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Old 03-02-12, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default Changing coolant(antifreeze)

My car is jacked up and i am changing oils and filters on my 05 2.0 hdi. Been trying to find any info on changing the coolant but can not find anything, can anybody help me, is there any bleed valves or is it just take bottom hose off and it self bleeds, can not find a drain plug on rad. Also can anyone tell me the oil and rad capacity .Thanks

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Oil capacity 5.3litres - make sure to use the right oil mind for the turbo/DPF

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need remove botom pipe on radiotor to empty
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just looked on servicebox but cant see any drainplug. bottom hose off it is then , has anyone mentioned servicebox to you yet ??
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just looked on servicebox but cant see any drainplug. bottom hose off it is then , has anyone mentioned servicebox to you yet ??
What is servicebox. Is there any bleed valves i need to undo, or do you just fill it up slowly and it self bleeds. Thanks
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What is servicebox. Is there any bleed valves i need to undo, or do you just fill it up slowly and it self bleeds. Thanks
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Will try service box , many thanks.
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