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Oil filter
#1
I have a 2018 berlingo , old shape 
I’ve just picked up some oil 0-30 and a filter
The filter is different from what’s already in the van 
It’s made by crosland item no 501 54 5198
The one in the van has a completely open middle section 
And the new has a recessed cap in the top with two 8mm holes
In it, this appears restrictive 
Anyway I had a filter from my nemo in the shed which appears the same as
The one already installed , I fitted this but the 0 ring leaks 
I’ve ordered a Bosch filter from a different supplier to compare 
I’ve searched other outlets and the crosland comes up as the correct part
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#2
Take your Reg / Vin / Engine Number to your local Motor Factors and ask them for a filter is probably your best option, they will supply to the local motor trade and as such will be " on it " so will be able to advise unless of course you have a Main Dealer close by.
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#3
(11-07-2021, 12:31 PM)Stevethevan Wrote:  crosland item no 501 54 5198
I think that's a Euro Car Parts number?

A local motor factor might be the best bet, or perhaps Car Parts In Motion?
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#4
Yes Halfords and euro car parts
Thanks for the help
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#5
(11-07-2021, 04:01 PM)Stevethevan Wrote:  Yes Halfords and euro car parts
Thanks for the help

1109ay
ebay will get you citroen/peugeot genuine item for not much more than pattern parts
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#6
Popped into a parts shop today and purchased a Bosch one using
My Reg , it’s the same as the one originally in the van
Also the same as the nemo one I had in the shed
But with a different O ring , lesson learnt
I’m shocked Halfords and euro spares appear to be selling the wrong filter
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#7
(12-07-2021, 05:19 PM)Stevethevan Wrote:  Popped into a parts shop today and purchased a Bosch one using
My Reg , it’s the same as the one originally in the van
Also the same as the nemo one I had in the shed
But with a different O ring , lesson learnt
I’m shocked Halfords and euro spares appear to be selling the wrong filter

For future ref, go to Mann filters and give your car details or VIN. 

https://catalog.mann-filter.com/EU/eng

They will list all of the correct filters for your car
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#8
PSA part number for BlueHdi Euro 6 engines is 1610693780, different from older Euro 5 and 4 engines.

   
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