1.6 HDi Buying guide

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crapday69
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Re: 1.6 HDi Buying guide

Post by crapday69 »

I change the oil and filter on mine every 6 month without fail. Been doing that since I got the C4 in 2010 and continued it with my C5. You can get the Total Quartz 9000 Future NFC 5W-30 Engine Oil for £22 on Amazon. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00 ... UTF8&psc=1 so don't try it on the cheap for the sake of a tenner.

I'll be doing mine this week for the winter.

Gary.

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Re: 1.6 HDi Buying guide

Post by MikeT »

Gary, yiou can get it for under £17 but that's not the recommended ol for these engines AFAIK. Total Ineo ECS is PSA certified and recommended for DPF engines (low saps).
http://www4.total.fr/asia-oceania/austr ... 3%20EN.pdf