Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Are the front driveshafts and engine/transmission mounts the same as a standard 2.0l AMT6 model? the vin no for my 3008 is VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff].
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission monts

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Doesn't look like it... The driveshafts are for the semi auto box only, which only seems to be on the Hybrid. The gearbox mount is probably the same, at least in parts.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Any chance you could put up the part numbers. thanks
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Let me know which numbered items you want parts numbers for:
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(1) Anti Torque Link
(5) Engine Mounting Bracket Right
(6) & (7) Engine Mounting Brackets
(9) Engine Mounting Bracket Right
(16) Engine Elastic Mounting Bracket Left
(20) Engine Mounting Bracket Right
(24) Gearbox Support
(27) Power Train Impact Absorber
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Could I get part numbers for 1, 16, 19, 20 and 27 as well as the part numbers for the right and left drive shafts (complete). thanks.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Mountings

(1) 1806H0 (NFP) This part is no longer available from Peugeot.
(16) 184468 £78.52
(19) 180940 £38.50
(20) 1807EW £165.17
(27) 189055 £40.12

Driveshafts
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(1) 3272YY OEM Driveshaft Left £434.42
(1) 3272YZ Exchange Left £253.32

(2) 3273ZT OEM Driveshaft Right £434.42
(2) 3273ZV Exchange Right £253.32

All VAT inclusive from Peugeot as of today.

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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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The front shafts have stickers on them that say PSA 96 719 996 80 and 96 719 997 80. How does this compare to the part numbers above? Can these shafts be changed without resetting the transmission ecu?
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Those are the longer international part numbers for your driveshafts. The numbers I provided are the official PSA part numbers which may be either their shorter internal numbers or a number like those you quoted. I can only provide the official ones as listed by PSA for you.

I can't see anything listed about the transmission ECU needing resetting for the driveshaft replacements.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Thanks for that.
My local garage is reluctant to fit drive shafts claiming the gearbox ecu needs reset if any fluid is topped up.
I suspect my vibration is an inner CV joint on the nsf shaft. I can get a shaft but no one locally wants to work on Hybrids or EVs.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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Ok, this is a different matter. As you have a piloted manual gearbox it's a bit more complicated and they may be confused:-

The gearbox itself is a manual gearbox and if you lose any oil as part of the driveshaft replacement, then you need to top that up with the same amount that came out so this has to be carefully measured. That requires no special operation.

I think the mechanics are getting confused with the piloting actuators which operate the gear change and clutch mechanisms. These are hydraulically controlled. This system shouldn't need to be touched as far as I'm aware. But if the piloted actuators needed oil topping up, then the oil level must be checked and topped up if necessary when the system is depressurised and to do that you need a capable diagnostic tool like Diagbox. But this is a separate job and shouldn't have any bearing on the driveshaft replacement.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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That's exactly what I understand. I think they are just not interested. Two of my local garages actually won't even entertain it because of the high voltage battery and cables. There are other places I just would not trust. So the hunt is on for a reliable garage to fit the front drive shaft to see if my diagnosis of a worn inner CV is correct. My knee pain stops me working unless things are up on a ramp nowadays. I just don't have the facilities nowadays.
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Re: Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 driveshafts and transmission mounts

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At long last I have been proved right. It was an inner CV joint failure. Probably caused by a clumsy change of broken front springs! Not going to elaborate but I am looking for a reliable garage to do my servicing and MOTs now.
I have put up pictures on my other thread about vibrations elsewhere.
I rebuilt a secondhand shaft for a fraction of the cost of a Peugeot Exchange Unit including importing it from Lithuania! Now that I have done that I now know where to get the bits I needed in the UK, but needs must!
The biggest problem with a lot of Peugeot/Citroen driveshafts is the staked spider joints instead of circlips but, once passed that problem, everything else is straightforward and I rebuilt the shaft quite easily really.
The car is now driving perfectly without the "buckled wheel" feeling through the car. My fault for letting it develop as far as it did, but, in my defence, I have never personally experienced these symtoms before and usually I would have dealt with burst boots long before damage occurred. I just did not find that the boot was cut. The dollop of silicone sealer over the cut disguised it! Not going to elaborate more!
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Found this originally when I put my neighbour's son under the car with a camera. Anyone want a chimney swept! Poor lad got no real choice!