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Date Posted:08/05/2012 06:23:04Copy HTML

hey all

anybody know part numbers for the 4litre tubo lump ?

have searched forum, but nobody has written it down.

many thanks

mike
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Re:fuel filter part numbers

Date Posted:08/05/2012 07:06:59Copy HTML

for a Renault filter? no, but bought a Crossland replacement for Perkins Phaser 110T (prob same as any Perkins 4ltr diesel?) which i've yet to fit - if you think the number for that (assuming it's on the box) will be of any use, i'll post it
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Re:fuel filter part numbers

Date Posted:08/05/2012 10:14:27Copy HTML

Perkins Filter  See E Bay. very common fitting I think.     See what ya think  but I`d put my money on it.
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Re:fuel filter part numbers

Date Posted:08/05/2012 11:10:33Copy HTML

 crosland 522  for fuel filter, I get em for a few quid, got loads.
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Re:fuel filter part numbers

Date Posted:08/05/2012 11:12:08Copy HTML

 The info is somewhere here but I will do a new page on the main site with all the filter & oil numbers in one place.
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Date Posted:13/05/2012 04:03:36Copy HTML

Perkins Powerpart no. 26560017 (assuming yours is like mine with the separate element sandwiched between cast aluminium alloy housings - Perkins manual describes the canister type fitted to some engines)

ebay item no. 200748026250 - for 2 filters, £8 delivered (within UK) description as follows

PART NO 26560017

REPLACES AZF015 BF825 C1191PL FF167

GENUINE PERKINS PART

PERKINS

P110, P125 with TV8.540 engine

P13.5, P16, P22, P27 with 3.152, 3.152.4 engines

P40, P56 with 4.236, T4.236 engines

P55, P85 with 6.354.4, T6.354.4 engines

1004-4, 1004-4HR, 1004-4T, 1004-4THR, 1004-4TW, 1006-6,

1006-6HR, 1006-6T, 1006-6THR, 1006-6TW, 1006-6TWHR

2006-12T1, 2006-12T2, 2006-12TA, 2006-12TW,

2006-12TWH

3.144, P3-144, P3-144.1, P3-144M, P3.144TA

3.152, 3.152.2, 3.152.4, B3.152, D3.152, D3.152.4, F3.152,

F4.152, G3.152, P3.152, T3.152.4

4.107, 4.107A, 4.107M, 4.107TA, 4.107V

4.108, 4.108M, 4.108V, T4.108, 4.248TA

4.154, 4.154A 4.165

4.192, P4.192, 4.203, 4.203TA, P4.203, A4.212

4.203, 4.203.2, AD4.203, D4.203, G4.203

4.236, A4.236, 4.236M, 4.236TA, C4.236, G4.236, T4.236,

4.248, 4.248.2 4.270, 4.270M, 4-270TA 4.270D 4.288

4.300, A4.300, 4.300TA 4.99 6.247, P6.247

6.288 6.305, 6.305A, 6.305V

6.354, 6.354.1, 6.354.2, 6.354T, 6.354HT, 6.354M, 6.354TA,

6.354V, A6.354, C6.354.2, H6-354V, HT6.354, HT6.354M,

6.354.4 (Range 4 Series) T6.354.4, ST6.354.4 6.372, 6.372.4

6.44 (Q 14 Range), 6.440, T6.440

A4.212 A4.318, 4.318.2

B3.153

F3, P3, F4, L4-M, P4, P6, R6, S6

Phaser 125, 135 (6cyl. Engs.) Phaser 145T, 160T, 180Ti 210Ti (6cyl. Turbocharged Engs.)

Phaser 90, 110, 110T, 120Ti (4cyl. Turbocharged Engs.)

V8.540, TV8.540

4.107M 4.108 4.108M, 4.236M 4.270M, 6.305M 4.99, 4.107

6.288, 6.305 6.354 6.354M, HT6.354M, T6.354M, T6.354.4

Barracuda Mk.2, Force 2

Heavy Duty 3HD 46 (3cyl. 46bhp)

Heavy Duty 4HD 76 (4cyl. 76bhp)

Heavy Duty 6HD 100 (6cyl. 99bhp)

Heavy Duty 6HD 150T (6cyl. 150bhp Turbocharged)

Heavy Duty 8HD 153 (8cyl. 153bhp)

HT6.354M

P3.152M

Pike Mk.2, Porbeagle Mk.2

Range 4, M135 6cyl

Range 4, M90 4cyl

V8.510, V8.540



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Re:fuel filter part numbers

Date Posted:15/05/2012 03:07:57Copy HTML

have in the last 30 mins bought one from the local halfords type shop which should fit, if not might go for that one.

got thursday off so will do a fair amount of work on the fuel system, new filter, clean the water and dirt trap, drain shit from the tank and investigate the lift pump (to see why that has developed a leak)

. . . ohh and if they arrive in time fit my brand new wheel cyclinders, and bleed the brake system

. . .  and fit my brand new flexible brake hose which has come all the way from france

. . . and hopefully fit my newly paint wheels as well
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Date Posted:15/05/2012 06:28:44Copy HTML

i'm waiting on a pair of those filters, having discovered on Sunday when about to fit the Crossland filter (bought ages ago) is the canister type and won't fit - van is really sluggish at mo - am hoping a new filter will sort it as don't think it's been changed since i've had it (if not, will be off to find someone who can run a compresssion test and probably start wishing I hadn't recently let my spare engine go)

they keep you busy don't they
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Date Posted:15/05/2012 06:34:43Copy HTML

shame on you never changed the bloody filters what about the engine oil.
ever changed that.
bloody hippys lol
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Date Posted:15/05/2012 06:36:42Copy HTML

bet you have never changed your underwear in 10 year either
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Re:fuel filter part numbers

Date Posted:15/05/2012 09:06:01Copy HTML

I sell them for a fiver each inc postage but couldn't do two posted for 8 quid, would not be worth my while.


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Date Posted:16/05/2012 08:13:41Copy HTML

haha - stinker!

treated it to fresh oil a couple of weeks ago - what was in it wasn't that bad

ran out of dzl going up hill to yard and had to sling in some that had been in a can for a couple of years - it hasn't ran as well since - I hear the sulphur content has been reduced and it is not recommended dzl is kept more than a year now

may need to run a fuel cleaning additive thru the system as well - any recommendations? (other than changing underwear, which I do at least once a month i'll have you know ;)
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Date Posted:16/05/2012 06:32:24Copy HTML

for a injector cleaner ive found it best to warm up the engine, then turn off, remove the filter and fill about a third or so of the filter with the cleaner, then top up with fuel, refit and run the engine again. - not quite sure how easy itd be with the canister type tho.

does wonders on my 20 year old diesel cavalier, as it goes through the engine somewhat stronger and you use far less of it each time.

did replace my filter today, all went well, got a bit of diesel on the floor, luckly tít threw it down after wards and washed it away from the floor.

you can get something here which you add to diesel which is meant to lower the emmisions, by doing something with bacterias (either adding them or killing them)  but i havent spent too much time investigating it yet.

oh and if you turn your pants inside out they last !
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Date Posted:16/05/2012 07:59:22Copy HTML

sounds like a good method to me - but potentially tricky with the element type (what I have) sandwiched top and bottom - might still give it a go tho, pinching element tight to lower casing - will either work or i'll get 'cleaned'!

(could use pants to catch drips/overspill - 2 birds :)

any recommendations on a good dzl injector cleaner brand?
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Date Posted:17/05/2012 10:19:23Copy HTML

 think the brands are mostly the same, but id stick with a good brand to be on the safe side.

ive heard of people buying kerosine and using that instead, as its meant to be the main ingredient, but i dont know for sure and i dont suggest you try, might caus more problems than its worth.

the stuff im looking at is this - http://www.tripak.se/ - but its more for emmisions, not sure yet if it is all aload of nothing or if there is something in it.
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