Service interval

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DiscoG
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Re: Service interval

Post by DiscoG » Sat Sep 28, 2019 6:46 pm

Hi,

Here some statistics and metrics after our first service at 31400 incl. Oil analysis (first oil change):
Average fuel consumption: 7,7 l/100km
Average AddBlue consumption: 1,3 l/1000km
Oil dilution: 5,8%

Histogram of travel length:
0-10km 26,6%
10-30km 19,4%
30-70km 42,4%
70-200km 10,7%
200-500km 1,0%

Service counter:

service-counter.JPG

It is interresting that at the time where the Service counter has not counted down we used the pre-heater before every trip. Maybe a helpfull info.

Oil check result: (sorry it’s german)

oil-check.JPG

2018 DS SE 150 Auto Firenze Red
Average fuel consumption: 7,7 l/100km
Average AddBlue consumption: 1,3 l/1000km

4850km -> DPF replaced
31400km -> first Service: 5,8% oil Dilution / high Fe and Al and some others, got N289

9els
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Re: Service interval

Post by 9els » Sun Sep 29, 2019 9:53 am

I want to do a "half way to service" oil change - is there a way to reset the oil dilution counter my self?

DiscoG
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Re: Service interval

Post by DiscoG » Sun Sep 29, 2019 10:11 am

9els wrote:
Sun Sep 29, 2019 9:53 am
I want to do a "half way to service" oil change - is there a way to reset the oil dilution counter my self?
Some time ago I found somwhere this text:

First you have to open the bonnet
Turn the ignition key to the “ON” position without starting the engine, If your car has push-button start, press the “Start” button without touching the brake pedal.
Open the driver’s door
Hold the accelerator and brake pedals all the way down until you see SERVICE RESETTING in the dash
Turn off your car and start the engine to see if the warning went away.

(I never tested it by myself)
2018 DS SE 150 Auto Firenze Red
Average fuel consumption: 7,7 l/100km
Average AddBlue consumption: 1,3 l/1000km

4850km -> DPF replaced
31400km -> first Service: 5,8% oil Dilution / high Fe and Al and some others, got N289

Lurcher
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Location: Stalybridge

Re: Service interval

Post by Lurcher » Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:17 am

I used this method on my D4 a couple of weeks ago to remove the early service warning and it worked .
2020 SE Auto 180 Firenze Solid Roof Privacy Glass

dangrenade
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Re: Service interval

Post by dangrenade » Sat Oct 05, 2019 8:24 pm

Just had a really good JLR experience which I know may be a rarity these days but I have a MY17 DS and in the handbook it clearly states that driving style may require the need for oil changes between scheduled services.

My car was booked into Hatfield’s Shrewsbury today for an MOT and I happened to mention that my oil service was due in 1650 miles. The car was serviced in Oct 18 And has done 10000 miles since (5K mine since June) and without even asking, they told me they would put in a claim to JLR for a free oil change. As long as the car had done under 55K they were able to do it so I’m really happy as I wasn’t expecting anything.

Nice to have a good local dealer with exceptional customer service.
MY17 DS HSE 180 in Farallon Black with privacy glass and black wheels

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Mamil
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Re: Service interval

Post by Mamil » Sun Oct 06, 2019 2:44 am

Great to hear a good experience for once! Remember it's always in the dealer's interests to do warranty/goodwill work if it's covered by JLR (or the insurance company if it's an extended warranty) as they are paid for it! In fact it can be quite a nice little earner for a dealer, which is why the manufacturers now are much stricter on checking if it really needs doing, as a few dealers have worked the system in the past! The labour rate they get paid is a bit less than they charge retail, but still profitable.
SE TD4, MY 2016.5, 110kw/150bhp 2.2 PSA Engine, Fuji White/Ebony, Oz towbar, xenon pack. Delivered 25th June 2016, Perth Western Australia.

roydonaldson
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Re: Service interval

Post by roydonaldson » Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:36 am

My dealer had said that there had been a new notice released ? And that vehicles were covered up to 55,000 miles now.

I wonder what happens if you still have the car past 55k?

Roy
2017 Discovery Pro, HSE, Nav Pro.

D3GGY
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Re: Service interval

Post by D3GGY » Mon Oct 07, 2019 2:34 pm

roydonaldson wrote:My dealer had said that there had been a new notice released ? And that vehicles were covered up to 55,000 miles now.

I wonder what happens if you still have the car past 55k?

Roy
Same as I have done VT it.
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roydonaldson
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Re: Service interval

Post by roydonaldson » Mon Oct 07, 2019 2:36 pm

I don't have that option
2017 Discovery Pro, HSE, Nav Pro.

Discofrustrated
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Re: Service interval

Post by Discofrustrated » Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:39 pm

2017 Discovery Sport SE Tech. Bought November 2018, 10,500 miles, dealer serviced for 2 year 21,000 miles. Covered 8,400 miles, service indicator came on! Dealer response “It could be the filter (which one?) or oil viscosity problem (WTF does that mean 🙈)! May or may not be covered under warranty! Can I book it in for check, courtesy car not available to end of November, yet their forecourt littered with ex demonstrators.......time to p/x for a bike 🤬

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