Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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Thanks, Marc!!
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Hi just wondering if someone could help me with the power steering pipes part number. One of them has a split in the needs changing.

I'm thinking there the same as my c4gp 2 but want to double check

Thanks in advance

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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@gouldie: If it's the High Pressure Steering pipe shown at (1), then it is part 4014SN (for your vehicle, VIN ending 829).
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Priced at £188.18 inc. VAT direct from Citroen.

The C4 Picasso MK II (B78) doesn't have any power steering pipes - it uses an electric Power steering system.

The C4 Picasso MK I only used the same part number on models from a specific build date (10 December 2010) on specific engines.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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Hi no it's the return hose that's leaking do you have the part number for that one? Thanks
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That's the only part listed as you can see from the diagram, and no other part number shown, so they possibly come as one set. Best to check with the dealer's part department for confirmation.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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Ok thanks Marc

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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Hi. Looking for the part number for the 3 bolts which hold the doseur valve bracket to the bulkhead on a series 2 RHD XM please
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Let me know the item numbers:
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Hi , thanks for that. But it was the ones which attach the bracket with the actuation arm to the bulkhead (3x Internal torx bolts with washers) not the ones for the valve itself. Sorry if I wasn't clear in my first post
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I have to pop out now, but can you be more specific as the above was from the toe board assembly! There's nothing showing obviously for the doseur. Do you have a picture of location and I'll have a look when I get back.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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someone from Club-Xm has provided the part number
p/n 6921 17, or 6915 36
For reference They are the m6 cap bolts which hold the bracket which holds the doseur to the bulkhead and contains the mechanism to actuate the doseur from the pedal
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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692117 is the old part number, they have now been superseded to the 691536 which are 94p each inc VAT
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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94p each seems a might excessive for what look to be ordinary setscrews.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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They are M7 though so might be a challenge to get elsewhere!!
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Hmm, 100mm long seem difficult to find so statement retracted!