil Leaks and Burning Oil

Professional formula solves oil leaking, burning and consumption issues with one dose
We are proud to announce Bar’s Leaks Professional Oil Seal Engine Oil Burning & Leak Repair (p/n OS-1), the most advanced oil solution we’ve ever developed. This professional-grade formula is guaranteed to permanently stop all engine oil loss caused by leaks, over-consumption, and burning.

Oil Seal Engine Oil Burning & Leak Repair’s unique combination of synthetic polymers combined with premium seal restoring additives work together in four ways to create a long-lasting repair:

A seal-rejuvenating additive restores seal size, flexibility and elasticity lost to engine heat, age, high mileage or extended vehicle storage. This prevents oil from leaking past the seals and burning in the…

Posted in: Engine, Leaks, Oil, Valve Seal

Tech Tip: Four Simple Steps to Fix Cooling System Leaks

We hear it every day from social media, email and phone calls – it’s common for a cooling system to develop leaks and drips under normal use. That’s as true now as it was 70 years ago, when we created the game-changing chemical formula to stop a radiator leak from within. As with all under-the-hood leaks, it’s important to take action as soon as a coolant leak is detected before it becomes a major problem. At the first sign of leaking coolant or low coolant levels, here are four simple steps to fix your radiator leak quickly, and get your life back on the road.

Inspect the radiator: Do a visual check to spot where the leak is — in the radiator itself,…

Posted in: Cooling, Leaks

When is an Oil Leak Serious?

When you see a huge puddle of oil beneath your car, it’s never good news, and you can be fairly sure it’s a serious problem. But what if you only see a bit of oil? Or what if your oil level goes down, but you never see any leaks? What if your leaks only occur when your engine is cold or parked on an incline? With so many potential signs and types of engine oil leaks, it can be difficult to know when a leak is a big problem and when it isn’t.

No engine oil leak is good, but it doesn’t mean you should panic at the first drop of oil you see on the ground. It’s important to pay close attention to your…

Posted in: Engine, Oil

Why is my Car Leaking Oil While Driving?

Not all engine oil leaks are the same. Some are visible all the time, with puddles of oil visible wherever you park. Others appear when you’re parked on an incline. Others may not show up when your engine is cold and only appear while you’re driving. This last type of engine oil leak can be hard to detect, but it can create big problems.

The only way to see if your engine is leaking oil while you’re driving is to keep a close eye on your engine oil level. While most modern vehicles include an oil level and life monitor, older-model cars need to be checked using the dipstick. We suggest checking it on a regular basis. Make a habit of checking your oil level…

Posted in: Engine, Oil