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Old 23-10-18, 04:17 AM   #1
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Hi all,i have a bipper tepee 1.3 hdi,does anyone know when the timing chain should be changed please (miles) ? thankyou,paul.
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Old 23-10-18, 11:59 AM   #2
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When it gets noisy. It's not like a belt which can fail suddenly.

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Old 24-10-18, 08:12 PM   #3
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Thanks Roger
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When it gets noisy. It's not like a belt which can fail suddenly.

Roger.
Thanks Roger.
I intend buying a older bipper (2014) but I need know which I should maintenance and what parts I should have more attention.
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Its not actually a peugeot engine its actually a fiat engine used in vauxhalls too its not actually a peugeot van to be fair its more fiat than anything else
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Old 02-11-18, 11:05 PM   #6
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The single most important thing is to change the oil and filter on schedule and use exactly the right oil. Your local motor factor will have it in stock. Other than that, follow the service schedule as per the handbook.
No guarantee you won't have trouble but you are going a long way to minimising the likelihood by keeping up with maintenance.

Let me re-emphasise, don't skimp on oil changes or using cheap oil.

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