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Old 01-02-13, 07:06 AM   #1
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Default 407 1.6hdi oil pressure too low - no coolant?

Hi, my 407 started to jerk then lost power with message oil pressure to low, then it wouldn't start, it seemed to empty the coolant as when checked it was empty, we filled it up but it vanished (not on to the floor) then filled up again and it seemed to stay, the mechanic commented there looked way too much oil in the dip stick but possibly that was where the water went?
Does this sound like a head gasket?
The heating seemed fine before the fault, no milky substance around the oil?
Any advise appreciated! Thanks
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Old 01-02-13, 07:31 AM   #2
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Heard stories of it getting into sump , something to do with the DPF system i think , get the sump of asap , oil level will rise and blow turbo .
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