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[How To] General service info for 1.6HDI BV6 M59
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Find attached a PDF I've compiled to arm me for servicing my 1.6HDI M59 van. Hopefully it may prove of some use to other M59 owners wishing to service their own vehicles.
Covers basic stuff like oil changes etc.


Note: 25/07/13 revision made concerning recommended sump removal
29/07/13 revision made concerning oil contamination by loose injector bolts


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.pdf   Berlingo Mk2 1-6HDI servicing Rev4.pdf (Size: 2.22 MB / Downloads: 280)
Confusedtudy: MK2 1.6HDi 75 short van '600' M59
'07, 80k
DV6B Engine
BE4-5L manual gearbox
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This is really fantastic, great resource. Short, on the point and easy to keep printing off to have handy for when the spanner pops up Wink.
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So, this is for a 1.4 HDI engine? There is reference to 1.6HDI as well as a 1.4 size engine.

I didn't even realise there was a 1.4HDI Berlingo?
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(22-12-2011, 01:15 PM)tucker Wrote:  So, this is for a 1.4 HDI engine? There is reference to 1.6HDI as well as a 1.4 size engine.

I didn't even realise there was a 1.4HDI Berlingo?

My mistake, I keep calling it that due to another vehicle I had. It's amended now so you can rest easy in your Thursday labeled underpants Tucker!! - just kidding, hope it's of some use to you.

Thanks for pointing it out and thanks for your thanks Andre, have a Merry Xmas. Confusedanta:
Confusedtudy: MK2 1.6HDi 75 short van '600' M59
'07, 80k
DV6B Engine
BE4-5L manual gearbox
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(22-12-2011, 11:44 AM)Tenere Wrote:  Find attached a PDF I've compiled to arm me for servicing my M59 van. Hopefully it may prove of some use to other M59 owners wishing to service their own vehicles.
Covers basic stuff like oil changes etc.

Note: for the 1.6HDI BV6 diesel (incorrectly stated a 1.4 - now amended)

brilliant well done will be very helpfull.
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(22-12-2011, 02:00 PM)Tenere Wrote:  My mistake, I keep calling it that due to another vehicle I had. It's amended now so you can rest easy in your Thursday labeled underpants Tucker!! - just kidding, hope it's of some use to you.

Thanks for pointing it out and thanks for your thanks Andre, have a Merry Xmas. Confusedanta:

Haha.

No it's actually of no use to me as I have the 1.6 petrol model. I was just being nosey and was just confused by which engine you had and thought there was a 1.4 version out there!
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#7
Thanks, this will be very useful.
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#8
Thanks for that Smile
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#9
really useful thanks
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#10
Wish I had read this before I renewed my fuel filter yesterday.Confusedtudy:
Fortunately I did it exactly as you said.
Apart from the priming bit. Mustn't have done enough squeezing as failed to start. Bit more and it started fine.

This is an excellent tutorial and will come in very usefull in the future.:thumbsup:
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