Now comes word that the Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA) is starting to police its members a little more heavily. According to a story in Lubes ‘N Greases magazine, a recent test by the organization found six of 20 passenger car motor oils that were tested failed or were misrepresented in their labeling. That’s a 35 percent failure rate, which is something sure to raise a few red flags somewhere!
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