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#1 03-01-2015 14:55:02

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Différence entre norme 229.31 et 229.51

Salut la compagnie, et bonne année à tous !

Petite question.
Quelqu'un peut il me dire la différence entre la norme 229.31 et 229.51 svp ?
Pour moi, la 229.51 est la version long life de la 229.51. Ai-je raison ?


En fait je mets de la Total Ineo MC3 dans mon Vito 115 CDI sans fap :
http://www.123pneus.fr/cgi-bin/oshop.pl … tem_id=158
28.7€ les 5l en 229.31 et 229.51 (les deux normes sont respectées)

et je trouve cette huile apparemment fortement utilisée dans les utilitaires :
ORIGINAL GM / OPEL dexos2 MOTORÖL 5W-30
http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/709-53476 … ge_Wartung
37€ les 10l mais uniquement 229.51

Merci pour votre aide !

Dernière modification par Lolo8857 (03-01-2015 15:39:39)

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#2 03-01-2015 15:39:08

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Re : Différence entre norme 229.31 et 229.51

Voilà ce que j'avais trouvé :

MB sheet 229.1 approved oils
for passenger cars with gas and diesel engines, used to be minimum spec for latest (98+) engines, high detergent, dispersant spec suitable for normal drain intervals. Based on ACEA A3, B3. Note 229.1 oils are not recommended for MB's latest (2002+) 4 valve gas M271, M275, M285 and diesel OM646, OM647, OM648 engines.

MB sheet 229.3 approved oils
for passenger cars with gas and diesel engines with extended drain interval indicator FSS up to 20,000 km, or 40,000 km - 25,000 mi, current minimum spec for 1998+ MB engines, min. 1.0% fuel saving compared to 229.1, based on ACEA A3 B4. For gas engine of the M100 series, gas engines of the M200 series and diesel engines of the OM600 series (not models with Euro 4 diesel particle filters).

MB sheet 229.31 approved oils; LA "low ash" Oils
Mercedes pioneered this new spec for passenger cars with diesel engines with EURO 4 or Bluetec exhaust particle filters, e.g. W211 E200 CDI, E220 CDI. The spec was introduced 7/2003. They are called LA "low ash" or "low SAPS" oils, low on sulfated ash, phosphorus and sulphur to limit exhaust particle filter pollution. In 2004 the ACEA introduced the new C3 spec (mid SAPS, normal viscosity) based on it. Change intervals extend to 15,000 km.

MB sheet 229.5 approved oils; "MB Longlife Service Oils"
for passenger cars with gas and diesel engines with extended drain intervals beyond 229.3 oils, to 30,000 km, min 1.8% fuel saving, first oils introduced summer 2002. ACEA A3 B4. For gas engines of the M100 series, gas engines of the M200 series and diesel engines of the OM600 series (not models with Euro 4 diesel particle filters).
229.5 engine oils must be used with fleece oil filter designed for use with 229.5 engine oils.

MB sheet 229.51 approved oils; low ash long life
Mercedes pioneered this new spec for passenger cars with diesel engines with EURO 4 or Bluetec exhaust particle filters and longer service life than the 229.31 oils. The spec was introduced in 2005. Change intervals increased to 20,000 kilometers. Based on ACEA A3 B4 and C3."

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