Q: What are VOCs?
A: Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) means any compound containing at least one atom of carbon, excluding certain compounds. Examples of products which contain VOCs include glass cleaners, engine shampoos, brake cleaners, carburetor or fuel-injection air intake cleaners, and windshield washer solvents.

Q: Is there any consideration of having an interval schedule for power steering fluid? After all, it does wear and gets material in it.
A: Power steering fluids and systems are designed to be filled for life. No fluid changes are necessary unless the system is dismantled.

Q: It is sometimes difficult to keep track of what chemicals go with what vehicles. How can I manage this information or is the information compiled anywhere?
A: There are quick reference charts for a number of the chemicals and lubricants. Click on the Quick Reference Charts link on the red bar (www.fcsdchemicalsandlubricants.com).

Q: I have a question concerning one of the Ford/Motorcraft chemical and lubricant products I use. Whom do I contact?
A: Please submit your question via the SDS Help Desk (msds@brownart.com), or call the SDS Help Desk at 800-448-2063.

Q: Some companies market a "universal" antifreeze/coolant claiming that their product can be used for all vehicle applications. Can I use a "universal" antifreeze/coolant in my vehicle?
A: Ford does not recommend the use of non-approved "universal" coolants in Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles. For more information on Ford’s position on "universal" antifreeze/coolants and potential consequences of using an incompatible coolant, please read the following  statement.