TRIPLE QX 5w40 Fully Synthetic Engine Oil 5Ltr £11.55 delivered at Carparts4less
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TRIPLE QX 5w40 Fully Synthetic Engine Oil 5Ltr £11.55 delivered at Carparts4less

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Found 17th Mar 2014
Basically saw this deal, but knew it was cheaper so to let everyone know.

hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…e=3

At euro parts, car parts 4 less is the same company, but you must use code SAVEME75 to get 7.5% off.

Free delivery too.

They have all grades of oil too, semi and fully synthetic.

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Code is SAVEME75....

Original Poster

My mistake I've changed it, I added it via my phone which I seem to have fat fingers for.

heat for the code

Thanks, needed some oil.

Banned

any for audi 2009 reg

Thanks OP

It amazes me how many people on HUKD consider that a lower price automatically means a lower grade product.

If that's really your outlook when buying a product based on a specification, what on earth are you doing looking for "deals"..

I've always bought oil based on the spec,. at the most reasonable price available and I've never knowingly had any engine issues whatsoever.

thanks op

Oh dear, another deal on engine oil....light the blue touch paper and stand well clear...

10% TCB for ECP delivery orders

Worth checking your local shop too, I got 20 litres of this for £38.

BeerDrinker

Worth checking your local shop too, I got 20 litres of this for £38.


What shop was that?
My van takes this stuff and 20 litres will service it twice so good to stock up

Euro car parts or any auto shop that gets their supplies from them

Excellent thanks OP, used this very oil from ECP at the weekend to do a change (cost me £28!) so grabbed one to top up etc.

Heat added

If it meets the specs then it is fine to use. Worth noting this oil is not ACEA C3 spec so as a rule not suitable for a modern diesel with a DPF but check what specs your car needs. Should be fine for most petrols and older diesels.

Would be completely fine to use as an "engine flush" - Drain old oil, leave old filter on and fill up with this stuff. Drive for up to 50 miles then do an oil and filter change as normal with whatever brand oil your wallet deems best (meeting the correct specs).

The "proper" engine flush additive does more harm then good.

Saying all this I ran a 2.0 TDCI up to 150k before I got rid on whatever spare oil I had kicking around. It needed a new DPF when it went but what car wouldn't after 150k? Other then that it was fine and had never had a single part on the engine replaced. The oil was changed after every 5000 miles/3 months which probably has a lot more to do with it then the grade of oil.
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