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i have a 1.6 hdi citroen berlingo van with 49k on it , the head gasket went so had it took to the local garage to be done , to my suprise i had a call to say my bottom end was nackered and needed a replacement , as the head gasket wont seal on it as it melted away , had to c it for my eyes but it really was melted , so , i need a new engine but the cheaper half decent lump i can find with my engine code is £1300 , 9hw 1.6 hdi 74bhp , 1 do i need to have the samer code as i can put all my bits on the engine i can get , 2 has anyone got a engine spair lol ,
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58 views and noone knows ?????? ,
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Hi carwicks the the only thing I can think of is try some of the salvage companies and get a complete engine or try a remanufacturing company. Looks like you have a big expensive job on your hands.
Are we there yet????? No we fecking ain`t  gggggrrrrrrr
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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#4
Hi carwicks. Welcome to our site.
Like yourself we're all Berlingo owners.

Quote: "58 views and noone knows ??????"
Simply means that the 58 members who saw your post
clearly were unable to help you.

As was suggested above by TomCat3 your cheapest option
is to ring round your local car breakers. There are a couple on line too.
Good luck.
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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(23-05-2013, 12:52 PM)OlJeffers Wrote:  Hi carwicks. Welcome to our site.
Like yourself we're all Berlingo owners.

Quote: "58 views and noone knows ??????"
Simply means that the 58 members who saw your post
clearly were unable to help you.

As was suggested above by TomCat3 your cheapest option
is to ring round your local car breakers. There are a couple on line too.
Good luck.

ive must of rang at least 25 breaker and all have different engine codes , was hoping to find out if i got an engine with a different code can i just swap my auxillarys over to other engine
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#6
according to Haynes manual, the engine code 9hx is the same output as the 9hw (power torque) so there should not much difference.
I think your auxiliaries will swap over, the differences might just be that some engine parts are upgraded ie pulleys keyed onto shafts rather then taper fittings.

Someone else might know better
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#7
search ebay as well some offer fitting as well in price.
2010 1.6 hdi 110bhp XTR
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