Eolys?

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Re: Eolys?

Post by bkod » 13 Apr 2018, 21:18

1500 LZ is a part number for old pouch. As far as I know it's out of stock, it was about £150 at Citroen.
New part number is 9678027980. It's over £350. According to citroen service instruction you are supposed to use proper part number as replacement.
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Re: Eolys?

Post by GiveMeABreak » 13 Apr 2018, 21:24

Yes but the £150 kit was a 1.1 litre kit.
The other one is 3.3 Litres, so 3 times the price.

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Post by bkod » 13 Apr 2018, 21:34

After replacing the pouch do you just tell ecu you replaced it or you type in the volume of the pouch you put in?
How does it work like in diagbox?
If there's different sizes of the pouch there must be way to tell ecu what is put in.

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Re: Eolys?

Post by GiveMeABreak » 10 May 2018, 16:36

I can't say for the pouch versions - as that might be just as simple as telling it that it has been replaced, as the pouch should be a standard size.

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Re: Eolys?

Post by bkod » 21 May 2018, 11:28

GiveMeABreak wrote:
13 Apr 2018, 21:24
Yes but the £150 kit was a 1.1 litre kit.
The other one is 3.3 Litres, so 3 times the price.


You mentioned two sizes of pouches in one of your previous posts...

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Re: Eolys?

Post by GiveMeABreak » 21 May 2018, 12:43

Yes, I meant standard sizes - but as I said, I have the tank - not pouches. It may very well be the same procedure for the Pouch as it is for liquid top-up. The instructions should be listed within the procedure regardless.

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Re: Eolys?

Post by RichardW » 21 May 2018, 20:23

I think the later pouch is more expensive by virtue of the additive rather than the volume - data suggests that it will use >3l over 75k, so a 3.3l pouch seems about right (not sure where you saw the volume, Marc?). Certainly when I did our C4 Picasso pouch there would have been no room for a larger pouch in the housing! I did consider having a go at refilling it, but got a pouch for about £120 so didn't bother - and when I got it out it was leaking so just as well! When replaced it just asked me if I had fitted a new one and that was it, no questions about volume. Similar when I put the Lexia on crapday's X7 - although that is a tank, it didn't ask for the volume (although the amount it then reported in the tank was significantly less than Gary had added!). It shouldn't be too hard to drop the tank out and have a look to see if the bag is intact, and how much is left to determine if it's worth having a bash at putting a litre or 2 in it - if you're not doing that many miles it will last a good while.

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Re: Eolys?

Post by GiveMeABreak » 21 May 2018, 22:26

RichardW wrote:
21 May 2018, 20:23
I think the later pouch is more expensive by virtue of the additive rather than the volume - data suggests that it will use >3l over 75k, so a 3.3l pouch seems about right (not sure where you saw the volume, Marc?).


9678027980 Is the reference the OP linked to Richard, and if you look closely on the package, bottom left of the photo below, you can just see the 3.3l. You have to be an eagle eyed Eddie to see it otherwise :-D
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Re: Eolys?

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