TRIPLE QX Fully Synthetic Engine Oil Engine Oil - 5W-40 - 5ltr  £11.99  eurocarparts with code
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TRIPLE QX Fully Synthetic Engine Oil Engine Oil - 5W-40 - 5ltr £11.99 eurocarparts with code

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Found 20th Nov
BLACKFRIDAY code for this price... great deal for 5l of fully synthetic oil

  • API SN/CF, ACEA A3, B3, B4
  • VW502.00, 505.00, MB229.3, BMW LL-01, Renault RN700/710

16 Comments

Any good for mazda 6 2.2 skyactive diesel? With dpf

Would this be suitable for a Mercedes vito w639 2.1 diesel 59 plate

zed6817 m ago

FIND THE RIGHT ENGINE OILS FOR YOUR CAR


This particular oil Doesn't come up for the vito, 5w 30 FS has been used previously

Anybody any idea how long it will be at this price, with this offer?

shalton18 m ago

Anybody any idea how long it will be at this price, with this offer?


The page says 10 days, but I don't know when it started.

Really cheap, I need 5w-30 ideally but might take a punt on this anyway

Wow, fantastic price. I've used it in 3l petrol and 1.3 diesel. All good I regret getting 5w30 for the diesel now

Thanks op!

zed683 h, 8 m ago

FIND THE RIGHT ENGINE OILS FOR YOUR CAR


Is it it amazing, even after giving people a link to check, they still ask....
Are people just too lazy to look themselves

No good for me ..

Missed the shell Helix 5ltr 5/30 last week for £16 absolutely gutted back up to £40 now..

slimy3111 h, 33 m ago

The page says 10 days, but I don't know when it started.


cheers

Thanks - just ordered. The bit about which car it is suitable for is all a bit of a mystery. Various options came up when I put my car reg in (and not this oil). However when I look in my Audi A3 handbook it says that VW 502 00 is the most suitable oil, which is this one.
I also ordered a Bosch oil filter using BLACKFRIDAY code - and that came up as half price too!

Thanks just ordered. On compatibility - Top ups use anything. For oil change the Halfords website came up with 5w30 and 0w40 when I plugged in my 04 Merc s320cdi reg so 5w30 would be fine. Not many peeps understand the figures. The W stands for winter viscosity at cold start so the lower the figure the better so is 0w is best for cold protection. The second figure is hot viscosity at 100c I.e. running temp. This 2nd figure is where you have to check the cars engine spec. Most modern cars are 5w30 but that's not set in stone and depends on what your car does, I.e. mostly motorway or mostly stop start traffic. The reason for two figures are that modern oils are multi grade. Go back 50+ years and you had to use separate summer and winter oils man!

so 5w40 is fine :-)

I have said it before, if you can't be bothered to find out or research what oil goes in your car, then you shouldn't be goofing about with it. As you obviously don't know what you are doing.

Todays reply to the mrs. "no I didn't buy more oil." Crap I hope it's delivered when she is out. Already have 3 in the outhouse, along with 12 screenwash deals from ecp and 50p b&m deals.
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