Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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There isn't any rear subframe listed - that 's the issue - so what do you want? Rear hubs / Rear Axle or rear bump stops for the suspension? It's an issue of terminology I suspect.
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GiveMeABreak wrote:
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There isn't any rear subframe listed - that 's the issue - so what do you want? Rear hubs / Rear Axle or rear bump stops for the suspension? It's an issue of terminology I suspect.
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Rear Arms and Hubs. The diagram you posted was for a Peugeot 206, the Xantia doesn’t have anything like this. Hopefully this is what you need.....
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Here you go, Marc.

Definitely a subframe.

This photo is from one of Jim's posts. You can ignore his green arrows. You can see the bush or front flexible mount as I believe it is called. It might come under steering? Jim says Mk. 1 Xantias have rudimentary rear steer.
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Ok PSA servers are down for updates at time of looking , but here's one I prepared earlier: For reference, it's officially called the 'Suspension Crossmember Torsion Bar Recess Door' :-D
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Oh dear! Part A - NFP.

Can I have the part numbers when available for Parts A, B and 5 together with any dimensions of Part A. Thank you Marc.
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Indeed.

I did have a quick search on Spareto and although the originals are no longer manufactured, they did show 2 other units with compatible part numbers - so may be worth making an enquiry, link here:

Part number was 513175

https://spareto.com/oe/513175
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Oh dear. Care could be a write-off after all I’ve done to it recently!

I have a master plan though to silicone it up to form it up if worst comes to the worst plus CitroJim has an old subframe with some in. Getting them out will be the challenge though.

Whilst on the subject of bushes, what are the part numbers for the front wishbone bushes please?
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The only one Citroen supply separately is item (9) Wishbone bush, part 96083570 £22.15

The other bushes are supplied as part of the actual wishbone item (2) which includes the item above and 'B' & 'C', parts:
OEM = (Citroen Original)

Left: 3520C1 (No longer available)
Right: 352181 (No longer available)

Citroen Cheaper Alternatives:

Left: 1607312780 £147.94
Right: 1635775380 (No longer available)

But again - have a look on Spareto using these part numbers as they have a selection of alternatives. Make sure you look at the bottom of the pages where there is a tab that says OE numbers. This will list the Citroen Part numbers for the items for cross reference. I would always email to check with them too.

https://spareto.com/products/febi-bilst ... -arm/19121
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GiveMeABreak wrote:
28 Nov 2021, 11:57
The only one Citroen supply separately is item (9) Wishbone bush, part 96083570 £22.15
The other bushes are supplied as part of the actual wishbone item (2) which includes the item above and 'B' & 'C', parts:
OEM = (Citroen Original)
Left: 3520C1 (No longer available)
Right: 352181 (No longer available)
Citroen Cheaper Alternatives:
Left: 1607312780 £147.94
Right: 1635775380 (No longer available)
Is it time to scrap? Nah! Not yet.
Seem to have found the rear bush in Italy but it is £33 plus £33 postage!!! It is what it is. Also, part is compatible with many Volvos of the period so that's another option before going too far afield.
I replaced C on nearside last year with a pattern part.
Thanks for all your help Marc.
Would it be of any use if I speak to the owner of PowerFlex bushes that I know through business for any other bush parts for Citroens? I think she could make popular items if enough interest in certain hard-to-get models?
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Spareto do the complete wishbone with the bushes for about £100 inc VAT and shipping - so may be worth considering that.
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Hi again Marc,

If I want to get a second hand one, do you know if its fitted to other models (eg C4)?

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Hi Peter - this part was unique to the Citroen C8 and the Peugeot 807. Same part number, so if you search the part number it should be relevant to both vehicles.

Beware just searching for similar units by name as they will not be compatible from different models - for example the C4 Picasso used a completely different mechanism for those models equipped with a wheel carrier.
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Great, Thank you very much Marc
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Re: Citroen and Peugeot Parts Requests

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Hi

I'm after the part number for the turbo position sensor on my peugeot 207 1.4hdi 2011
Vin number VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]

I understand you can buy the whole actuator from peugeot for a small mortgage but i am just after the sensor on the end of it, that can be bought on ebay, or turbo suppliers.

Many thanks Simon