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Auris 1,4 D4D Increasing Oil Level

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I have Auris and it's manufacturing year is 2010, and it's facelift with dpf, and 131000 kilometres

I just noticed that engine Oil level has incresed since i couple weeks ago checked it. So do anyone else have these same problems?

Easiest way is change Oil, but i don't think that it will last long or fix the problem.

Then I noticed this video:

http://www.firstpost.com/topic/organization/toyota-toyota-14-d4-d-1nd-tv-euro-4-euro-5-engine-oil-consumpti-video-N4qwFE8jTzc-181-1.html

And bulletin: TSB EG-0017T-0411

Does anyone have done these jobs with dealer, or have any other information about these?

Sorry, my English is a little bit rusty...

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Hello, not had this problem myself, but over on the Yaris Site there's a guy, Stuart303, with the same problem.

http://www.toyotaownersclub.com/forums/topic/83465-yaris-diesel-how-many-mpg/page-6

.....your English looks pretty good to me.

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Does anyone know how to change DPF itself? Is that possible? Is it plug and play, or do I have to do some computer work also.

And which parts I have to change?

Both of these or just another?

25051-33090 CATALYST MAKE/CATALYST ID/ONBOARD DIAGNOSIS:YES OR NO (THIS INDICATION COMPLIES WITH EC DIRECTIVE.)=TOYOTA/33090/Y

25052-33020 CATALYST MAKE/CATALYST ID/ONBOARD DIAGNOSIS:YES OR NO (THIS INDICATION COMPLIES WITH EC DIRECTIVE.)=TOYOTA/25052-33020 /Y

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Does anyone know how to change DPF itself? Is that possible? Is it plug and play, or do I have to do some computer work also.

And which parts I have to change?

Both of these or just another?

25051-33090 CATALYST MAKE/CATALYST ID/ONBOARD DIAGNOSIS:YES OR NO (THIS INDICATION COMPLIES WITH EC DIRECTIVE.)=TOYOTA/33090/Y

25052-33020 CATALYST MAKE/CATALYST ID/ONBOARD DIAGNOSIS:YES OR NO (THIS INDICATION COMPLIES WITH EC DIRECTIVE.)=TOYOTA/25052-33020 /Y

I think I have to change DPF, because cycle of regeneration is approx. 100 kilometres... Can I change it myself and do I have to change both of those parts, or just one of these. I would be very happy if someone can help me!

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If your Oil level is increasing just replacing the DPF will not cure it, as you have seen in the video there is a whole set of tests & repairs to be done/carried out to stop the fault. In all the repairs we have done at my dealership none have needed a new DPF ( they have all cleared during a forced regen ) all have needed new short motors, ECU reprogramming & some have needed new injectors.

Also Toyota Europe have extended the warranty for Oil level increasing / Oil consumption on the later 6 speed 1ND engines to 5years/160000kilometers subject to reasonable service history so I would take your car to your dealer and get it repaired under warranty.

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Car was today at 135000 km service. They said that new half motor is needed, but not sure how much I have to pay. They will ask it from importer, but with my luck I have to pay the whole thing.

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Are you in Europe? I can't tell where you are. If you are in Europe then the warranty for this fault has been extended as I posted above

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I live in Finland, and all services are done by Toyota dealer. So I hope it's done by importer. But I will tell the result here when I get it!

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Hello again!

Good news, Toyota changes half-motor and turbo. So, happy ending with this car.

But carfever is still rising. Maybe Verso-S 1,33 with Multidrive will be my next problem...

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Hello.

i have the same Toyota Auris 2010 1.4 D4D, the Oil level is increasing, i change the Oil 2 times and its increasing again, i think it is diesel coming in the Oil, can somebady help me? thank you

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Look at Devon Aygo's post on the first page of this topic - take it into your Toyota dealer

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ok thx, but its toyota mistake and they need to repair my car, or i need to pay to change half engine? the car is not in insurance it have 120000km

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who can help where can ai find:?


THE TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN FOR
TOYOTA 1.4 D4-D 1ND-TV Euro 4, Euro 5 - Engine Oil consumption / Engine
oil level increase TSB EG-0017T-0411

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Watch

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As I said in posts # 6 & 8 there is a warranty extension for this fault get your car to a dealer and quote the TSB mentioned earlier. Access to the bulletin is useless unless you have Toyota's diagnostic equipment

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ok, thx,somebady know which Oil i need to put for Toyota Auris 1.4 D4D with DPF, 120000Km?! ow30 c2? 5w40 c3? thank you

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Look at the first post on the Auris Club - 'Engine Oil'.

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1.4 D4d with DPF uses 0w30 C2

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Hello again...

I get my car back at wednesday (after 3 weeks waiting), with new half motor, wacuum pump, turbo and all Oil and other liquids changed. Today I noticed big Oil and coolant water pool under my car... I have to wait for monday to get some information how we now proceed.

I'm not happy anymore, too much troubles for me.

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If your oil level is increasing just replacing the DPF will not cure it, as you have seen in the video there is a whole set of tests & repairs to be done/carried out to stop the fault. In all the repairs we have done at my dealership none have needed a new DPF ( they have all cleared during a forced regen ) all have needed new short motors, ECU reprogramming & some have needed new injectors.

Also Toyota Europe have extended the warranty for Oil level increasing / Oil consumption on the later 6 speed 1ND engines to 5years/160000kilometers subject to reasonable service history so I would take your car to your dealer and get it repaired under warranty.

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Hi Devon Aygo. Where did you hear about the extended warranty?

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Hi Devon Aygo. Where did you hear about the extended warranty?

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Devon Aygo works for a UK Toyota dealership.

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OK, thanks. I'm looking for some kind of official statement I can use. Does anybody know where I can find that?

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