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Hi there. I'm a new owner of 1.6 hdi as of today it's a 2006 with 75000 on the clock and a stamped book up to 67000 . Now I have never owned a Citroen of any sort before never mind a berlingo. Must say there a nice small car to drive did around trip of 76 miles in it and it's lite on the fuel! Just found this forum with a google search looks like I have some reading to do!
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Hello Tom and welcome
Good choice of car however,from the mileages you quote just about everyone here will tell you to get the oil changed pronto.
Do a search on "Turbo" -theres some good advice to be had
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Hello and welcome Tom. Thats excellent advice from Evdama. Total Quartz INEO 5W/30 ECS oil and a new filter of course. The engine temp at drain down is important too (90'). A check on the oil feed line filter to the turbo (if it's still in place, some people remove them).
All this info is available on the forum. Ol'Jeffers did a good post on this subject as have other members.
Best of luck
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Hello Tom and welcome
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Thanks for the welcome. Yes I have the oil to do ASAP. More than likely it will be next week end. Just have to find the right oil first. I know the Total Quartz INEO 5W/30 ECS would be the right one to use but I have never seen it in any of the local shops. May have to go with the Halfords 5-30w.
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(20-01-2013, 09:21 AM)Tom H Wrote:  Thanks for the welcome. Yes I have the oil to do ASAP. More than likely it will be next week end. Just have to find the right oil first. I know the Total Quartz INEO 5W/30 ECS would be the right one to use but I have never seen it in any of the local shops. May have to go with the Halfords 5-30w.
You would find this a a Citroen dealer -
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Will go there then. Thanks for the pointer evdama.
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#9
TOM!!! Halfords do sell a suitable oil!! Link below:
http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/store...yId_165581

Yes it's expensive. You can also save a bit and get the correct stuff from Neilsons which is about £30 delivered. Link below:

http://www.nielsencdg.co.uk/acatalog/Tot...T_2d151261
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I was in Halfords yesterday looking at there oil range and seen the 5/30. Just did not have enough cash on me. I was a quid short!
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