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Offline lukas-tiger6

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What oil mazda 2.2 d 1sport 175. 2014 manual
« on: March 16, 2019, 06:17:42 am »
Hi all,
What kind of oil should I use and what make is the best one? How many liters that engine needs of oil?


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Re: What oil mazda 2.2 d 1sport 175. 2014 manual
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2019, 11:27:23 am »
Check the online parts shops with your registration number.

https://www.carparts4less.co.uk/

https://www.opieoils.co.uk/

You will probably need ACEA C2 oil. It comes in a 5l container and it should be enough. You will probably something like 4l.

Change the oil filter as well.

There is no such a thing like a best oil. But you will be better off with a big brand like Shell. As long as you do not exceed the recommended intervals, you will be fine.

I have the second generation car, so I do not know the details of the third generation car but this is what other users have posted over time.

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Re: What oil mazda 2.2 d 1sport 175. 2014 manual
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2019, 11:31:34 am »
Ok,
There is few of them and also 2 kinds of them

0w30 or 5w30

?

What's the difference?
What to choose?

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Re: What oil mazda 2.2 d 1sport 175. 2014 manual
« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2019, 10:07:22 am »
Focus on the ACEA specification. Somewhere around the engine area or at the driver's door may be a sticker with the ACEA specification. Alternatively confirm with the owner's manual or just enter your number plate on the parts web sites. Once you have the ACEA specification, just buy any of these oils and it will be fine.

The numberW is about the oil performance in cold weather. Your biggest concern should be the ACEA specification though. For the second generation cars, the specification is clear and the oils on the market only come in 5w30 form. There is a good chance that this happens for your car as well.