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what part number is this turbo pipe bolt
#1
Hi all,

I could not find what is the part number or description of this particular bolt (numbered 2 in the picture, the left one).
The head-rounded bolt clips the turbo pipe that goes in the intercooler. It also screws the upper heatshield in place.

Any help is more than appreciated.

   

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Saskak
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#2
I think this is it....

From Catcar it's part number 1436a9 item 16
https://www.catcar.info/citroen/?lang=en...aWVyPT0%3D

Glovebox direct item 6
https://gloveboxdirect.com/1436a9/p0/

IIRC, there are some more of these on the air intake?
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(07-05-2019, 09:50 AM)cancunia Wrote:  I think this is it....

From Catcar it's part number 1436a9 item 16
https://www.catcar.info/citroen/?lang=en...aWVyPT0%3D

Glovebox direct item 6
https://gloveboxdirect.com/1436a9/p0/

IIRC, there are some more of these on the air intake?


Cancunia, you are a star! Thank you very much indeed. I could not really figure what the part number is. Many thanks again.

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#4
I should have checked servicebox. The part number is there as well, not too sure what I was looking....
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#5
I discovered that the same bolt on my engine was loose today. It needed about 1 1/2 turns to tighten.
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(22-05-2019, 04:41 PM)cancunia Wrote:  I discovered that the same bolt on my engine was loose today. It needed about 1 1/2 turns to tighten.

I did the opposite, I sheared the bolt in my attempt to tighten it "properly". That is why I asked about the part number. Managed to unscrew it and replace it with a new one. This time I did not tighten it that much.
Thanks for the observation, will monitor it.
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(22-05-2019, 04:55 PM)saskak Wrote:  
(22-05-2019, 04:41 PM)cancunia Wrote:  I discovered that the same bolt on my engine was loose today. It needed about 1 1/2 turns to tighten.

I did the opposite, I sheared the bolt in my attempt to tighten it "properly". That is why I asked about the part number. Managed to unscrew it and replace it with a new one. This time I did not tighten it that much.
Thanks for the observation, will monitor it.

Yes, easily done with the M6 thread. It may be hold better with a spring washer or thread lock.
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