What oil do I need for my Renault Scenic?
Motor oil Helix HX7 5W-40 fully complies with the specification for the Scenic II 1.5dCi (K9K – 60/74kW) (DT) (2007-) and is the ideal lubricant for this car RENAULT.
Can you change car oil by yourself?
Unless your car’s oil filter and/or oil drain plug is impossible to reach, you can save money by changing your oil and oil filter yourself (your car’s manual should tell you how much oil to get and how often to change your oil). Look under your car to find the drain plug.
What oil does Renault use?
Mobil Delvac 1™ LE 5W-30 is a low SAPS fully-synthetic diesel engine oil that has been approved by Renault to meet the Renault RLD-2 and RLD-3 oil specification, offering both fuel economy¹ potential and long drain capability.
What is 5W 40 engine oil?
5w40 motor oil has a winter viscosity grade of five, meaning it’s less viscous at very low temperatures, compared to, say, 10w40. It has a hot viscosity grade of 40, which means it is just as viscous as 10w40 at high temperatures but less viscous than oils such as 15w50.
Where is the oil dipstick in a Renault Clio?
The dipstick is on the front/underside of the engine close to the oil filter.
Does car need level for oil change?
It is best to have the car as level as possible when draining the engine oil. But it does not have to be completely level. It is OK to jsck it up in the front, or drive it up ramps to gain access to drain the oil. But the more level it is, the more oil you will get out.
Is changing oil easy?
It’s a simple process that requires few tools, and it’s a sure way to save some money while you avoid the hassle of sitting in a dull waiting room somewhere reading outdated magazines. More than anything, the basic oil change is a great way to connect with your vehicle and take some control over its maintenance.
What happens if you dont change your oil?
Complete Engine Failure Go long enough without an oil change, and it could eventually cost you your car. Once motor oil becomes sludge, it no longer draws heat from the engine. The engine might overheat and either blow a gasket or seize up. The engine will seize.