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[Engine] Bad engine reviews
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Hi just bought a berlingo multi space 08 have not had one since c15 model which was Mr reliable but dead as door nail !! Just a little worried about bad engine reviews really like this car lovely drive loads of room, car and van all in one. Any good reviews on engine 70000 on clock no service history ????
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#2
What engine and spec have you got. Loads of info on the various engines fitted in your motor. First thing I would do would be to give it a good service and check everything out so you have a base to start from.
Are we there yet????? Huh
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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#3
THANKS. 1.6 hdi I had a hitch fitted by my local mechanic he gave it quick look over little worried about little crust of oil on exhaust it was fully serviced when i got it, oil black now but that normal with diesel engines i believe
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#4
Make sure you use the correct type of oil in these engines, there is loads on here to scare you to death about turbo failures and egr problems and oil contamination. Supurb little engine you just have to look after it.
Are we there yet????? Huh
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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#5
Great can you recommend a good oil, like to change it myself at least then you know it is right oil can't see garages putting expensive oil in . so many of these cars on road hard to see them being a bad motor.listening to my mechanic and reading some of stuff on here I was scared to death.
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(16-12-2012, 11:40 AM)jblock Wrote:  Great can you recommend a good oil, like to change it myself at least then you know it is right oil can't see garages putting expensive oil in . so many of these cars on road hard to see them being a bad motor.listening to my mechanic and reading some of stuff on here I was scared to death.

I would stick to the exact oil citroen recommend regardless of its price.-sometimes this is on a plate near the engine or in the manual/service book.
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#7
For mine I use only TOTAL Quartz Ineo ECS 5w-30. I get it for €4.40/liter. I'm sure others will be as good as long as they meet the PSA spec. The topic of oil has been beaten to death on the forum so have a search and you'll get a lot of thoughts/into to troll thru.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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#8
what about engine wash or filling with diesel,leave over night flush out next day or is this over kill !!!!!
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#9
NO

The only thing you should ever flush with is new oil of the correct spec
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#10
Thanks for all the help ,Total Quartz inceo ecs 5w-30 seems to be the oil .what about diesel treatments any good.
http://www.aussieFrogs.com had good advice on oil to use.
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