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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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Hi Marc,

Any chance I can get a part number please for the fuse box/battery state of charge unit that sits on top of the battery as I have been told it is corroded?

2014 Peugeot 508 2.0 HDI 163 Auto

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

Many thanks.
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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Sure, here you go:

The Battery Charge Status Unit is item (30). It has been replaced with a superseded part now.
508 BCSU.PNG
Part: 9815524580, priced at £102.40 direct from Peugeot.

Prices as of this post & include UK VAT.
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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Thanks Marc.

Do you also have a part number for the fuse box that sits on top of the battery? It's called a battery control module fuse box or something along those lines.

Thanks again.
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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Do you mean the actual engine fuse box?
508 fuse box.PNG

But bear in mind the engine fuse box needs configuring to the vehicle on this model if being replaced!

Item (1) is the engine Fuse box, part: 9810719480 £333.24 inc. VAT
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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This is the part I am looking for but I obviously need to ascertain the correct part number before ordering:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2010-2015-PE ... 635-2958-0
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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That's not the same thing. The part in your link is a protection and management unit and is not the correct part number for your vehicle.
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9665878080 item (1) is the correct part number if this is what you are after. These are very specific, so you need the correct one.
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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I'm just going off what the family member was told by the Citroen dealer, which was corrosion in the fuse box on the battery. I'm guessing people refer to it as different things.

It's within this unit that we replaced a corroded ABS fuse and then the ABS started working again, so the fact they are saying it's corroded makes sense. I will ask them to clarify.

Thanks for your help.
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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Ok, so I'm not too worried about that - it's just that what you linked to is different to my post prior to the one above. They are completely different things.

One is the engine fuse box itself - and the other is the supplies and protection management unit - they're not the same thing, so just wanted to clarify that with you before you go buying something that may not be correct. :wink:
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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Hi Marc

Could you grab me a couple of part numbers please

Front Shim Set
the section of the exhaust that has the flexi pipe in, it's towards the front of the car

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Ok, so the front shim set is part: 440732 priced at £25.33 inc. VAT from Peugeot.

As for the exhaust - I can't see mention of a flexible pipe, so let me know which one you need - this is the intermediate and rear sections:
sunder exhaust.PNG
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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GiveMeABreak wrote:
13 Nov 2021, 09:12
Ok, so the front shim set is part: 440732 priced at £25.33 inc. VAT from Peugeot.

As for the exhaust - I can't see mention of a flexible pipe, so let me know which one you need - this is the intermediate and rear sections:

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Thanks very much Marc

I think the exhaust section is the part before the centre pipe you posted the pic of, it's certainly hidden by the engine tray as it was only when we removed that that we found the small split in the pipe

EDIT: Just looked on ebay and if it's not this one, it looks similar

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/153057054720 ... SwU4hbHV9y
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I misread your post and put the mid and rear up :roll:

Here you go, sorry about that - I was dealing with another 3008 at the time and got mixed up.
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Genuine Peugeot OEM: 1706V0 £149.66
Peugeot Recommended Cheaper part: 1607338480 £107.94
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Re: Important Information concerning access to PSA parts data

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GiveMeABreak wrote:
13 Nov 2021, 21:38
I misread your post and put the mid and rear up :roll:

Here you go, sorry about that - I was dealing with another 3008 at the time and got mixed up.

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Genuine Peugeot OEM: 1706V0 £149.66
Peugeot Recommended Cheaper part: 1607338480 £107.94
How much :cry:
I'll put up with the very slight blow I've had for a couple of years I think :-D

Cheap ones are on ebay for £24ish, brand new, is there any reason not to buy a cheapie, considering what it is and the car is 10 years old?
I have a feeling I'll need the clamps for both ends too, as they are likely to drop apart if I remove them, is there a specific part number for those too please?

Thanks very much for your help again :)
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Ok, so the clamp (13) is part 171366 (Diam 66)
and the clamp (2) on the previous diagram is part 171367 (Diam 54).

I can't get prices on these at present as the parts service is closed for 19 hours undergoing maintenance.

But to answer your question, the exhausts are probably more expensive as these will be original parts and so 10 years is fair game. As for aftermarket that part on ebay you linked to is a used part - so 11 year old itself - so no guarantees how long that will last.

As with anything, it's a price v quality issue - cheaper systems may not be made of the same quality materials and may wear / corrode more quickly, so down to choice.

An unbranded one here for £65 inc. VAT plus £15 delivery (http://www.exhaustdirect24.co.uk/shop-e ... ivery.html)- or take a chance on an OEM used one like that £26 one with free delivery...
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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GiveMeABreak wrote:
14 Nov 2021, 07:32
Ok, so the clamp (13) is part 171366 (Diam 66)
and the clamp (2) on the previous diagram is part 171367 (Diam 54).

I can't get prices on these at present as the parts service is closed for 19 hours undergoing maintenance.

But to answer your question, the exhausts are probably more expensive as these will be original parts and so 10 years is fair game. As for aftermarket that part on ebay you linked to is a used part - so 11 year old itself - so no guarantees how long that will last.

As with anything, it's a price v quality issue - cheaper systems may not be made of the same quality materials and may wear / corrode more quickly, so down to choice.

An unbranded one here for £65 inc. VAT plus £15 delivery (http://www.exhaustdirect24.co.uk/shop-e ... ivery.html)- or take a chance on an OEM used one like that £26 one with free delivery...
Thanks Marc
I wasn't meaning the used one, just popped that up to show what it looked like so you could identify it easier :)
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/234271795317 ... SwZuNhhOIs
thats a brand new one, £30 and theres 20% off at the moment, so £24 delivered. Cant find much out about BM Cats with regards to exhaust sections, although their cats seem to get ok reviews, only thing that keeps being mentioned is the weld isn't the neatest, but as you can't see it that doesn't matter :)