Citroen, DS Automobiles and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Re: Citroen, DS Automobiles and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Please let me know the suspension position sensors for my DS5. The things that sit in the middle of the front and rear axles that tell it how loaded it is, that are bolted into the underside. They look like metal can with an arm sticking out and an electrical connection.

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Ok, so on the DS5 these are nothing to do with the suspension or load as you don't have any sort of active or hydraulic suspension that was exclusive to the C6 and C5. These are called body height sensors and on the DS5 are used specifically for the headlamp levelling only.

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(2) Front Body Height Sensor, part: 6224Q5, £208.52
(4) Headlight Adjusting Lever, part: 6224J9, £13.46
ds5 bhs Rear.PNG
(1) Headlamp Auto Adjuster Unit, part: 9812755280, £227.54

Note: There are parts shown on these diagrams that are not for your specific vehicle, for example some additional parts are only for Hybrid Models.

I included the headlamp ECU for reference too.
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Hello

Just purchased a low(ish) mileage 207 SW. This is the Petrol version with the 1.4 VTI Prince engine.

The car has been running fairly well but the gearbox is slightly noisy in 1st and 2nd. 3rd is quiet but not totally silent. Reverse and 4th & 5th are quiet.

I am thinking of replacing the gearbox and clutch assembly, but cannot establish what code the unit has.

Would any member know how to identify it?
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You'll need to provide your VIN here. Please post your VIN in full without spaces - it will be automatically masked from public view after submitting your post & will only be visible to staff.
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Hello

The Vin is - VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff].
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Gearbox info:
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(1) New Gearbox (CP (13X59), Marking CQ88), part 9803846280, £5,691.77
Standard Exchange Gearbox (Marking CQH8), part: 1608995480, £2,255.60
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GiveMeABreak wrote: 03 Oct 2023, 23:19 There is indeed, The kit (50) includes the belt (20) and the Tensioner Roller (8):

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(50) Ancillary Belt Roller Kit
OEM Original Kit, part: 1611277880, £127.36
DS Cheaper Alternative Kit, part: 1613444880, £38.10
Hey, Does this work with the a/c compressor too as it's not shown in the diagram?
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Yes.
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Morning Marc.

Two things. Firstly, I spoke with Jim at length at Easy Diagnostics the other day and he no longer has Lexia in stuck and says he is not able to get anymore. Maybe worth speaking with him to confirm. He's been a great help to this community over the years. It's a real shame.

Secondly, please may I have part number for the inlet manifold gasket on X435?

Also, if I may pick your brains in advance.

Is there any other gasket or part required when removing the inlet manifold on my car. Do you have the official procedure for removal anywhere? My official manuals seem to be lacking.

You may recall a recent request a couple of months ago about the EGR valve orientation. My manual is for RPO 8001 onwards dated September 1998. Does the forum have a later one which covers RPO 8744 by any slim chance? If so, removal procedure for inlet manifold, turbo and EGR would be GREATLY appreciated.
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(2) Air Distributor Seal, part: 0348N4, £7.06
(3) Air Distributor Seal, part: 0348N6, £3.12

Your RPO is 08744 for this vehicle (for which the above part numbers are for). As for EGR, your vehicle is the EEC 2000 L4 HIGHER ENGINE EMISSION CONTROL and this is the system fitted. The other is for the earlier system and is completely different.

Your system: (EEC 2000 L4 HIGHER ENGINE EMISSION CONTROL)
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Incorrect System: (UPPER ENGINE EMISSION CONTROL EEC 95 L3/W3)
roth worng egr.PNG
Check back here for Procedures. I will update this post when I've written each one up and posted:
Xantia II DW10ATED Turbo Removal / Refitting
Xantia II DW10ATED EGR Removal / Refitting

There's no spsecific procedure for removal of the inlet manifold - bar the EGR and cables obviously need removing first along with the turbo seal.
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Thank you Marc for prompt response.

Glad I asked about if there were any other seals.

As for the EGR, it's still wrong. Mine definitely lies horizontally off the end of the exhaust manifold. I appreciate they are supposed to be schematics only but historically they have usually always been an accurate reflection. The vacuum connection on mine points vertically.

However, could I have dimensions if available (if not, part numbers will suffice) for the studs that hold the EGR. Mine look very ropey and will undoubtedly sheer because they are so rusty.
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You'll need to provide me with the actual item numbers from the diagram Roger (and assume the correct diagram). I'm working on the procedures at present - see my additional comments on previous post above for links.
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GiveMeABreak wrote: 08 Oct 2023, 10:48 You'll need to provide me with the actual item numbers from the diagram Roger (and assume the correct diagram). I'm working on the procedures at present - see my additional comments on previous post above for links.
Sorry. No. 75 as and when.
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(75) Stud (6X100-22-16-10) part: 693095, £1.10
Procedures done.
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GiveMeABreak wrote: 08 Oct 2023, 11:01 (75) Stud (6X100-22-16-10) part: 693095, £1.10
Procedures done.
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Just seen. Again, glad I asked as I wouldn't have expected to have to remove EGR to get inlet manifold off. So it's not as straight forward as I thought. Hands and nails will need scrubbing for a week after...

They never seem to be clean at the moment.