... anything I haven't tried before, but I plan on adding a bottle of Tufoil at my next oil change. I haven't heard anything negative about it (and I do some pretty thorough searching), and people really do attest to it's properties. The product is only about ten dollars, but if it could help... well, you get the picture.
The FAQ says: "Tufoil helps prevent the clamping of hot parts and you will find hot starting much easier. New laboratory test data shows that engine oil runs 42% cooler with Tufoil."
Please share your experience, should you decide to go that route!
Help, the summer is here and my 94 4.0 6 cyc.Grand Cherokee has a starting problem when it gets hot outside. A short scenario, my jeep runs great never any problems until the summer and warm weather arrives. I can drive it to a few places in the morning stopping and starting with no problem but then maybe later in the day say I go to a store park come back out 20 minutes later turn on the ignition and it will not start. The ignition will keep cranking but it will not start. If I pop open the hood to the engine, open the doors and wait 10 minutes it will start every time. But this is very irritating and frustrating to deal with. I have had it to the Jeep dealership 3 times for this problem and of course by the time they get around to looking at it the car will start. If anybody out there has any suggestions to offer I would be very grateful since this has been a couple of years dealing with this.
Thanks so much Kattykay