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c15 gearbox
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hi guys ,dus a gearbox of a c15 1.9 d fit in a berlingo  i know it fits but the gear selector pin on de back has a different shape the blingo has a 90° bent in it and the c15 let say a75° bent in to it and the head sits a bit lower so the question is really can i select my gears if that make sense.
im asking this because i have a re-con box on the shelf of a c15 . Huh
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#2
Good question and i doubt anyone on here will be able to give you a definitive answer because no one has done it before.

I suspect the driveshafts will be different? Have you tried to contact a gearbox specialist they may know?
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#3
ill try tomorrow the drive shafts but think the inner heads are the same.
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#4
shafts fit is mated up to engine tomorrow she is going in
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#5
Excellent news thanks for the update, someone else may need to go down the same route.
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(04-12-2015, 10:52 AM)daywalker072 Wrote:  hi guys ,dus a gearbox of a c15 1.9 d fit in a berlingo  i know it fits but the gear selector pin on de back has a different shape the blingo has a 90° bent in it and the c15 let say a75° bent in to it and the head sits a bit lower so the question is really can i select my gears if that make sense.
im asking this because i have a re-con box on the shelf of a c15 . Huh

If you really need it, sent to my PM VIN of Berlingo and VIN of C15.
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#7
thanks pk7478, i will see tomorrow what happens it fits that i know already just the gear change mechanism has me a bit worried the ball joints fit the have the same thickness but possible some fed-ling with the sticks length.
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#8
and it works just fine direct swap no fedling with anything at all.
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(07-12-2015, 02:57 PM)daywalker072 Wrote:  and it works just fine direct swap no fedling with anything at all.

I fitted a 206 1.9 diesel gearbox to a 2.0 hdi partner had to change the ends on the selectors from one to the other and speedo signal output casting it was all interchangeable and I think I had to change thrust bearing and pivot and fork. The flywheel sensor and probably the mountings. I had checked beforehand the gear and final drive ratios and although not identical when total ratios worked out were very similar. A gearbox with correct codes was unavailable at a reasonable cost, the 206 box was £20 quid and took a day of my time to change. Two years on and still working fine. I want 100% sure it would work, but it's fine, still have original gearbox that needs synchro on third doing but inside of gearboxes is a bit beyond my capability.
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#10
mine was 1.9 xud and box was of c15 1.8 or1.7 xud.
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