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#1 2024-06-16 17:52:50

RegW
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service intervals

2006 2.0 HDI turbo
I just reset the service light as it's had a new cambelt kit, oil/filters etc
and will probably do oil/filter changes at 10 thou and cambelt at 50 thou

I was wondering if I didn't and waited for the service light to come on
what are the factory service intervals?

Edit:
Its OK, I just started it and see it's reset a counter for 20,000 miles
That's fine, it wont be nagging me anytime soon.

Last edited by RegW (2024-06-16 23:02:17)


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#2 2024-06-17 02:40:33

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Re: service intervals

80,000 for the timing belt on mine, but when i bought the van I couldn't find out when it was last changed so just had it done.  Don't know for the oil/air.  I swap my oil and filter every 4-6 months, air every year.  I did the gearbox oil after I bought it, that one is definitely worth doing if you haven't done it,, the stuff I pulled out was like treacle and the smell was horrendous, like burnt oil.  A couple of litres of 75w-80 and a tube of moly gear slip and that was fixed too.

Mine is the 2006 2.0 HDI as well.  I don't think I have a service light and if I do, it's never come on. wink

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#3 2024-06-17 15:51:33

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Re: service intervals

Mine doesn't have a service light per se so I probably gave a misleading description

When the ignition is turned on, the odo displays a spanner and number for
a few second before displaying the actual mileage
I think mine was around 1300 IIRC
This will eventually count down from the current 20000 I have reset it to.

I'll look into doing a gearbox oil change soon
2L of 75w-90 and some moly eh?
good to know, noted.

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#4 2024-06-18 12:17:36

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Re: service intervals

This a post from my thread after I bought the van.  It's 75w-80 gearbox oil, sorry mind fuzzy and all that.  The Moly Slip was a suggestion from someone else on here.  It worked.  Also you need a square socket to get the drain plug out.  I filled it from the breather tube, which as I remember is below the airbox and has a red cap on it.  I did mine primarily because the gearbox isn't in great shape, but it's worked fine for the time i've had it.

Did the change today.  Needed an 8mm square drive socket, which I didn't have, but Halfords did.  Bit of trial and error.  I started out by pulling the wrong bolt out, twice.  Eventually worked out which one it was.  Dropped the oil and it was in a bit of a bad state.  Black/brown with a weird smell, probably burnt.  I refilled it with 2L of this (Mannol Fully Synthetic) 75w80.

4L MANNOL MTF-4 Getriebeoel 75W-80 API GL-4 - £24 for 4L seemed a good price.  I have enough spare to redo it sometime down the line.  Maybe when the odometer says 250,000 miles

I also squirted a tube of Moly Gearbox Protector in after reading a previous thread on gearbox oil changes.

Moly Gearbox Protector - EuroCarParts £11

Is the correct amount 1.9L or 2.6L?  I put 2L in for now.

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