When to replace the Oil Filter on your RENAULT SCÉNIC
Recommended replacement interval for the part category Oil filter : 2 year / 20000 km
Important!
This replacement procedure can be used for:
RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 1.6 (JA00, JA16, JA15, JA19, JA1V, JA2B, JA2C, JA0B,..., RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 1.6 BiFuel (JA04), RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 1.8 4x4, RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 1.6, RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 1.8 16V (JA12, JA1R, JA1M, JA1A), RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 2.0 16V (JA1B, JA1D, JA0C), RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 2.0 16V RX4, RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 2.0 16V (JA1D, JA17), RENAULT Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) 1.4 16V (JA0D, JA1H, Ja0W, JA10) View more

The steps may slightly vary depending on the car design.

This video shows the replacement procedure of a similar car part on another vehicle

All the parts you need to replace – Oil Filter for Scénic I (JA0/1_, FA0_) and other RENAULT models
Tools
Replacement: engine oil and filter – RENAULT SCÉNIC I (JA0/1_). Tools you might need:
Wire brush
All-purpose cleaning spray
Torque wrench
Square oil drain plug socket No.8
Oil filter cup socket #74-15F
Oil filter cup socket #76-12F
Ratchet wrench
Funnel
Fender cover
Replacement: engine oil and filter – RENAULT SCÉNIC I (JA0/1_). AUTODOC experts recommend:
  • Replace the oil filter every time when changing motor oil.
  • Wear gloves to prevent contact with hot liquid.
  • Please note: all work on the car – RENAULT SCÉNIC I (JA0/1_) – should be done with the engine switched off.
Carry out replacement in the following order:
  1. Step 1
    Open the hood.
    Step 2
    Use a fender protection cover to prevent damaging paintwork and plastic parts of the car.
    Step 3
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    Pull up the oil dipstick.
  2. Step 4
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    Unscrew the oil filler plug.
  3. Step 5
    Lift the car using a jack or place it over an inspection pit.
    Replacement: engine oil and filter – RENAULT SCÉNIC I (JA0/1_). AUTODOC experts recommend:
    The vehicle must be on even keel, and if it is at an angle, the drain plug must be at the lowest point.
    Step 6
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    Put a waste oil container with at least 5 l capacity under the drainage hole.
  4. Step 7
    Clean the area of the oil pan drainage hole. Use a wire brush. Use all-purpose cleaning spray.
    Step 8
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    Unscrew the drain plug. Use square oil drain plug socket No.8 Use a ratchet wrench.
  5. Step 9
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    Drain the used oil.
    Replacement: engine oil and filter – RENAULT SCÉNIC I (JA0/1_). Tip:
    Caution! The oil may be hot.Wait until the oil has completely drained from the drainage hole.
  6. Step 10
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    Unscrew the oil filter. Use the 76/12-F socket. Use a ratchet wrench.
  7. Step 11
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    Clean the oil filter seat. Use all-purpose cleaning spray.
  8. Step 12
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    Lubricate the rubber seal of the new filter with a little amount of fresh oil.
  9. Step 13
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    Screw the new filter into its place. Use the 74/15-F socket. Use a torque wrench. Tighten it to 20 nm torque.
  10. Step 14
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    Clean the area of the oil pan drainage hole. Use all-purpose cleaning spray.
  11. Step 15
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    Screw in the new drainage plug and tighten it. Use square oil drain plug socket No.8 Use a torque wrench. Tighten it to 28 nm torque.
  12. Step 16
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    Clean the area of the oil pan drainage hole. Use all-purpose cleaning spray.
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