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Redex engine flush oil 400ml £1.51 @ Tesco Instore

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Tesco Instore @ Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire Overview Redex Engine Flush cleans the whole engine internally, combating engine wear and improving performance. Read More
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Tesco Instore @ Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

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Redex Engine Flush cleans the whole engine internally, combating engine wear and improving performance.
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#1
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#2
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#3
Cheap as chips, heat added.
#4
Hope it's nationwide
banned#5
In before the " I wouldn't use this in my car " brigade
If you don't like it don't use it
11 Likes #6
Used this on my very first car....a ten year old Mk3 Escort. The resultant cloud out of the exhaust caused a nuclear winter in the north of England.
1 Like #7
This is ok if you're in a fix, and your car hasn't had regular oil changes. Best stuff to use though is a proper flushing oil. Follow the instructions, don't be driving with this stuff, at least not for long.

It shouldn't make anything come out of your exhaust unless it sends your oil level above the max, or there's something seriously wrong with your engine.
3 Likes #8
Manufactures insist you don't use oil additives or anything like this.
Some also say that because the engine is old (you won't use this in a new car), it is best to leave the deposits alone as an aggressive agent would also take away parts of the seals.
Never heard anyone saying "I used this and I got some performance enhancement".
#9
This stuff is pointless at any price
#10
Yes agree...
A total money spinner....

Going to post it hot tho... Let the fools boost our economy...
1 Like #11
Snake oil for cars

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d7/Snake-oil.png

Edited By: joshm on Oct 19, 2012 14:43: ..
#12
Snake oil, if you really want an engine flush just use some diesel.
#13
mb021
Yes agree...
A total money spinner....

Going to post it hot tho... Let the fools boost our economy...
Huh ?, pointless
joshm
Snake oil for cars
Lold
#14
Used a similar one in a mk3 escort too. Then the next day on a motorway one of the pistons broke in the engine! Related? Hmm...
1 Like #15
There is no substitute for regular scheduled oil changes.
#16
mcfly666
Snake oil, if you really want an engine flush just use some diesel.

So if you have a petrol engine, you should just put some diesel in it and that will fix it up proper nice? Hmm, anyone got some refurb engine deals, ready just in case? :P
2 Likes #17
mcfly666
Snake oil, if you really want an engine flush just use some diesel.

My car's already a diesel, what do I use instead? LPG?
#18
Every car I've used this stuff in develops a fault soon after. I really must stop using it...
#19
MaximusRo
Manufactures insist you don't use oil additives or anything like this.
Some also say that because the engine is old (you won't use this in a new car), it is best to leave the deposits alone as an aggressive agent would also take away parts of the seals.
Never heard anyone saying "I used this and I got some performance enhancement".

+1
The fuel additive version of this stuff ruined my fuel pump!


Edited By: shuwaz on Oct 19, 2012 11:34: extra info.
1 Like #20
It would ruin ur fuel pump as this is an engine cleaner 2 separate systems. Have used the fuel one every 3 thousand miles for the last 5 years and never had a problem
banned#21
shunka
It would ruin ur fuel pump as this is an engine cleaner 2 separate systems. Have used the fuel one every 3 thousand miles for the last 5 years and never had a problem

lol too true
#22
DoctorHibbert
Used this on my very first car....a ten year old Mk3 Escort. The resultant cloud out of the exhaust caused a nuclear winter in the north of England.

I wondered why it had gotten a bit nippier than usual, almost had to buy a coat so I could put one on!
#23
shunka
It would ruin ur fuel pump as this is an engine cleaner 2 separate systems. Have used the fuel one every 3 thousand miles for the last 5 years and never had a problem

Doh!

I meant the other one - the fuel additive.
#24
fishmaster
mcfly666
Snake oil, if you really want an engine flush just use some diesel.

So if you have a petrol engine, you should just put some diesel in it and that will fix it up proper nice? Hmm, anyone got some refurb engine deals, ready just in case? :P

Diesel in place of the engine oil makes an excellent flush. ATF is probably the best flushing fluid but a tad pricer.

Empty the old oil, fill engine (not tank) with the require amount of diesel. Run at idle for a few minutes then drain and it'll pull all the crap out. Only really needed if there's a problem like stuck lifter, contaminated oil etc. Would do it on a normal oil change.
#25
hotfinder
Used a similar one in a mk3 escort too. Then the next day on a motorway one of the pistons broke in the engine! Related? Hmm...

No mate that's just a mk3 escort for ya :)
#26
This is not needed in any car "flush the system" hahahahaha
#27
Best thing to do this job is drain your oil replace it and the filter with some cheap correct grade oil run through for 20 mins then drain and then replace oil and filter with the good stuff, costs about a tenner extra but well worth it.
#28
DoctorHibbert
Used this on my very first car....a ten year old Mk3 Escort. The resultant cloud out of the exhaust caused a nuclear winter in the north of England.

Isn't there a constant cloud in your locale.... it is after all grim up North?;)
#29
MaximusRo
Never heard anyone saying "I used this and I got some performance enhancement".
It's not about getting any kind of performance enhancement, it's about getting rid of sludge. http://www.schleeter.com/oil-sludge.htm
#30
ohitsaidwalker
DoctorHibbert
Used this on my very first car....a ten year old Mk3 Escort. The resultant cloud out of the exhaust caused a nuclear winter in the north of England.

Isn't there a constant cloud in your locale.... it is after all grim up North?;)

I was about to reply with an epic rant about how offensive your post was, but then i thought..........................you have a very valid point, its crap up here!
#31
Seen it in tesco pengam green in Cardiff
#32
fishmaster
mcfly666
Snake oil, if you really want an engine flush just use some diesel.


So if you have a petrol engine, you should just put some diesel in it and that will fix it up proper nice? Hmm, anyone got some refurb engine deals, ready just in case? :P


It makes no difference if it's a petrol or diesel engine, it's OIL flush. Anyone got any refurbished brain cells for this guy?

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