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I need to know wich motor oil, coolant supstance and radio code can I use for my ford focus 1.8 tdci year 2003

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Use Valvoline 10W30 Motor Oil, The Coolant should be the Standard Green Antifreeze 50/50 Mix, The Radio Code will need to be Retrieved from the Dealership Near you with the Serial of the Staereo or your Vin #. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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