Inside Line: RMI

All engine types, banging or clonking noise when manoeuvring/parking – front hub bearing outer case loose in the hub, replace with modified parts only.

All diesel engines fitted with DPF system – constant aborted DPF regeneration cycles will ultimately dilute the engine oil with diesel, if this goes unnoticed and the level continues to rise the engine will self-ingest the oil and could cause the engine to run flat out and self-destruct.

2.2 HDi engine premature cam belt failure – this can be caused by a slight coolant leak from the cooling system header tank going into the timing belt cover.

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