Injector Seals

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maverick54
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Injector Seals

Post by maverick54 »

Need to replace a couple of injector seals on my 1.6 Bluehdi Grand Picasso

Been looking on the auction sites and there are plenty listed for the older HDI engines but none of them mention that they are suitable for the Bluehdi.

Can anyone confim if they are the same seals please before I jump in and buy a set?

Thank you
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Re: Injector Seals

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It will be down to the specific engine not whether it's an HDi or Blue HDi - that's just a designation for later vehicles with greater emission controls like the SCR system being added.

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Re: Injector Seals

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Wow. I read this on the front page of your forum and thought I'd join as it appeared a friendly place:

'This Forum is run completely independently, on a non-commercial basis and is hosted and maintained by a group of volunteers for the benefit of French Car enthusiasts Worldwide'

1st post and your asking for money. Other car forums have members that are happy to share their knowledge for free and many members myself included upgrade to a paid subscription when we feel the forum is worth supporting as it has given us a fair bit of free help and now we are happy to pay a bit to help support it.

Bang your straight in there, Not the sort of forum I would want to be a member of. Feel free to delete my acoount as I wont be back.
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Re: Injector Seals

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We are happy to share any knowledge we already have but if it's something that needs access to the genuine PSA parts database (sadly, quite often) then, as Marc says, that costs us.

I suspect you've already gone and this is falling on barren ground but I could not let this go unanswered.
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Paul-R wrote:
14 Apr 2022, 21:59
I suspect you've already gone and this is falling on barren ground...
Re: Injector SealsPost by maverick54 » Thu Apr 14, 2022 5:25 pm
Last active:Thu Apr 14, 2022 5:25 pm

As I suspected, left straight away and, unless he logged out, hasn't been back since.

We've had this at least once before and while we might say that the OP is being a bit over-sensitive maybe we shouldn't introduce the possibility of having to pay quite so early on or so bluntly??