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Halfords 4L oils £12 5W30 5W40 10W40 at Halfords for £12
Halfords 4L oils £12 5W30 5W40 10W40 at Halfords for £12

Halfords 4L oils £12 5W30 5W40 10W40 at Halfords for £12

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Sorry, but Euro car parts can be a better deal for some oils with code oil50

Not bad!

But it annoys me when the car takes 4.4 litres!! But the oil you have bought is only 4 litres.

Posted 2 weeks ago

Babbler

Posted 2 weeks ago



nope wasn't that Halfords Ebay?

good spot OP

bargain for the Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 4L

luvsadealdealdeal

nope wasn't that Halfords Ebay?good spot OP


Yup. :).

My car has total mc3 oil in, can I just top up with another one? Can you mix semi synthetic with others?
Edited by: "INDUSTRYHATER" 25th Dec 2016

repost I posted this a few days ago before the offer was on dude

INDUSTRYHATER

My car has total mc3 oil in, can I just top up with another one? Can you … My car has total mc3 oil in, can I just top up with another one? Can you mix semi synthetic with others?



depends on your car

many cars will take pretty much anything, eg my badass 4WD Toyota jeep will take any oil at all & be grateful for it

but others need a specific grasde or at least that's what the manufacturers say

you should be able to check the spec online eg
http://www4.total.fr/asia-oceania/singapore/automotive_lubricants/Passenger%20Car/Engine%20Oils/Low%20SAPS%20Synthetic%20Oils/Quartz%20INEO%20MC3%205W30.pdf
TOTAL QUARTZ INEO MC3 5W30
INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

ACEA C3

API SN/CF
MANUFACTURER CERTIFICATIONS*

MERCEDES
-
BENZ:
MB
-
Approval 229.51
and backward compatible 229.31

BMW:
LL
-
04

VOLKSWAGEN
:VW 502.00/505.01, backward
compatible VW 502.00/505.00

HYUNDAI
-
KIA:
Meets the requirements of Hyundai
-
Kia (TOTAL QUARTZ INEO MC3
is referenced in
owner’s manuals)

GENERAL MOTORS:
dexos 2™, meets GM’s latest
technical requirements (Opel, Vauxhall, SAAB and
Chevrolet engines), backward compatible for GM
-
LL
-
A
-
025 and GM
-
LL
-
B
-
025

so you'd be OK with Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 4L - the difference 5W40 vs 5W30 is not important

Wasn't aware that 4L was shifted in the retail stores. Maybe intro of the 4L is to incentivise sales of the disproportionate cost of 1L when the 4L returns to normal (high) HF prices.

Most cars will need a bit more than 4ltrs they sell 4 so you have to buy 2 bloody scammers,Try eurocarparts for 5 ltrs.

INDUSTRYHATER

My car has total mc3 oil in, can I just top up with another one? Can you … My car has total mc3 oil in, can I just top up with another one? Can you mix semi synthetic with others?


Like the other guys says... however oil man' don't recommend it only to the fact if something fails, it's someone to blame, I've mixed all kinds of oils in the past, though a long time since I last used a mineral oil on anything, blended all spec, all viscosity, all brands... at the end of the day any oil is better than no oil...

offer still going strong
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