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About Us

We cover a wide range of distribution area in West MALAYSIA.

Established since 2015, YC formally called Yan Cheng Enterprise is a marketing and trading company of automotive products with a strongly focus in engine oil and batteries.

With its in-house logistics team to ensure efficient response to customers, YC LUBE AND BATTERY SDN BHD has established a wide distribution network for its products, covering major Car Workshop, Battery Shop and Car Accessories shop. We work closely with our business partners and brand principals to grow and build their brands through our strong trade rapport and in-depth knowledge of the local market.




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Our Services

We Provide Professional Car Battery Services


Our specialist will come to you with a brand-new car battery. We offer free delivery and installation, so you only pay for the battery. Our mobile technicians are well trained, competent, and equipped with the right tools to help you get back on the road safely.

Battery Delivery


We will diagnose according to a wide range of perspectives including leaking, cracked, bulging, corrosion, damaged or any indication acid is leaking up.

Battery Diagnose


Our technician will assist you in placing your new battery in the battery tray & will make sure it is properly installed to prevent movement or unnecessarily vibration wear.

Battery Installation


Our Products Range

We Supply Quality Products


Engine oils and lubricants specifically designed to meet the ever increasingly strict demands of the contemporary passenger vehicle market.

Lubricants Oil


Vehicle batteries are an essential part of an automobile. From getting your car started to charging your phone on-the-go, batteries provide the zap your vehicle needs to keep rolling.

Vehicle Batteries


Tyres are essential to your vehicle. They determine such things as geometry and balance, and are the only point of contact between your vehicle and the road.



Air filter prevents debris from entering the engine. By allowing clean air to enter engine, it helps to improve gas mileage, better acceleration, increase engine life and overall better engine performance.



To achieve the best possible braking performance and stopping distance, it’s important to match the driving style and vehicle with the right brake pad formulation. You can select and fit the right Bendix brake pad for virtually every application with absolute confidence.

Brake Products


We offer the latest technology in spark plug design & performance that can help you improve your engine performance & fuel economy.

Spark Plug


Antifreeze and Coolants with OE fill Glysantin, screenwashes and other radiator products



From brake fluids to greases - all sorts of products for any sized workshop or fleet


Liquid treatments for oil and fuel to maximise engine performance.




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Frequently Asked Question

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Oil plays a vital role within an engine, as it performs three key functions: it provides engine lubrication, provides a degree of cooling and provides engine cleaning (with the use of various additives in the formulation). When the incorrect oil is used, or the oil is not changed at the manufacturer's recommended intervals or the amount of oil is not checked regularly between service intervals, it can lead to significant and costly engine damage.
The time when a single grade of engine would cover almost the entire vehicle parc is now a thing of the past. Choosing the right engine oil has become more complicated due to engines becoming more complicated, fundamentally because of increasingly demanding environmental legislation. To meet these requirements, as well as changes in design and materials, vehicle manufacturers have to resort to systems like EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation), exhaust after-treatment systems (catalytic converters/diesel particulate filters) and turbochargers to meet these demanding emissions regulations. The result is a shift towards OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) specific products. In conclusion, modern engines require manufacturer specific engines oils.
ACEA (European Automobile Manufacturers Association) is made up of the major vehicle manufacturers in Europe. They set and regularly update specifications (known as sequences) for both cars and commercial vehicles, and for cars these are A/B sequences (for petrol and diesel respectively) and C sequences (for exhaust after-treatment friendly oils). ACEA sequences are considered as the minimum industry standard for engine oils, as many manufacturer specifications are developed with ACEA sequences as the basis.
This can occur when manufacturers jointly develop a series of engines. Although there are some common components between the engines, the vehicle manufacturer may choose to amend or tweak other parts and this in turn can lead to different oil specifications. It may also be a result of a particular vehicle manufacturer wanting the oil requirements to be in line with the rest of their range.
Antifreeze/coolant is designed to help protect cooling systems against freezing by lowering the freezing point, it protects against overheating by raising the boiling point and it protects against corrosion, but only when it is mixed correctly with water. All ethylene glycol based antifreeze/coolants achieve the first two in a very similar way but it's only when we start to consider the additive package, (the bit that handles corrosion protection) when we start to see the differences between modern coolants.
Different types of antifreeze/coolant are based on different technologies that may not be compatible with each other. Mixing different types of antifreeze/coolant could cause unpredictable results and potentially damage the cooling system. Like with any other car part, the advice here is to always follow the OEM's specification.
Brake fluid is hygroscopic which means that it absorbs water from the air around it hence why you are always advised to start each new brake fluid change with an unopened container of brake fluid. However, absorbing water is part of brake fluid's function. By keeping water locked in tight it stops it from pooling in the lower areas of a braking system. This helps to maintain hydraulic pressure, protects against corrosion and maintains the viscosity of the fluid. The downside is that as the brake fluid absorbs water its boiling point drops and eventually brake fluid will absorb enough water such that boiling point becomes dangerously low. This is essentially how the service life of brake fluid is defined.
Vehicle technology has moved on and nowadays the modern family car weighs more, accelerates harder and travels substantially faster than its older counterpart. It therefore requires significantly more braking force to bring modern vehicles to a stop. Combined with complex, computer controlled functions such as ABS and ESP, the higher weight and faster speed of modern vehicles makes modern brake systems considerably more demanding on brake fluid than they ever were. Modern-day vehicles therefore need modern, high performance brake fluids in order to keep them braking effectively and safely.