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Vidange complete BVA, hésite entre 2 méthodes


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Sur le point de vidanger complètement ma BVA, qui en a bien besoin (fuite de LDR au niveau échangeur), j'hésite entre 2 méthode:

 

_Celle de totojest qu'il a eu la gentillesse de nous montrer ici: vidange complète BVA + convertisseur façon totojest

 

_Ou faire de multiples vidanges partielles jusqu'à ce que l'huile devienne parfaitement propre. (vous vidanger un peu moins de 3 litre sur les 4,5 totaux a chaque fois)

 

Je penche pour la deuxième solution, est-ce pertinent? Si certains ont dejà procédé ainsi, quelle distance parcourir entre 2 vidanges partielles? Approximativement combien de litres d'huile vont y passer jusqu’à une huile complétement propre?

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J'ai vidangé ma boîte en suivant le tuto de totojest et je n'ai pas de soucis avec ma boîte. Je suis d'accord avec toi sur le fait que toute l'huile n'est pas neuve puisqu'il en reste de la vieille dedans, mais apparemment ça n'a pas l'air de gêner le bon fonctionnement de boîte.

 

Pour le reste je ne saurai pas te dire ne l'ayant jamais fait.

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Je pense qu'il parlait de la méthode complète, celle où je fais tourner le moteur avec le carter d'huile tombé et un tuyau qui pompe de l'huile propre dans un bidon :D C'est vrai que cette méthode est un peu "sportive", mais selon moi elle est plus efficace et plus rapide que celle de la multitudes de vidanges les unes après les autres :ki:

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