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Replacing The Oil And Oil Filter On A Fiat Tipo 1.3 Diesel










If you would like to book yourself in the price of this service in our workshop is £122.72

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Pull off the plastic engine cover.

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Undo the 7mm jubilee clamp to the inlet pipe going to the throttle body.

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Release the crimp clip to the other end of the intake pipe coming from the air filter housing.

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Remove the securing strap for the wiring loom to the air flow meter (MAF) and remove the intake pipe.

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Place some rag under the oil filter housing to soak up leakage then unscrew the 27mm plastic oil filter housing cap.

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Remove the cap and filter.

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Extract the old oil filter from the cap.

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Prise off the old oil seal.

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Insert the new oil filter into the cap then screw the cap back into the oil filter housing, torque to 25nm.

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Unscrew the x5 Phillips screws to the undertray.

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There's x2 10mm bolts at both front corners.

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Undo the x2 13mm bolts to the rear of the undertray and remove the undertray.

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Put a suitable catch tray underneath the sump and undo the T45 sump bolt.

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Drain the waste oil.

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Prise off the old sump plug o-ring and replace with a new one. Screw the sump plug back into the sump.

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Unscrew the oil filler cap.

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Pour in 3.9 litres of SELENIA WR Forward 0W-30 engine oil.

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Screw the oil filler cap back in, reconnect the intake pipe from the air filter housing to the throttle body and briefly start the engine to circulate the oil.

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Pull out the dipstick, wipe, replace fully then pull out again to gain a level reading. Top up if required until the oil level reads MAX then replace all other parts.

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