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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Parts Requests

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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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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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692117 is the old part number, they have now been superseded to the 691536 which are 94p each inc VAT
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94p each seems a might excessive for what look to be ordinary setscrews.
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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!
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thanks, but it looks like Club-XM gave me the wrong part number in that case. The part I am looking for is the M6 cap nut that fixes the brake actuation lever bracket to the bulkhead, unfortunately this is the best picture I can find. The part number for the M7 is the one I circled in red, The bracket (not shown in your diagram) is arrowed in blue. The bolt I am looking for is circled in blue. Does this help identify it ?
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Here you go - just let me know which item - I didn't realise what you were after from your original description, but here are the 'footbrake' parts:

If it's item (85) DIAM 6X100-8-13 then it's part: 693633, £1.12 each.
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Sorry Mark, its still not on there. Its not the footbrake, its the actual brake pedal. The brake pedal has a rod attached with goes through a hole into the scuttle compartment under the bonnet, via a rubber gaiter (the black cone shaped item on my photo with the cross on the top) when you press the brake pedal the rod moves the actuator and presses the button on the doseur valve (the green dome in the middle of my photo) The actuator mechanism is bolted to the doseur valve face with 2x m7 hex head bolts. these are the parts I incorrectly supplied the part number for earlier. the bracket is L shape and bolts to the scuttle panel with 3x m6 cap head Internal hex bolts. these are the parts I am looking for. Let me see if I can take a better photo on my car this morning. thanks for your help with this and sorry I am not explaining it very well
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some more pictures
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Ok, I think we finally have it. Now you mentioned the brake pedal assembly, I knew it was the Toe Board diagram that shows your part item (6) in your photo.
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So for all the nuts shown these are the part numbers:

(30) 693319 £2.38
(31) 6939C2 (which is the replacement part for the original part 693983) £0.32
(32) 6936C6 £2.87
(33) 693633 £1.12
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ah yes, thats the one. Thanks for that Marc
The part number I am looking for looks like part 15/16 (m6 cap bolts)
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It's 15, but it's NFP. However, it gives the spec as M6 x 1mm thread x 20mm so you should be able to track some down.
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ok brilliant, thank you
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Hi Marc. Please can you give me the part nos and prices for items 3 and 4 - the CV boot kits in the 3008 Hybrid4 driveshaft diagram you sent me. Also I need to get the RH scuttle drain hose for my 3008 so can I get the part no and price also.

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