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Mann filters

Hi folks, looking to do a service on my D3 2.7 with oil and filters, does anyone here recommend Mann filters, or what make do you suggest, also what oil cheers
 

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kajtzu
 


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Finland 2005 Discovery 3 4.4 V8 HSE Auto Cairns BlueDiscovery 3

I’ve previously used Mann filters for engine air, cabin air and oil filters. I’ve also used Mahle filters for the same. If on a tight budget, filtron and wix are ok economy brands and really are part of Mann+Hummel, too.

As for oil, check your manual what kind of oil you need, mine is a petrol so what I’m using is not necessary what you should use. As for brands, I use Shell for no good reason but a lot of people use Mobil, Castrol (this is what LR recommends but it’s a commercial relationship...), Total, Ravenol, etc. kind of depends what’s available locally.
  
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Yeah Mann oil filters are good.
  
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Thumbs Up thanks all
  
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There’s an Opie oils section on this forum you can use to get oil advice. Just can’t find the link at present.
 Gary
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Discovery 4 HSE 2016MY 
 
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Oil is 5W30 fully synthetic

It's takes a bit under 6 litres.

DPF models take C2 or C3

Older (pre DPF models) can run on A or B
  
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From the title I thought it was a lady member wanting to know how to filter out forum posts from men. Rolling with laughter
  
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Pete K wrote:
Oil is 5W30 fully synthetic

It's takes a bit under 6 litres.

DPF models take C2 or C3

Older (pre DPF models) can run on A or B


5/30 C1 is the recommended spec for DPF models. C2 can be used if C1 not available.

ACEA B grade is Diesel

ACEA A grade is Petrol
 2011 MY D4 HSE
Previously 2001 D2 TD5, 1996 D1 300Tdi, 1985 90 2.2 petrol.
Bikes! KTM, BMW, British, Classics and others.
 
 
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The Dundonian wrote:
From the title I thought it was a lady member wanting to know how to filter out forum posts from men. Rolling with laughter


So was I Laughing
 Iggy/Ieuan

Current LR = 2005 (55 plate) Disco 3 'S', Sankey Camping Trailer
& 2014 BMW 525
- Gone but not forgotten:
MY14 FL2 HSE manual in Blue
MY15 Disco 4 HSE Lux in Santorini Black
MY08 Disco 3 SE manual in Buck Blue
1960 Series 2 88" (No idea why I sold it!) 
 
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I've heard than Mann are the OEM manufacturer of the genuine Land Rover filters.
 Kev

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The original filter that came out of my D4 was a Mann filter.
They can be slightly more expensive than other filters but are definitely good quality.
 D4 2016 Landmark, Waitomo Grey.
D3 2005 HSE, Bonatti Grey, now sold but still comes back for servicing.
Defender 2002 Td5 Commercial, had a hard life but slowly being restored.
I only work so I can afford to repair my Land Rovers! 
 
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