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correct oil
#1
hi can anyone tell me the correct oil to use on a 2005 2.0hdi?
any particular make etc?
cheers
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#2
My 2003 2.0 HDi requires semi synthetic oil. Don't know the e.g. 15w-40 figures, off top of head. Always used Halfords semi. Prob not cheapest, but hopefully conforms to standards. Don't you have car handbook?
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#3
I believe the Citroen recommended oil is

http://www.nielsencdg.co.uk/acatalog/Tot...T_2d148650
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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#4
Use the above in mine and its kept it running nice and sweat, so won't be changing to anything else any time soon.
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