Diesel versions require a 5W-30 synthetic low sap product to ensure the correct protection and performance of the DPF system. Some Petrol versions have the option to use 10W-40 but we recommend a synthetic 5W-40 for improved cold starting and fuel economy benefits for all petrol engines. It’s important to check the service interval as outlined in the owner’s manual, as this varies dependent on engine version and year of manufacture.
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I am, officially, the first person to receive training at the enormous new Bosch training centre in Uxbridge. When I say the centre is new, itâ€™s so new that most of it still only exists on some architects drawings. The buildingâ€™s there, sure enough, but at the moment it’s just a shell.
Euro Car Parts Battery Application Guide 2010 is available NOW. The guide covers a comprehensive application listing from Alfa Romeo to Volvo. Technical data information is also covered. Details on the full range of Bosch, […]