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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Two part request, both relating to my C5.
Is it possible to get the wiring harnesses to connect the heater elements of the seats to the rest of the electrics? I know Paul said he did not know if the heater elements worked, but as they are not even connected they cannot work! The motors do (as do the airbags, due to no error messages). If the harnesses are available could I have the stock codes and prices? I know I will have to get a car electrician to fit them.
Could somebody post up diagrams showing where the actuator motors for the heating system, please? The driver side is not producing any warm air, but the passenger side does.
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Help needed for my C4 Picasso on my maintenance fleet. Due to me having Covid at the moment I cannot go and sort this out myself so I would appreciate it if I could have the part number for the vehicle battery. All things being equal if my friend can source a battery locally she will take it to B.L.Autos for them to swap it out and hence make sure it is done correctly. The Vin is VF7**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]. Thanks in anticipation!! :)
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Mick the battery is part: 1637201380 (£199.14 from Citroen), it is a Level 3 battery, (L3D 720/70A). However..... on checking the vehicle, there is an outstanding after-sales campaign logged against this C4 Picasso, so needs to get booked into the dealer. It will be FOC work, but I can't tell you what it is for.
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Thanks Marc as ever. :)
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Hell Razor5543 wrote:
19 Jan 2022, 16:03
Two part request, both relating to my C5.
Is it possible to get the wiring harnesses to connect the heater elements of the seats to the rest of the electrics?
James, the main intermediate harness is already fitted there is no other version, but there are 2 sets of seats electric and non-electric. Without the electric seats in the first place, you can't connect up any heated seat elements as there will be no modules in the seats for this.
James Seat Original.JPG
James Seat Electric.JPG
Driver's Manual Seat (Yours)Driver Seat (Electric Version)
So there are several harness modules, but I can't tell you which of these are which - as you can see because they are not designated on a function by function basis, but they may all be interconnected before they go to the main interior harness.

Item (24) 8906GW (NFP)
Item (25) 8906GX (NFP)

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Fuel cap magnet please.

Peugeot 207 1.4 Hdi 2011

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

Dropped mine yesterday when picking it up noticed gaps for magnet but no magnet, so just wondered if my car should have one or not please.

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I don' think you have one. The engine ECU receives the information on the amount of fuel put in the vehicle, via the BSI, from the Fuel gauge and the Wheel speed sensors which detect when the vehicle is stationary and memorises the level of fuel present in the tank.

Depending on the quantity of fuel put in, the engine ECU determines the quantity of additive to be injected into the fuel tank and controls the fuel additive pump. The engine ECU sends a request for additive to a total volume made up of one or more individual volumes each not exceeding 1265 mm³, to the fuel additive pump, via the BSI.

The only parts shown are the flap and the whole filler assembly. Although there is a plug detect harness, not all vehicles have them and looking at your vehicle they may have dispensed with it and now use the system I described above.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Sorry to ask but looking at the seat exploded diagram posted for James is there any chance i could get something similar for my C4.
You have provided me with other diagrams for the wiring but i have a window where the auto sparky can have a look at the issue of the drivers seat not heating so any info i can give him may well save me a few quid :)

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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GiveMeABreak wrote:
23 Jan 2022, 12:53
I don' think you have one. The engine ECU receives the information on the amount of fuel put in the vehicle, via the BSI, from the Fuel gauge and the Wheel speed sensors which detect when the vehicle is stationary and memorises the level of fuel present in the tank.

Depending on the quantity of fuel put in, the engine ECU determines the quantity of additive to be injected into the fuel tank and controls the fuel additive pump. The engine ECU sends a request for additive to a total volume made up of one or more individual volumes each not exceeding 1265 mm³, to the fuel additive pump, via the BSI.

The only parts shown are the flap and the whole filler assembly. Although there is a plug detect harness, not all vehicles have them and looking at your vehicle they may have dispensed with it and now use the system I described above.
Many thanks for confirming that Marc it's much appreciated
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Hi
Sorry if this answered elsewhere but I just seek clarification....
If I donate, can I then access the PSA parts info directly or do I have to post psrts enquiries on here for an assigned member to look them up?
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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You need to post here for your parts requests, we do not provide direct access.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Hi Marc,

Could you please give me the part number(s) for the coolant expansion tank and cap please?

Let me know if you need my car details again

Cheers,
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Here you go Dan, note the tank (if buying new from Citroen) already includes the cap, but I've shown both part numbers in case you are searching second hand.
Dan CD.JPG
Degassing Tank: 1323FA £57.29
Cap: 1306J5 £6.38

Direct from Citroen, VAT Inc. as of today.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Brilliant, nice and quick as usual

Cheers Marc, have a good evening!

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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No worries, you too. :wink: