Citroen, DS Automobiles and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Paul-R wrote: 01 Dec 2023, 16:30 If the drawings are to be believed this is a solid flywheel.
A good example of where this all goes wrong: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/265800338699
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Which doesn't really help Husky. With the flywheel in question, is it or is it not a solid flywheel?
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PSA sometimes state whether it's a DMF (but not always and some can look like the one pictured but actually be a DMF), but as it was not mentioned, neither did I so as not to add to the confusion. Best for Husky to check with his dealer if unsure.
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Pretty sure that's a solid flywheel, it usually says Dual flywheel if it's DMF, and it certainly shows a clutch with springs for a SMF rather than a solid plate for a DMF. The one Marc linked on eBay is a solid flywheel, despite what it says! There are always exceptions of course... Will only know for sure once it is out.
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3 ebay sellers confirmed solid, its a 1.4 so id think it wouldn't vibrate as much as a 1.6hdi, my old 206cc was dmf but i did the conversion tbh it drove the same, they last longer too
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Hi Marc, can you give me the part numbers for rear brake hoses for my C5 x7
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(3) Left Hose
OEM Original Rear Brake Hose Left, part: 4806K2, £50.94
Cheaper Hose, part: 1650842280, £27.04

(4) Right Hose
OEM Original Rear Brake Hose Right, part: 4806K3, £55.25
Cheaper Hose, part: 1650842380, £27.04
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Thanks Marc
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Could I have the number for camshaft sensor please? VF7**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]
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(15) Camshaft Position Sensor, (LG 57 BA WHITE), part: 1920ES (No Longer Available from Citroen).
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Thank you Marc
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Good evening,

Could I please have thread sizes for front and rear brake bleed nipples, Peugeot 406 Coupe 2.2 HDi.

It has Brembo calipers on the front, which I think were standard fit at this point (cost engineered back to the Lucas items later in the Coupe's production run I think)


Vin number VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]

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They are not provided Matt, only the complete Caliper fixing screws, but no parts shown for the bleeding nipples.
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GiveMeABreak wrote: 06 Dec 2023, 11:28 They are not provided Matt, only the complete Caliper fixing screws, but no parts shown for the bleeding nipples.
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Hi Marc
Can I get part number and price for these please?
VR3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]

The little plastic piece on the end of the bonnet stand
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The access hole cover in the RHS boot trim
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The top part of the centre console as pictured
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