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Old 3rd October 2007, 21:53   #1
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MATIZ SG 2000 has done 45000 km. This needs service & there are conflicting views from mechanics reg Engine oil ( one reputed service centre says semi synthetic is not at all necessary ) spark plus & injection cleaning . so im looking for TIPS far brand suggestion for E-OIL /SPARK PLUG/AIR FILTER /OIL FILTER /FUEL FILTER & any possible place/mechanic who can do a good job. Which flush should be used for engine & how it has to be done for effective engine flushing. TIA
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semi-synth or synth oil is not neccessary but makes a good difference. Instructions for oil flush come on the oil flush bottles itself. It varies from flush manufaturer to manufacturer.
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whicd brand flush for matiz if im going for castrol semi synth.TIA

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semi-synth or synth oil is not neccessary but makes a good difference. Instructions for oil flush come on the oil flush bottles itself. It varies from flush manufaturer to manufacturer.
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I've used STP and Abro. There are lots of other brands avalaible as well.
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