Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Hi peeps/Marc. Whilst replacing the starter motor, which was covered in oil, I noticed a hose which seems to of been sliced together (smaller hose forced into larger hose via a 2inch cut). It's very oily and thought that it might be the reason for the oily starter motor as it sits just above it. I've tried looking at photos online but nothing really shows the hose in question. So I took a few photos...
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I believe it goes to the oil filter. Is there a part number for this? Also is it possible something else was leaking oil onto the starter motor. Thx in advance. [-o< VIN is VF7**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Hello all. My sister has managed to loose the fuel filler cap for her 2001 2.2 C5… it’s the magnetic type that tells the car to inject Eolys fluid so I’d better get it replaced pronto!

Can I have the part number, please, and is it still available to buy from Citroen? If not I’ll get a second hand one.
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Rp0thejester wrote:
04 Jun 2022, 14:20
Hi peeps/Marc. Whilst replacing the starter motor, which was covered in oil, I noticed a hose which seems to of been sliced together (smaller hose forced into larger hose via a 2inch cut). It's very oily and thought that it might be the reason for the oily starter motor as it sits just above it. I've tried looking at photos online but nothing really shows the hose in question.
Have a look at the diagram below and let me know which item you suspect it is:

Both (5) & (9) are the Cylinder Block Oil Return Pipes.
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jamescarruthers wrote:
04 Jun 2022, 16:43
Hello all. My sister has managed to loose the fuel filler cap for her 2001 2.2 C5… it’s the magnetic type that tells the car to inject Eolys fluid so I’d better get it replaced pronto!

Can I have the part number, please, and is it still available to buy from Citroen? If not I’ll get a second hand one.
James, if this is for your VIN ending 665, then there were 2 options - a locking cap and a non-locking cap:
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(6) Locking
Combination specified on order, part: 1508J4, £72.88
Random Combination, part: 1508J3, £101.77

(10) Non-locking was part: 1508F7, £19.09, but no longer available.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Hi Marc, thx for the reply, I don't know how to copy your photo post. My engine doesn't look anything like that diagram. Or am I seeing it from backside of engine?
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I believe this is the pipe
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This is the correct diagram from your VIN. The other 2.2 is the 175 BHP model so different again.
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This diagram below shows the oil cartridge diagram and this you can see looks like your last photo. the previous diagram I posted is to show the pipes that are not on the lubrication diagram.
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Ah, that square box confuses me as didn't notice it on starter motor change, I believe it's part no 9
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My car has had a replacement engine so not sure if VIN is accurate
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Assuming you have replaced it with the exact same engine then it will be fine.

Item (9) is unfortunately no longer available :( - which is probably why it has been badly bodged. If they have connected the pipes together then of course it is going to leak with pressure build up.

You may need to try and get some pipe made up or modify a similar pipe.

The original part was: 1180K9.
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Ah, that explains it, thx for the info. So nowhere does that hose?
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As the part is no longer available it could be worth calling into Pirtek with (if it can be safely removed) that item 9 pipe, to see if they could make up a replacement. You don't have much to loose, and a safely working engine to gain.
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That's exactly what I was thinking!! Pirtek or any other hydraulic hose company. I've destroyed many a hose on a Brokk
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Thx for the info Marc, that was what I was expecting. My garage told me the brake pipe lines aren't available, is that correct??
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Rp0thejester wrote:
04 Jun 2022, 18:50
Ah, that explains it, thx for the info. So nowhere does that hose?
Officially no - they have stopped making that part now as the car is over 16 years old. It really depends on what the part is and the demand.

I forgot to mention the dimensions for you:

DIAM 12X16 LONG 245