Yes. After that you will need a new engine.
Lack of oil changes.
The most common cause of engine lockup is a lack of oil. Also, an engine overheating from lack of coolant can cause an engine to lock up.
No, but you need to make sure that whenever you decide to run that engine in a car you have oil in it.
The answer to this depends on what kind of oil you are talking about. If you put a heavier weight oil (like 5 weight) in your car instead of say,30 weight, it will cause your car to act sluggish in the cold weather because the oil is thicker. If you put a lighter weight (30 weight ) in a vehicle that needs a heavier oil, the car will still run but not as well as using the correct type of oil. If you put transmission oil in your car's engine oil pan by mistake; you should empty out the oil pan immediately (when the oil and car are cold) and flush it or refill it with the correct oil as soon as you have realized it was the wrong oil.
The oil on the road keeps the water from settling on the ground, and when the water freezes on top of the oil it doesnt allow a stable surface and cause the car too break loose
Lack of oil changes.
Not unless you loose enough oil to cause a lack of lubrication.
Lack of oil changes. Will. Cause a bering to spin
no old oil will not stop a car beacause at least the car has oil
lack of oil
Yes.having low or no oil causes friction in the pistons which will cause car 2overheat.
Too much oil is just as bad as too little. The crankshaft will make contact with the oil and whip it into a froth. This will cause air to be trapped in the oil, and air is a poor lubricant. In time you will have engine damage from lack of lubrication.
If oil pressure is low it certainly can cause the car to overheat. This is because the mechanisms are not being properly lubricated with enough oil.
Lack of proper lubrication, i.e. oil.
age, damage, lack of grease I think it is cause by lack of oil on the bearing that will cause metal to metal contact which will cause over heating
Lack of water in you engine block. Lack of oil in your engine block. Can cause piston siege.