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Firstly hello all. Just bought a 2009 Expert 2.0hdi 120 as my new works van and i'm quite impressed.

Although I have a couple of questions regards a couple of things.

Could anyone tell me where to find the DPF if its fitted. Have had a look and all there seems to be is a small box just before the flexi section of the exhaust, the half way along what looks loke the cat the the rear box.

Went to see my usual garage yesterday to ask about cambelt intervals. He checked autodata and its tells him that its a chain and not a belt. I problem reckon is a chain that links the cams but not as the main drive?

Anyone ever used or use filters from Comline. Have had them fitted by the garage on previous cars, and seen them being sold at the local factors and their website state all the usual OEM quality etc.


Thanks for any info given, and hope to have more input soon:thumb:
 
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Ok. Your van has no dpf. Also there is a timing belt and its due at 80k. Any garage that can't answer that simple has it a belt of not is not worth doing business with. They seem to not know modern engines and their layout.
Comline parts? Depends on what parts you are using.
For filters I only use Mann filters and the correct oil is a must and it is Total Quartz INEO 5w30.
Your van has a dual mass flywheel alright but with careful driving should be ok.

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Thanks for the info. It does suprise me how some garages just look at an autodata manual and just quote what it says. To be fair to them though they hadn't carried out any work on the van, I just went in to ask.

The van has 140k on the clock with full main dealer service, so would the cambelt have been done as part of the dealer service schedule?

Hand book states the use of 5 40 aswell as the ecs oil, but took it that the ecs was for use with the dpf.

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Thanks for your help David. I presume then that the ECS oil offers other advantages other than just the DPF.

Will ring the dealer who has serviced the van since new.
 

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Turns out cambelt has never been changed so is getting done right away.

One other thing, whats the small radiator type thing on the underside of the van. It has what looks like fuel pipes going to it.

Any ideas?
 
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