I'm servicing my Corsa C 2005 1.4 Auto soon, and was wondering. Which viscosity would be the best to go for?
I've read many posts here that mention as the engine gets older and more miles are put on, to perhaps lean toward 10w 40.
Though have seen conflicting evidence mentioning...
The engine (Z12XEP) in my 2006 Corsa C 1.2 Twinport is using an alarmingly high amount of oil. I'm looking for your advice.
The oil dipstick goes from MAX to MIN in 250 miles. In other words: I need to add 1L after every ~200 miles. The oil I've been using is 5W30. To give you a...
I have noticed what I think is an oil leak coming from the front drivers side of my 2006 corsa. I have had a puddle of brown liquid there and when it rains I have rainbow puddles around my car. Just wondering if anyone can confirm whether or not it's oil and what could be causing it?
So I have a 1.2 2004 corsa c. Now, the vauxhall inspection card from 2004 states that the engine code is Z12XE. However, the rear of the car states "Twinport" and that would be Z12XEP. Now all the invoices for the car state "twinport". So was there a twinport with engine code Z12XE? I am unsure...
I have a Corsa 1.2 Twinport 2004 and am a little confused on what oil to put in. I bought half a year ago and it's due an oil change. I've been told 10w40 part synthetic but eurocar parts is intent on 5w30 fully synthetic. Which is the correct oil?
Cheers in advance,
I bought some Carlube 10W/40 semi-synthetic A3/B4 oil for my car yesterday. Normally if I buy it at the shop I don't take notice of that A3/B3/B4 rating.
However, I decided to look it up and turns out that B4 is spec'd for high performance cars and B3 is for older cars?