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Old 07-04-18, 11:49 AM   #1
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Could anybody let me know the engine oil spec for a 2008 2 litre Turbo HDI 16v 140 hp please.
I have been through the handbook but can't find the info anywhere.
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Old 07-04-18, 02:39 PM   #2
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Recommend is total oil

Link is the pick your model
Total GBR Mobile

Hopefully that will sort it for you
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Recommend is total oil

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Hopefully that will sort it for you
Appreciate the feedback Could you just confirm for me that a 5w 30 fully synthetic oil is the correct one please.
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Appreciate the feedback Could you just confirm for me that a 5w 30 fully synthetic oil is the correct one please.

This is the one recommended by Peugeot.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Total-Quart...+synthetic+oil

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I thought that they now recommend 0/30 fully synth C2 oil for all diesel models now.
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Yes for your car Id use 5w30 i normally buy total oil though if its low ash guess you would be okay
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I thought that they now recommend 0/30 fully synth C2 oil for all diesel models now.


Is it ? I think the ford spec 5w30 is thin enough lol


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Is it ? I think the ford spec 5w30 is thin enough lol


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The 0w30 is for stop start ehdi models as I understand it

Very thin lol
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0W30 INEO FIRST TOTAL is what Peugeot put in my HDI stop start.
5w30 in my non s/s HDIs

Bopper 2008 will have the 5w30.

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