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Oil change - Part Numbers

Fergie

New member
Location
Scotland
Oil & filter change part numbers for service of mk7 Golf models:
- 2.0 GTI (CHHB)
- 2.0 GTI with Performance Pack (CHHA)
- 2.0 Golf R (CJXB, CJXC & CJXD)

I have listed both the VAG P/N's and the Mann P/N's below since Mann manufacture the VAG branded filters.

Engine Oil

Use oil to VW 504/507 spec, this is a must to comply with requirements for longlife service intervals (QG1) but also recommended for standard time-distance service intervals (QG0/2). VW in UK recommends Castrol Edge 5w30, as long as it is to 504/507 and a reputable brand it should be fine. VW's Quantum Longlife III 5w30 is made by Castrol and is essentially the same oil, but going by the datasheets it is very slightly more viscous at lower temperatures. Quantity required to top of dip stick marker is 5.7 litres.

Oil Filter
VAG (06L 115 562), Mann (HU 6002 z) - Note: 53 x 24 x 24 x 112mm

Sump Plug w/ o-ring
VAG (06L 103 801) Plastic sump, so plastic sump plug with o-ring.

Air Filter
VAG (5Q0 129 620B), Mann (C 30 005) - Note: 292 x 177 x 70mm

Cabin/Polen Filter

VAG (5Q0 819 653), Mann (CUK 26 009) - Note: 254 x 235 x 32mm
 
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TheSwede

Ready to race!
Location
Sweden, Halmstad
Oil change on R

Bought the items necessary for an oil +filter change.

I must say, very “odd” oil plug made of plastic.

A question. On the oil filter cup it’s printed 25 + 5 NM as torque. Does it mean 25 NM or 30? No big deal but it's made of plastic so I’m a bit cautious.

/Peter
 

mrlapou

Ready to race!
Location
UK
It means 25Nm with extra 5Nm i.e. 30 Nm max.
As it's O ring sealed and plastic, I'd go with the lower figure.
 

TarmacDaddy

Ready to race!
Location
TX




This is everything I have so far. I want to do a 1,000 mile change tonight. I'm a little worried how tight that filter will be on there.
 

TheSwede

Ready to race!
Location
Sweden, Halmstad
This is everything I have so far. I want to do a 1,000 mile change tonight. I'm a little worried how tight that filter will be on there.
Shouldn’t be a problem to loosen the filter, just remove the top engine cover, makes it easier ;). Mine was easy done.

The oil plug in plastic could be good to have. FYI - My old one was reusable after remove but since I had a new I used it.

/Peter
 
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golf nutt

Passed Driver's Ed
Location
rockford il.
I changed my oil and oil filter about a week ago. Easiest oil/ oil filter change ever.
Bought a Mann filter and 6 QTS. of Mobil 1 I'm using a Pella extractor, top side and no worries about the oil pan plug.
I marked the oil filter housing and tightened it up as it came from the factory, 36 MM socket wrench.
 

markbirss

New member
Location
South Africa
Oil Temperatures (before and after changing)

Thank you, Fergie for the details.

What temperatures are you guys experiencing with oil before and after oil changes.

My GTI is just 6 days old, been upto 111 Degrees C.

Oil & filter change part numbers for service of mk7 Golf models:
- 2.0 GTI (CHHB)
- 2.0 GTI with Performance Pack (CHHA)
- 2.0 Golf R (CJXB, CJXC & CJXD)

I have listed both the VAG P/N's and the Mann P/N's below since Mann manufacture the VAG branded filters.

Engine Oil

Use oil to VW 504/507 spec, this is a must to comply with requirements for longlife service intervals (QG1) but also recommended for standard time-distance service intervals (QG0/2). VW in UK recommends Castrol Edge 5w30, as long as it is to 504/507 and a reputable brand it should be fine. VW's Quantum Longlife III 5w30 is made by Castrol and is essentially the same oil, but going by the datasheets it is very slightly more viscous at lower temperatures. Quantity required to top of dip stick marker is 5.7 litres.

Oil Filter
VAG (06L 115 562), Mann (HU 6002 z) - Note: 53 x 24 x 24 x 112mm

Sump Plug w/ o-ring
VAG (06L 103 801) Plastic sump, so plastic sump plug with o-ring.

Air Filter
VAG (5Q0 129 620B), Mann (C 30 005) - Note: 292 x 177 x 70mm

Cabin/Polen Filter

VAG (5Q0 819 653), Mann (CUK 26 009) - Note: 254 x 235 x 32mm
 

TecklenburgVW

Go Kart Champion
Location
Saint Cloud, FL
Oil & filter change part numbers for service of mk7 Golf models:
- 2.0 GTI (CHHB)
- 2.0 GTI with Performance Pack (CHHA)
- 2.0 Golf R (CJXB, CJXC & CJXD)

I have listed both the VAG P/N's and the Mann P/N's below since Mann manufacture the VAG branded filters.

Engine Oil

Use oil to VW 504/507 spec, this is a must to comply with requirements for longlife service intervals (QG1) but also recommended for standard time-distance service intervals (QG0/2). VW in UK recommends Castrol Edge 5w30, as long as it is to 504/507 and a reputable brand it should be fine. VW's Quantum Longlife III 5w30 is made by Castrol and is essentially the same oil, but going by the datasheets it is very slightly more viscous at lower temperatures. Quantity required to top of dip stick marker is 5.7 litres.

Oil Filter
VAG (06L 115 562), Mann (HU 6002 z) - Note: 53 x 24 x 24 x 112mm

Sump Plug w/ o-ring
VAG (06L 103 801) Plastic sump, so plastic sump plug with o-ring.

Air Filter
VAG (5Q0 129 620B), Mann (C 30 005) - Note: 292 x 177 x 70mm

Cabin/Polen Filter

VAG (5Q0 819 653), Mann (CUK 26 009) - Note: 254 x 235 x 32mm
Did VAG change the oil filter part number for the Mk. 7 Golf R? I just received my oil filter from a VW dealership and the carton says 06K -115-562.

In addition, do I need a 1-1/4 in. socket for the oil filter cap?
 

GTIBEN

Ready to race!
Location
USA
Oil & filter change part numbers for service of mk7 Golf models:
- 2.0 GTI (CHHB)
- 2.0 GTI with Performance Pack (CHHA)
- 2.0 Golf R (CJXB, CJXC & CJXD)

I have listed both the VAG P/N's and the Mann P/N's below since Mann manufacture the VAG branded filters.

Engine Oil

Use oil to VW 504/507 spec, this is a must to comply with requirements for longlife service intervals (QG1) but also recommended for standard time-distance service intervals (QG0/2). VW in UK recommends Castrol Edge 5w30, as long as it is to 504/507 and a reputable brand it should be fine. VW's Quantum Longlife III 5w30 is made by Castrol and is essentially the same oil, but going by the datasheets it is very slightly more viscous at lower temperatures. Quantity required to top of dip stick marker is 5.7 litres.

Oil Filter
VAG (06L 115 562), Mann (HU 6002 z) - Note: 53 x 24 x 24 x 112mm

Sump Plug w/ o-ring
VAG (06L 103 801) Plastic sump, so plastic sump plug with o-ring.

Air Filter
VAG (5Q0 129 620B), Mann (C 30 005) - Note: 292 x 177 x 70mm

Cabin/Polen Filter
VAG (5Q0 819 653), Mann (CUK 26 009) - Note: 254 x 235 x 32mm
You say UK recommends Castrol Edge 5w30.

Someone please answer the following questions. I am neurotic and want to do it right. I really don't feel like uninstalling the JB1 just for an oil change...

What is specifically recommended in the US?

How many quarts?

If recipes are kept does it jeopardize warranty for not having your oil changed at a VW dealer?
 
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