C5 2009 2.0 hdi

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C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by Grahambeveridge225 » 22 Aug 2019, 19:40

Hey guys looking to find and cost a replacement fuel pressure regulator for 2.0 hdi tourer 136 bhp

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by Gibbo2286 » 22 Aug 2019, 19:49

If you mean the one on the fuel rail take care if going to Ebay, their compatibility list is wrong and you might, like me get the wrong part.

The first seller doesn't respond to messages so I've just re-ordered from this seller who assures me that he's double checked the compatibility for my car

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FUEL-HIGH-P ... 2749.l2649

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by GiveMeABreak » 22 Aug 2019, 20:40

Citroen do NOT sell the pressure regulator separate - it is part of the rail and there is a specific note about not disconnecting it - (risk of vehicle not starting). So be prepared if you have issues with an aftermarket one.

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by Grahambeveridge225 » 22 Aug 2019, 23:36

Damn does this make it an expensive part now 😂

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by GiveMeABreak » 23 Aug 2019, 09:01

If this is for your C5 VIN ending 125, then the rail is Part: 1570L9. The cost is £280.96 inc. VAT from Citroen

One here from France £215.93 plus UK Delivery 15 Euros

https://www.eurofrance.pl/en_GB/p/Injec ... rrency=GBP

I only mentioned about the pressure sensor, as there have been some here that have ordered this separately from an aftermarket supplier (several brands) and it did not work - but after replacing the complete rail the car started - so there must be some truth in it and another reason why Citroen say not to separate the sensor from the rail.

Just thought I'd mention it to save some possible grief.

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by Grahambeveridge225 » 24 Aug 2019, 21:56

Thanks for all your help guys. Is it easy to replace or a nightmare

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by Nemo26 » 01 Sep 2019, 20:21

Febi bilstein delivers original sensor in their package
Febi part nr. 45177
PSA part nr. 1920 GW
Torque 55 Nm
Screw M12x1.5
Only for delphi injection system
Can't say enough how important is not to contaminate opened system with dust and particles
Been there, done that, and car starts since than without issues.

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by GiveMeABreak » 01 Sep 2019, 21:05

1920GW is not the correct part for Graham's C5. 1920GW is only for the 1.6 DV6TED4 engine!

The fuel rail sensor is in entirely the wrong location on the 1.6 (at the end), where it is on the middle of the DW10BTED4 2.0.

That's another reason why we always ask for the VIN so we don't give out wrong information.... I'm sure you meant well, but it is the wrong part.

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by Nemo26 » 02 Sep 2019, 05:52

No, delphi uses only one type of sensor. That's sensor made by company Sensato and can be found under manufacturer part nr 96.582.278.80.
Psa have this same sensor under different numbers, why I don't know. It's true that there is no replace part in service box, also I don't know why. What important is, that every delphi system uses same sensor. I can personally confirm that sensor 1920GW does decent job on my 2.0 hdi. Only wrong thing in my previous post is torque. It is 45 Nm, not 55 Nm.
Here are all parts numbers of same sensor:

ALFA ROMEO - 9658227880 / 9658227880
CITROËN - 1920GW / 1920GW
CITROËN - 9654592680 / 9654592680
CITROËN/PEUGEOT - 1920.GW / 1920GW
CITROËN/PEUGEOT - 9653981180 / 9653981180
DELPHI - 55PP0602 / 55PP0602
DELPHI - 55PP0603 / 55PP0603
DELPHI - 9144A181A* / 9144A181A
FIAT - 9658227880 / 9658227880
FORD - 1447995 / 1447995
LANCIA - 9658227880 / 9658227880
MEAT & DORIA - 9224 / 9224
PEUGEOT - 1920.GW / 1920GW
PEUGEOT - 1920.GW / 1920GW

One more important thing is steel seal, many aftermarket manufacturers doesnt provide seal, febi provide both seals, thats possible cause of cars not starting. As long as you have sensato part number from above on sensor, you are good to go with 1920GW sensor.

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by GiveMeABreak » 02 Sep 2019, 10:24

It's actually Sensata that make these, but only 55PP06-03 is listed for Graham's Fuel Rail 1570L9 - not the others.

In either case, as said before - others here have purchased rail sensors independently and the car has not started after. Swapping back the old rail (complete with old sensor attached) worked. So there must be a reason for this as to why they do not separate the sensor from the rail as a separate part on the DW10BTED and most other diesel engines in the PSA range.

Obviously here we try to provide accurate information based on technical resources available and official part information in order to save members constantly purchasing and repurchasing incorrect or poor quality parts. We do not list parts from third party sellers sites as very often their databases are woefully inadequate and incorrect. There are numerous members here who end up asking us for the correct parts due to buying incorrect after-seller parts that simply do not fit.

But ultimately it is for the individual to decide whether they take a chance or not...

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by Gibbo2286 » 02 Sep 2019, 14:41

Mine didn't stop starting after I fitted the sensor I bought the sensor because it wouldn't start and it was suggested that might be the problem, it wasn't, and the damned thing still won't start. :shock: I have a nice car sitting like a beached whale on my drive and no answer is forthcoming..................…so far.

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Re: C5 2009 2.0 hdi

Post by Nemo26 » 02 Sep 2019, 17:43

If one have faulty sensor, it is worth to try fit new one. Sensor is about 40€ and rail is waaaay more, with new pressure pipes and manifold seal, and work hours. And no start condition should be able to diagnose any decent shop.