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Part No Help Req'd
« on: 27 July 2006, 20:05:18 »

Hi All,

Hopefully one of you guys will have the Vauxhall EPC and will be able to help me out here.

I'm about to change the stat on my Meega, a problem i've briefly spoke to Mark about. Thing is he said i will have to remove the bridge pipe to get access to it meaning i'd have to change the o-rings on said pipe.

So off i went to my local dealer, who, basically, didn't know what the part numbers were.

My car is a 2000 facelift but has the 3.0 v6, not the 3.2 It also has aircon, the guy reckoned it would make a difference. My engine number starts 0849----

If possible, can one of you kind chaps please tell me the part numbers for the following...

The thermostat...
The o-rings for the bridge pipe...
Temperature sensor (not the one for the fans in the rad, for the actual temp guage) (This was replaced last service as it was throwing up a fault on tech2)

Any other gaskets/seals i may need in the process.

I'd like to have everything i'll need there before i start, no ugly surprises as it were.  ;)

Cheers.
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Re: Part No Help Req'd
« Reply #1 on: 27 July 2006, 21:27:40 »

right then, here goes.....

sensor 90541520 (later one)
Stat 90502201 x1
stat to block seal 9128363 x1
stat to pipe seal9129999 x 2
bridge seals 90499400 x 4

can't see anymore seals that would be needed, hope that helps
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Re: Part No Help Req'd
« Reply #2 on: 27 July 2006, 21:33:25 »

Cheers Jay for the kwik reply,

You're an absolute star!!  ;)

That's a drink i owe you.
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Re: Part No Help Req'd
« Reply #3 on: 27 July 2006, 21:54:29 »

On the temp sensor - there are two on the coolant bridge - one is for the ECU (measured by Tech 2) the other is for the temp gauge (spade connector) this is not measured by tech 2


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Hi All,

Hopefully one of you guys will have the Vauxhall EPC and will be able to help me out here.

I'm about to change the stat on my Meega, a problem i've briefly spoke to Mark about. Thing is he said i will have to remove the bridge pipe to get access to it meaning i'd have to change the o-rings on said pipe.

So off i went to my local dealer, who, basically, didn't know what the part numbers were.

My car is a 2000 facelift but has the 3.0 v6, not the 3.2 It also has aircon, the guy reckoned it would make a difference. My engine number starts 0849----

If possible, can one of you kind chaps please tell me the part numbers for the following...

The thermostat...
The o-rings for the bridge pipe...
Temperature sensor (not the one for the fans in the rad, for the actual temp guage) (This was replaced last service as it was throwing up a fault on tech2)

Any other gaskets/seals i may need in the process.

I'd like to have everything i'll need there before i start, no ugly surprises as it were.  ;)

Cheers.
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Re: Part No Help Req'd
« Reply #4 on: 27 July 2006, 21:57:21 »

So the 90541520 is for the ecu?

Do you have the part number of the other sensor?

I wish my EPC hadn't been used as a frisbee.  >:(
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Re: Part No Help Req'd
« Reply #5 on: 27 July 2006, 22:17:48 »

the one i have quoted you for is the one that is asscioated to the ECU, i think it helps to control the cold running as well, it has a two pin multiplug

the other one has the part number 3439088, has been used by vaux for years in nearly everything that have on the road and is for the guage on the dash

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« Reply #6 on: 27 July 2006, 22:32:26 »

Cheers again.

Is that another drink then?
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Re: Part No Help Req'd
« Reply #7 on: 28 July 2006, 19:54:14 »

Been to Vauxhall today to order required seals, with a major problem...

The bridge seals '90499400 x 4' are priced at an astonishing £50 each!! That's £200 for 4 seals?

Surely that's a typo someone has made at Vauxhall, cos i'm thinking 50p each, not 50 quid each.

I assume someone on here has had to buy these before, and would remember if they had to shell out 50 quid each on 'em, is this right?
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Re: Part No Help Req'd
« Reply #8 on: 28 July 2006, 22:16:38 »

The coolant bridge (at the rar of the valley bridging the two heads) seals are actualy 12992647 at £1.39 each........and you dont need to remove the bridge to do the stat!

The coolant bridge pipe (from the stat to the rad top hose) seals are 9120007 at 67p each two off required
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« Reply #9 on: 28 July 2006, 22:19:05 »

And i breath a sigh of relief!

Cheers Mark.  [smiley=thumbsup.gif]
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Re: Part No Help Req'd
« Reply #10 on: 28 July 2006, 22:52:52 »

hmmmmmm....wierd..

when i check again for the seals it comes up with the part number 90499400 i gave you....



item number 22

Maybe my EPC is getting a bit old, time for a newer version

if i have got it wrong please accept my apologies
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« Reply #11 on: 28 July 2006, 23:15:35 »

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if i have got it wrong please accept my apologies

No problem, don't worry about it.

I just freaked a bit at the price.

I'll let you know how i go at Vauxhall with the new part numbers.

Thanks again for your help, it's much appreciated.
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