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    I spotted this recently - http://citrotemp.cricou.net/actu/DW10F%20Euro6.pdf

    Euro6 replacement for the DW10C

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    PS- "The sump is plastic. The drain plug rotates 1/4 turn and can be removed without tools. It's sealed with an O ring".
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasink View Post

    PS- "The sump is plastic. The drain plug rotates 1/4 turn and can be removed without tools. It's sealed with an O ring".
    Oh what could possibly go wrong there....


    They do realize that a large percentage of farmers and winery operators (around riverina anyway) own diesel pugs and frequently drive around "off road"...?????

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    The average plastic engine undertray in Australia seems to be wrecked soon enough. How will the plastic sump go then? Did you notice the screw-on type oil filter making a comeback?


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    Chance for a bright lad to make a quid making replacement sumps, sump guards and proper sump plugs.....and if all else fails a nice trade in reco engines, which is more than likely.
    This is a pure Dr Phil moment, if I was buying a vehicle so equipped I'd go and have it stated on the warranty documents that "failure of these components during the ownership lifetime of the vehicle during it's Australian probable use is covered by the manufacturer."
    Many on this forum travel over gravel roads, poorly maintained sealed roads and encounter road hazards that are now not seen by the demographic that the makers envisage.
    This I find perplexing as the French marques built their reputation on being 'robust' on poor roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluey504 View Post
    This I find perplexing as the French marques built their reputation on being 'robust' on poor roads.
    PSA haven't built a car that could be considered 'robust' on poor roads since the demise of the 505.
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    You can replace the 307's plastic undertray with a genuine steel one (not sure about other models). Perhaps PSA will make an 'arduous conditions' sump as well as a steel undertray for vehicles fitted with this motor .

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluey504 View Post
    Chance for a bright lad to make a quid making replacement sumps, sump guards and proper sump plugs.....and if all else fails a nice trade in reco engines, which is more than likely.
    This is a pure Dr Phil moment, if I was buying a vehicle so equipped I'd go and have it stated on the warranty documents that "failure of these components during the ownership lifetime of the vehicle during it's Australian probable use is covered by the manufacturer."
    Many on this forum travel over gravel roads, poorly maintained sealed roads and encounter road hazards that are now not seen by the demographic that the makers envisage.
    This I find perplexing as the French marques built their reputation on being 'robust' on poor roads.
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    Yeah I've got some steel additive guards being made up. ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armidillo View Post
    You can replace the 307's plastic undertray with a genuine steel one (not sure about other models). Perhaps PSA will make an 'arduous conditions' sump as well as a steel undertray for vehicles fitted with this motor .

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    At one point on the 407 the steel tray was CHEAPER than the plastic version...

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