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08.05.2020 16:28 # 1
qqyyxx
Friends previously & nbsp; I was using 10/40 castrol oil in my 2004 mod 14 hdi vehicle, I was changing 10000 km later, there was no such thing as burning and burning, but on the advice of some friends in the forum I put mobile 1 3000 5/40 oil, I made 7000 km & nbsp; In the morning, the oil indicator of the vehicle began to flash. When I looked at it, a little oil appeared on the end of the bar. what is it doing 10/40 & nbsp; Should I use 5/40 anymore.
08.05.2020 16:28 # 2
koliva
[QUOTE = qqyyxx] Friends before & nbsp; I was using 10/40 castrol oil in my 2004 mod 14 hdi vehicle, I was changing 10000 km later, there was no such thing as burning and burning, but on the advice of some friends in the forum I put mobile 1 3000 5/40 oil, I made 7000 km & nbsp; In the morning, the oil indicator of the vehicle began to flash. When I looked at it, a little oil appeared on the end of the bar. what is it doing 10/40 & nbsp; Should I use 5/40 anymore.
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Have you checked the crankcase plug and the filter assembly for possible leaks? When you moved your car, did you see any oil drop in the place you parked?
08.05.2020 16:28 # 3
qqyyxx
there is no leak etc. & nbsp; I did not come across a point that could leak out of the oil chamber. I had the oil change at the end of September. It seems strange to me that the shortage of this km will disappear in a short time.
08.05.2020 16:28 # 4
koliva
Can you write the full model, engine power of your vehicle? You can add this information to your signature. There is no need to be asked again in the future.
08.05.2020 16:28 # 5
06OzGuR06
5/40 oil is thinner than 10/40. It may be leaking from the turbocharger hose, or it may have burned this oil by circulating it from the circlip. Continue to 10/40. I do so. No problem then.
08.05.2020 16:28 # 6
qqyyxx
[QUOTE = koliva] Can you write the exact model, engine power of your vehicle? You can add this information to your signature. There is no need to be asked again in the future. [/ QUOTE]
& nbsp;
& nbsp;
206 1,4 hdi & nbsp; 55 kw & nbsp; & nbsp; There are no other diesel engine options. Standard.
& nbsp;
engine accustomed & nbsp; Then we get used to 5/40 with time, then the engine's operation was quieter after this oil. or it will be necessary to change or reinforce it every 5000 km
08.05.2020 16:28 # 7
koliva
[QUOTE = qqyyxx] [QUOTE = koliva] Can you write the full model, engine power of your vehicle? You can add this information to your signature. There is no need to be asked again in the future. [/ QUOTE]
& nbsp;
& nbsp;
206 1,4 hdi & nbsp; 55 kw & nbsp; & nbsp; There are no other diesel engine options. Standard.
& nbsp;
engine getting used to & nbsp; Then we get used to 5/40 with time, then the engine's operation was quieter after this oil. Or it will be necessary to change or reinforce it every 5000 km. You can look over here. How many kilometers of your vehicle? If not, I think there is another problem here. You checked the oil on the smooth ground, didn't you? Did you check the level when the oil was first placed in one? What was it?

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08.05.2020 16:28 # 8
yavuz25
We say that the oil is thickened as the engine wears, but nobody listens "Smile". If there is no leak, 5/40 oil burned. Escape from the burnt burned. Go back to 10/40.
08.05.2020 16:28 # 9
caan_caan
friends 97 engine 306 peugeot car engine oil capacity net net & nbsp; I will be happy if you give me information.
08.05.2020 16:28 # 10
qqyyxx
yes, my car has been 130 thousand i think it burns oil but it does not come out of the black smoke from exhaust, there is no darkening at the exhaust end, & nbsp; Is there a need to go to recirculation in the engine to prevent fat burning?
08.05.2020 16:28 # 11
yavuz25
[QUOTE = qqyyxx] yes my car has been 130 thousand i think it burns oil but it does not come out of the black smoke from the exhaust there is no darkening in the exhaust end, & nbsp; Is there a need to go to recirculation in the engine to prevent oil burn. maz. "Wink" If it burns less oil, you cannot understand black smoke or something. If I think there is no need for refinement. "Wink"
08.05.2020 16:28 # 12
yavuz25
[QUOTE = qqyyxx] yes my car has been 130 thousand i think it burns oil but it does not come out of the black smoke from the exhaust there is no darkening in the exhaust end, & nbsp; Is there a need to go to recirculation in the engine to prevent fat burning. [/ QUOTE]
I would put 20/50 if I knew it would not be a problem.
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