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duncstar

ford fusion 1.4tdci 2003 full service

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Hi all, i have a ford fusion 1.4tdci 2003 i would like to give the car a full service. So what service items do i need ie oil, oil filter etc.

Any help and advice would be much appreciated :rolleyes:

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A major service should be carried out every 3years or 37.5k miles

With your car being roughly 6 years old it should be getting its second major.

You will need 5w30 semi synthetic oil (fully synthetic can be used but is more expensive) an oil filter, air filter, fuel filter and a pollen filter

It will take roughy 3.8 litres of oil.

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see here for full service schedule

http://www.etis.ford.com/home.do

chose the ford service from the top and find your car and service you require.

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A major service should be carried out every 3years or 37.5k miles

With your car being roughly 6 years old it should be getting its second major.

You will need 5w30 semi synthetic oil (fully synthetic can be used but is more expensive) an oil filter, air filter, fuel filter and a pollen filter

It will take roughy 3.8 litres of oil.

Thanks folks for the help and advice its much appreciated ;)

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its best if you dont change fuel filter. specially with ford fusion tdci 1.4

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On 22/02/2016 at 2:35 AM, zee akram said:

its best if you dont change fuel filter. specially with ford fusion tdci 1.4

Why not?

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I would like to know why not too??

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On 22 February 2016 at 2:35 AM, zee akram said:

its best if you dont change fuel filter. specially with ford fusion tdci 1.4

Indeed, just leave it to clog up and worry about it when you break down somewhere lol. 

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