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Old 31-05-17, 07:19 PM   #1
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Default 1.6hdi oil change interval

hi all. interested in a 2008 1.6hdi.

does anyone know what the intervals were when the car was new in 2008. had they gone from 20k to 12k by then

looking at a car with 95k on the clock which has had 8 services so not far off
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Old 31-05-17, 07:24 PM   #2
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Think it was 12.

And I'd opt for the lower on a 1.6hdi - the more frequent, the better on this engine
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hi..I suppose im a bit old fashioned but I stilll prefer yearly not mileage...its not dear but it can be if left too long...
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6 months or 6000 is my interval.
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agree with jimmy....but I meant to say in my post at least....theirs no substitute for good oil....as a passing thought ...in my last job..some of the vehicles should have been fitted with hour meters like plant machines have as most my transits sat ticking over in the winter during lunch beaks....(no miles but loads of hours)
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hi all i have had a few 1.6 hdis. my mums is only 150k now still original turbo. stick to 6k oil changes and genuine filter

i only asked when new as most 307s started off at 20k and thats what did some of the damage

even though the services are up to date i always change oil and filter when buying anyway
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Old 31-05-17, 08:15 PM   #7
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Doing the maths, it's not far off the 12k mark as you say,
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fault-Reade...words=obd+tool

i have this obd tool plus peugeot planet. trouble is i dont want to lug my laptop around to see as the batterys naff. has anyone used one of these on a 1.6hdi 2008 model
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for the cost of one of those cheap readers, you can get a replacement battery for a laptop off ebay.

It'd probably be ok, it won't show as much in depth info as planet, and could miss some codes. But plenty of folks use them.
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Buy a new battery for the laptop. Had plenty of non oem batteries for various laptops - mainly from Amazon and all have been at least as good as the OEM with most being better with a greater capacity than the original.
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