Anybody knwo where to find the engine code on the engine itself? I've just read the turbo model as a garrett GT1544V which from google searches looks like a 110Ps turbo. so trying to figure out if its a 110 engine or just a 110 turbo thatrs been put on it in the past. The VIN says 9HW which I dont think would have this turbo on it??
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Cheers but will that be written on the engine somewhere? As I seem to have the turbo off a 110ps engine fitted and it's dead so I need a new turbo but need to know if someone's fit a bigger turbo that doesn't match the engine or if I have a different engine and should be buying a gt1544v turbo.
(16-10-2011, 06:41 PM)qert6 Wrote: Cheers but will that be written on the engine somewhere?
Yes. I need to know the model of your Berlingo and OPR
It's partner rather than berlingo, mk 2 van 2005
I don't care, whether it Partner or Berlingo. Cars are the same.
If you have M59 with lion, send me a DAM.
Sorry I dont know what DAM and OPR are?
18-10-2011, 03:54 PM
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DAM and OPR is a coded manufacturing date.
When you'll open driver's door you can see a sticker on a pillar.
Sticker looks like shown below:
OPR(DAM)-number shown with arrow and letter "E"
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19-10-2011, 02:07 PM
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