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Old 29-06-17, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default Oil and Filters for 1.6 Hdi with DPF

Hi Guys

Sorry to ask for your help once more but it is time to change the oil and filters in my 307 1.6 Hdi. It has a DPF and is the 110 bhp unit. It is a 2004 model, has 84k on the clock and has a full service history with oil/filter change every 12 months, I know this is correct as it is my mothers old car.

After reading the posts on line I am going to buy the Total 5w 30 low saps oil as recommended. I understand that there are fake items on the market that is little more than filtered/cleaned used oil or cheap rubbish in a Total can. Can anyone recommend a decent on-line supplier as non of the motor factors in my area sell it.

Now on to the subject of filters, I am going to get the fuel/oil/air filter changed and due to personal differences with my local dealer I refuse to use them even for spares. Now all my local motor factors sell filters from the usual suspects Mann, Framm, Coopers, Bosch and other brands I have never heard of. I am tempted to go for Mann as I have used them in the past and can get them through work at a decent price.

What is your experience of these filters or can you recommend a decent on-line source for a preferred make.

I would like to buy the most appropriate oil and filters given the tendency for this engine to cook the turbo due to oil starvation.

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Nielsen CDG sell via Amazon, eBay and their own website. Never had a problem buying the 5 litres Total ineo stuff from them. Used Mann filters and they seem fine. I do oil changes every 6000 miles for the reason you mentioned.
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You can't go wrong with Mann and bosch filters.
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Purflux are the OEM manufactures you can often get them for around the same price as the Bosch etc
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Old 30-06-17, 01:29 PM   #5
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Thanks for the information guys, saw Total oil from Nielsen CDG and it seemed a little cheap to be genuine, but have ordered it now.

Can remember ordering Purflux filters direct from France for my 504 and 505 when Peugeot were still a niche manufacturer and spares where hard to come by. Didn't know they were still in existence, unfortunately can not seem to find any on line, the retailers i have looked at say that the item may be a Purflux or other 'trusted' manufacturer. Think I would trust Mann or Bosch rather than a retailers 'trusted' manufacturer. If anyone could give me a heads up to a retailer who stocks these I will be greatfull.

Thanks again for your help.
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