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Halfords Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L

Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L for better fuel economy, performance and protection
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Is this different to the diesel version?
You supplied this in error and I have filled my 110 JTD Fiat Multipla engine with it. Do I have to replace it? The old 5W/40 oil used to say suitable for petrol or diesel.
asked 3 years, 8 months ago
by
insx
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
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answer 1
This is suitable for both engine types. It is a high quality fully synthetic oil.
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Top 100 Contributor
answered 2 months ago
by
RoverV6
 - Warrington
answer 2
In this case Halfords 5W/40 Fully Synthetic Oil should be fine for your Fiat Multipla JTD as it meets the appropriate specifications for the vehicle. There should therefore be no need to drain the engine and refill it with the diesel version.
Staff Answer
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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Which oil is suitable for 2004 Skoda fabia?
Hi,
Skoda fabia comfort 04 reg, petrol. Which is the recommended oil - the 5w/30 or 5w/40?

Many thanks.
Age Group: 25 - 34
asked 11 months ago
by
Drtara
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
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answer 1
more information is needed here as there are quite an array of engines for the Fabia. Check the hand book and see the specification recommended. It will say the grade, possibly, but more likely a series of letters and numbers. Check that the oil you are buying is to that spec. Many oils are developed to car makers individual requirement. Diesels with DPF filters need Longlife oils (available from Halfords)
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Top 100 Contributor
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
by
RoverV6
 - Warrington
answer 2
Please contact your local Halfords branch with full vehicle details for further clarification e.g. engine capacity, or this can be checked against the specification grade referred to in the vehicle manufacture handbook.

The telephone number and address for our stores can be found at http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/HalfordsStoreLocatorView?langId=-1&storeId=10001&catalogId=10151

Alternatively, you can dial 0845 762 6625 and you will be connected to your nearest Halfords store.
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answered 11 months ago
by
parts
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Can I use this oil
Went to Halfords today and was sold Halfords 5W/40 fully synthetic motor oil for me Peugeot 207reg 58
When I looked on Halfords online it recommended 5W/30. Am I ok to go ahead and use the oil I have already bought
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asked 11 months ago
by
danks
 - Cardiff
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
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answer 1
5W-40 is the grade for winter and summer being a multigrade so 5W relates to viscosity in winter and 40 the grade it will cope with in summer. You are unlikely to notice any difference in a 5W-30 and a 5W-40. the latter will be marginally better to keep in grade. All multigrades lose grade after time due to various reasons, primarily the products of combustion. All multgrades these days are excellent. You may even see 0W-50 grades in more costly oils.
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answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
by
RoverV6
 - Warrington
answer 2
This vehicle can use both grades of oil, so there should be no issue using 5w/40.
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answered 10 months ago
by
Mcullen1
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Can this oil be used on an Alfa Mito
Alfa recommends using the Selena oil brand which is a nightmare to locate. Can I use this oil for my Mito?

Thanks.
asked 4 months, 2 weeks ago
by
RuClu
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
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answer 1
Check the spec in your manual and see what it recommends. You are looking for a number such as this 502.001 or something like these ACEA A3/B4, A3/B3, C3, API SN/CF or
GM LL-A-025 or GM LL-B-025 specified products were originally required. All oils carry a specific code of the manufacturers. I am sure that the Halfords oils will caryy your correct codes.
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Top 100 Contributor
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
by
RoverV6
 - Warrington
answer 2
Please visit your local store with the full details of your vehicle where a member from the parts team can assist you with the correct oil for your vehicle.
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answered 4 months ago
by
fishgut
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What type of engine oil do i need to stay within warranty requirements on VW Golf TSI 1.4 (140BHP) 2007, VW502.00 or VW505.01 are the codes I have?
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
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answer 1
For a VW Golf (post 2000) on a variable service, the Vehicle Manufacturers
Recommended Oil Viscosity is a 5w-30 fully synthetic oil (VWG 503.00/504.00)
Staff Answer
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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Which BMW Longlife rating does this oil have
There is:
Longlife 98
Longlife 01
Longlife 01 FE
Maybe more for all I know
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
by
Bilko2
 - UK
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
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answer 1
Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic meets BMW LL 98.
If this is not suitable then you might want to consider Halfords 5W30 BMW/MB Fully Synthetic which meets the latest BMW LL 04 specification.
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answered 5 years, 10 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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what kind of oil do i need for a 54 plate corsa
asked 5 years, 11 months ago
by
allyd
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
1 answer
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answer 1
We are unable to answer this question as you do not state the engine size of the car or if it is petrol/diesel or the model of the car.
For more information refer to the vehicles handbook or visit a Halfords store (or provide us more details)
Staff Answer
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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what oil do i need for a 05 ford ka 1.3
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
1 answer
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answer 1
We recommend a 5w-30 part synthetic oil
Staff Answer
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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Halfords 5W40 Vs Mobil 1 0W40
Is Halfords 5W40 compatible with Mobil1 0W40. Are they both MB 229.3 rated.
Also is Halfords oil supplied by ExxonMobil.
Thanks
asked 5 years, 9 months ago
by
vak1
 - Cambridge
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
1 answer
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answer 1
Halfords 5W40 fully synthetic meets the requirements of MB 229.3 as does Mobil 1 0W40. Oils of these type are compatible in the sense that they will mix without a problem but please remember that one is a 5W while the other is a 0W which will have slightly better performance when the oil is really cold. Yes Halfords oil is supplied by a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil.
Staff Answer
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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Halfords Fully synthetic 5w40
is this oil a PAO synthetic of a hydrocracked mineral oil?
asked 5 years, 7 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Halfords 5W40 Fully Synthetic Oil 5L
1 answer
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answer 1
This, like almost every 5Wxx oil on the market at present is based on hydrocracked base stock. PAO is only needed for extreme low temperature work (below -35 deg C) and hydrocracked stocks are capable of meeting the highest levels of current industry and OEM performance.
Staff Answer
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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