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Timing belt intervals DS4, 1.6 Blue Hdi (120hp)

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How often (years/mileage) should the timing/cam belt be replaced on my 1.6 Blue Hdi (120hp) It is registered in April 2017 and has approx. 53,000 miles on the clock. My service-book is silent in this matter and google search has not revealed anything.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 17th July 2020, 08:44
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None of the maintainance handbooks on Citroen / DS / Peugeot carry this sort of important information anymore. I emailed customer services and they sent me a PDF which gave all information about what should be done and when. I don't have the engine you have but my old 2007 1.6hdi the cam belt was every 10 years or something over 100,000 miles in normal use and 88,000 miles in arduous conditions which is the mileage I went for.
My current 2.0hdi is 120000 at 10 years or 112500 arduous at 10 years and our 1.2 puretech 112500/10 years 110 /10 years

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The 2.0 is 150,000 miles or 10 years.



I was planning to do mine this year or next year. Covid has dropped the mileage quite a bit in the last few months.

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David - where does your info come from? - Mine came direct from DS and there is a 30000 mile difference, both of us have a 2.0hdi engine, mine is 2015 and the PDF from DS I have reproduced exactly


SYSTEMATIC OPERATIONS
Services: systematic operations Every 20000 Miles / 1 year(s) Every 12500 Miles / 1 year(s)
ADDITIONAL OPERATIONS
Replacement of the timing kit and of the coolant
pump Every 120000 Miles / 10 year(s) Every 112500 Miles / 10 year(s)
Check of the clogging of the particle emission filter 120000 Miles Then every 20000 Miles 112500 Miles Then every 12500 Miles
Check of the PH of the coolant 80000 Miles / 4 year(s) Then every 20000
Miles / 1 year(s)
75000 Miles / 4 year(s) Then every 12500
Miles / 1 year(s)
Replacement of the ancillary drive belt kit Every 80000 Miles / 6 year(s) Every 75000 Miles / 6 year(s)
Replacement of the air filter Every 40000 Miles / 4 year(s) Every 25000 Miles / 4 year(s)
Check of the particle emission filter additive level 60000 Miles Then every 20000 Miles 80000 Miles Then every 12500 Miles
Filling of the AdBlue reservoir Every 20000 Miles / 1 year(s) Every 12500 Miles / 1 year(s)
Replacement of the fuel filter (diesel) Every 40000 Miles / 4 year(s) Every 25000 Miles / 4 year(s)
Replacement of the brake fluid Every 2 year(s) Every 2 year(s)
Replacement of the passenger compartment filter Every 20000 Miles / 2 year(s) Every 12500 Miles / 1 year(s)
AUTHORISED ENGINE OILS
00W30 B71 2312 (C1C2) - EM:00W30 B71 2312
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From the service guide part of the handbooks.


I was going to take a photo, but seems I had done so before: https://www.ds4ownersclub.co.uk/foru...html#post19925

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It looks like DS have decided that 150K is a bit iffy and maybe we should take this info out of our published mantainance guides to keep the distance a secret and ONLY if someone asks the we should reveal our latest ( shorter) mileages.
Your photo is of the 2011??? book? My copy and paste is from March this year. It does mean the main stealers can tell you what they want and you have no documentary proof otherwise. I guess I'll do mine when it reaches 8 years or 80k miles anyway, it will be DIY and a cam belt kit is 80 ish. That said at the moment the car has done about 500 miles since March because of lockdown like yours so I guess it will be a long time away from now

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Yeah, mine is a 2011 book. Think I'll try get it done this year at some point if there is some queston about it.

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I'm also a bit curious about how you check the particle filter.

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