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L322 Oil service - what do I have to change?

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Mery, Mar 7, 2019.

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  1. Datatek

    Datatek Well-Known Member

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    RAVE includes the owners manual.
     
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    But the question must be asked, if you need a manual to do an engine oil service, should you really be wielding spanners? The L322 is not exactly a Bugatti Veyron where you need to remove half the back of the car and, from memory, drain the oil from all 13 drain plugs.
     
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    He would be better off doing the badge change first to get used ti wielding spanners !
     
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    Edited, just got up.;):D:D
     
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    tarphenry Well-Known Member

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    so have I :):):):D
     
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    wammers STILL BREATHING. Donater

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    In a answer to the OPs question. The oil, and filters as required.
     
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    As per my sarcastic post#13.;)
     
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    I obviously didn't ask clearly to all of you :) So pls let me correct my question: at 189000km (2003, diesel, automat) L322 which filters should I change? I got set "fuel+oil+air" any other? Thanks :) you are all very sweet.
     
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    Pollen filter, often over looked.
     
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    And so easy to change on L322.
     
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    Thanks. I appreciate it. Have e lovely day.
     
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    If you don't have any service history for your vehicle, you should change all the oil and filters. That would include the engine, gearbox and axles.

    Col
     
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    Don't know about sweet, sarcastic,pi $$ taking bunch we are but there is also good advice, good luck. :D
     
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