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Oil sump plug...
#1
Hi all,

Hoping for a bit of advice for a complete novice (me)...Smile

I have decided to do my own oil change on my 2003 2.0 Hdi Berlingo and am wanting to make sure I drain my oil sump and NOT the gearbox....:whistle:

Could someone please confirm which sump nut is the engine oil for me?Confusedillyme:

Many thanks,
Kevin.
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#2
Hi, item 2 in the drawing. You will have a different sump if you have air con. But it's roundabout the same place. :thumbsup:

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2006 2.0hdi 600 with bench seat.  Cool
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#3
WOW, thanks for the detailed response RustscratWink

That is the one I released in the end, after much effort and various tools....It was on absolutely solid and unfortunately I ended up rounding the nut, but luckily it had a central allen key fitment that I used to loosen it.Wink

Does anyone know if a Peugeot Partner sump nut would fit, only I want to get a new one and we don't have a Citroen main dealer where I live, but there is a Peugeot:thumbsup:


(16-09-2012, 04:17 PM)Rustscrat Wrote:  Hi, item 2 in the drawing. You will have a different sump if you have air con. But it's roundabout the same place. :thumbsup:

[Image: 29zod8m.jpg]
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(16-09-2012, 05:31 PM)Merlecollins Wrote:  WOW, thanks for the detailed response RustscratWink

That is the one I released in the end, after much effort and various tools....It was on absolutely solid and unfortunately I ended up rounding the nut, but luckily it had a central allen key fitment that I used to loosen it.Wink

Does anyone know if a Peugeot Partner sump nut would fit, only I want to get a new one and we don't have a Citroen main dealer where I live, but there is a Peugeot:thumbsup:


(16-09-2012, 04:17 PM)Rustscrat Wrote:  Hi, item 2 in the drawing. You will have a different sump if you have air con. But it's roundabout the same place. :thumbsup:

[Image: 29zod8m.jpg]

Yep, they will be able to sort you out. Tell them it's from a DW10 engine(with or without air con) and they might have one on the shelf.
Part No. for Citroen & Peugeot W/O air con - 0311 29
Part No. for Citroen & Peugeot, Air con - 0311 40
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2006 2.0hdi 600 with bench seat.  Cool
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#5
Holy moly Rustscrat, you are a wealth of knowledge, I salute you Confusedalut:

You've put my mind at rest for tonight anyway.

Are all 2.0 Hdi engines a 'DW10' ?

(16-09-2012, 06:28 PM)Rustscrat Wrote:  
(16-09-2012, 05:31 PM)Merlecollins Wrote:  WOW, thanks for the detailed response RustscratWink

That is the one I released in the end, after much effort and various tools....It was on absolutely solid and unfortunately I ended up rounding the nut, but luckily it had a central allen key fitment that I used to loosen it.Wink

Does anyone know if a Peugeot Partner sump nut would fit, only I want to get a new one and we don't have a Citroen main dealer where I live, but there is a Peugeot:thumbsup:


(16-09-2012, 04:17 PM)Rustscrat Wrote:  Hi, item 2 in the drawing. You will have a different sump if you have air con. But it's roundabout the same place. :thumbsup:

[Image: 29zod8m.jpg]

Yep, they will be able to sort you out. Tell them it's from a DW10 engine(with or without air con) and they might have one on the shelf.
Part No. for Citroen & Peugeot W/O air con - 0311 29
Part No. for Citroen & Peugeot, Air con - 0311 40
Confusedalut:
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#6
OK, I now have my new sump plug which is manufactured by a company called 'Corteco'.:thumbsup:

In the packet there are two washers, one copper and the other steel with a rubber gasket.

Anyone know which washer I use? Confusedcratch:



(16-09-2012, 06:36 PM)Merlecollins Wrote:  Holy moly Rustscrat, you are a wealth of knowledge, I salute you Confusedalut:

You've put my mind at rest for tonight anyway.

Are all 2.0 Hdi engines a 'DW10' ?

(16-09-2012, 06:28 PM)Rustscrat Wrote:  
(16-09-2012, 05:31 PM)Merlecollins Wrote:  WOW, thanks for the detailed response RustscratWink

That is the one I released in the end, after much effort and various tools....It was on absolutely solid and unfortunately I ended up rounding the nut, but luckily it had a central allen key fitment that I used to loosen it.Wink

Does anyone know if a Peugeot Partner sump nut would fit, only I want to get a new one and we don't have a Citroen main dealer where I live, but there is a Peugeot:thumbsup:


(16-09-2012, 04:17 PM)Rustscrat Wrote:  Hi, item 2 in the drawing. You will have a different sump if you have air con. But it's roundabout the same place. :thumbsup:

[Image: 29zod8m.jpg]

Yep, they will be able to sort you out. Tell them it's from a DW10 engine(with or without air con) and they might have one on the shelf.
Part No. for Citroen & Peugeot W/O air con - 0311 29
Part No. for Citroen & Peugeot, Air con - 0311 40
Confusedalut:
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(17-09-2012, 10:08 AM)Merlecollins Wrote:  OK, I now have my new sump plug which is manufactured by a company called 'Corteco'.:thumbsup:

In the packet there are two washers, one copper and the other steel with a rubber gasket.

Anyone know which washer I use? Confusedcratch:

Which type came off originally????, suggest you refit new plug using that type???
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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#8
I've done exactly as you suggest Andy and fitted a new copper one with the new plug. :thumbsup:

Still torturing myself about which oil to get....Sad

When I was in the Peugeot dealership this morning they only had Total Quartz7000 10W40 in, but am swaying towards getting the Comma SynerD 5W40 for some reason......

(17-09-2012, 10:54 AM)andy-womble Wrote:  
(17-09-2012, 10:08 AM)Merlecollins Wrote:  OK, I now have my new sump plug which is manufactured by a company called 'Corteco'.:thumbsup:

In the packet there are two washers, one copper and the other steel with a rubber gasket.

Anyone know which washer I use? Confusedcratch:

Which type came off originally????, suggest you refit new plug using that type???
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#9
Think I would be swayed towards the Total out of choice. I used it in my old Pug306 and have used it in my 'Lingo, though this time I used some Semi-Synth by Morris Lubricants as this came as a "package deal" from my local motor factor and included oil and filter plus air and fuel filters all for about £40.00, a massive saving on main dealer's prices and I did it myself so no labour content...
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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