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iveco oil /fuel; how many litres of engine oil does a iveco 35s11 take
Topic Started: Jul 13 2012, 04:27 PM (2,159 Views)
dunlop3
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hi all , how many litres of engine oil does a iveco 00, 35s11 take and when changing a fuel filter is their any bleeding to do to it,any help would be greatfull for thanks, thanks a mill.
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It depends if you are changing the oil filter at the same time.........presumably you will, so allow for 4.5l, but use about 4l then start and run the engine for 5-10 minutes, then dip the oil and add a bit at a time until you get the the oil level correct.
You shouldn't need to bleed anything when changing the fuel filter, just fill the new filter with CLEAN diesel before you try to restart and don't worry if the engine hesitates a few times, it will (should) clear itself and run fine within a couple of minutes.
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35S11 year 2000 will take around 6.7 litres of oil (15-40 long drain) and there should be a bleed screw on top of the filter housing with a primer bulb, or you could fill the filter with clean diesel (not tipping the contents of the old filter in the new one
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dunlop3
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THANKS VERY MUCH JOOLS AND WILL , have to cut costs with servicing now as wife lost her job and have a 11 month old son now,its just the first time servicing any kind of iveco van, thanks a mill.
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