Do motorhomes use AdBlue?
Your motorhome may be equipped with a diesel exhaust fluid called Adblue. This fluid helps reduce harmful toxins that are released from exhaust fumes.
Is my motorhome Euro 6?
For cars, the required standards are Euro 4 for petrol and Euro 6 for diesel, generally meaning cars registered from 2006 or 2015 respectively. For campervans and motorhomes, diesel standards are Euro 6 for smaller vehicles (from 2015) and Euro VI for larger ones (from 2016).
Is a Citroen Relay the same as a Fiat Ducato?
Presumably you are referring to current Citroen Relay and Fiat Ducato vehicles. Citroen Relay, Fiat Ducato and Peugeot Boxer vehicles are produced in the same factory at Atessa Val Di Sangro, Italy. Citroen Relay and Peugeot Boxer vehicles are essentially the same, the differences being primarily cosmetic (eg.
Is a ram ProMaster the same as a Fiat Ducato?
The main — and most obvious — difference between the Ram ProMaster and the Fiat Ducato is that the ProMaster is sold in the U.S. and Canada, and the Ducato is sold overseas. The biggest similarity between the two is that both are built with the same unibody construction.
How often should you change a cam belt on a motorhome?
To check the schedule for replacing your timing belt/cambelt you can refer to your owner’s manual which will indicate a mileage of anywhere from 50,000 to 90,000 miles or suggest replacement at around 5 years.
How much does a Fiat Ducato weigh?
The Fiat Ducato is available with three wheelbases and four gross vehicle weights of 2.5, 2.9, 3.3 and 3.5 tonnes. The interiors look pretty similar with the old Ducato with a modular design and a similarly dash-mounted gear lever.
Is the Fiat Ducato a success or failure?
Since its first introduction the Ducato has prove to be a surprisingly success for Fiat and it was sold in nice numbers. The current market response isn’t bad either, as the vehicle is very practical and has a versatile nature being available in van and chassis cab versions with both single and double cab configurations.
What type of suspension does the Fiat Ducato have?
The Fiat Ducato comes with MacPherson wishbone front suspensions with anti-roll bars and shock absorbers, while at the back it features double leaf, single leaf or pneumatic suspensions.
How many diesel engines does the Ducato have?
Similarly with its two brothers from Peugeot and Citroen, the Ducato also comes with a choice of three basic diesel engines, but unlike its siblings the engines are more powerful and meet the Euro 5 emission standards.