Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Thx that will help alot, so the internal diameter is 12mm?
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Rp0thejester wrote:
04 Jun 2022, 19:03
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??
Again, it depends on which pipes you need - some are and some aren't:
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Available: 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15,
Unavailable: 5, 6, 12, 13
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Rp0thejester wrote:
04 Jun 2022, 19:09
Thx that will help alot, so the internal diameter is 12mm?
Yes :wink:
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I know it's a stupid question, but I'm a diamond/core driller. The amount of times I'm told internal dimensions rather than the external dimensions...
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Rp0thejester wrote:
04 Jun 2022, 19:15
I know it's a stupid question, but I'm a diamond/core driller. The amount of times I'm told internal dimensions rather than the external dimensions...
One of my (myriad of) sayings is "There is no such thing as a stupid question". If you don't have the information you require you have to enquire.
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Great anology, my fav is Fail to plan Plan to fail. But I always say to anyone, if you don't know ASK! Nothing worse than them get it wrong!! If you don't know ASK!!! It takes a real man to ask for help, kids struggle
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Rp0thejester wrote:
04 Jun 2022, 19:37
Great anology, my fav is Fail to plan Plan to fail. But I always say to anyone, if you don't know ASK! Nothing worse than them get it wrong!! If you don't know ASK!!! It takes a real man to ask for help, kids struggle
I have an addendum to that saying; "...but stupid, avoidable mistakes do exist".
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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GiveMeABreak wrote:
04 Jun 2022, 17:23
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.
Thanks very much. Got a second hand on the way now. Cheers.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Hi all
I have a D9 406 SV, VIN VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff], which is currently refusing to start. The starter no longer spins - best I was able to get was a very weak part-turn. This has been brewing for a while, but at first it was just occasionally, and after a few retries it would suddenly just work.

It is definitely not the battery - it's showing 12.7 volts. Just to be sure I connected jumper leads from a running vehicle - measured voltage at 13.8v - no difference.

Now I realise that there are other possibilities, but is 438087 the right starter motor? Looks like Spareto could fly one out to me for about $100 less than I could buy one in Australia.

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Alec, PM sent.
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Hello. I'm searching for a blower fan, complete and the resistor. VIN VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]

THANKS IN ADVANCE
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You'll have to be more specific:- The radiator fan and control unit or the internal passenger heating blower motor and blower control module?

But on the basis you mentioned resistor, I'll assume you meant the heating blower motor...
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Item (2) Part: 6441N4, £315.68, but no longer available from Citroen
Item (4) Part: 644178, £195.83, blower motor control module.
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GiveMeABreak wrote:
08 Jun 2022, 10:14
You'll have to be more specific:- The radiator fan and control unit or the internal passenger heating blower motor and blower control module?

But on the basis you mentioned resistor, I'll assume you meant the heating blower motor...

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Item (2) Part: 6441N4, £315.68, but no longer available from Citroen
Item (4) Part: 644178, £195.83, blower motor control module.

Thanks. Yes. I was referring to the internal blower motor and resistor.

Appreciate your assistance as usual.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Official Part Number Requests

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Okay had the car 10 years but never noticed this.
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I only noticed because I lost 1.
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is their a part number for this? And also what are they there for?
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Its the covers for the headlamp washer jets. The part number is 6438K7 & the come as a set of 2. £57.07 inc VAT but they will come un painted.
Get a set from a breakers from the same colour of car is your best bet.
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