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[Transmission] Dual mass flywheel or solid?
#1
Good evening all. I'm thinking or replacing the clutch in my 2006 Multispace 1.6hdi just after Christmas. The more I read the more confused I am in regards to whether its a dmf or a solid flywheel. The majority of info on this forum suggests it's solid, motorfactors list dual mass based on the reg. Could someone please explain how I could check this without taking the gearbox out. Any help will be much appreciated, thanks.

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If you PM me with your VIN or post your VIN here, I can take a look in ServiceBox and see what it says. It's not always 100% but it may help.
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#3
AFAIK the m59 diesels were all solid flywheel. (2.0 & 1.6 HDi)

I believe the first DMF was on the B9 110 hp engine.  

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My vehicle .... 2006 (m59) Berlingo Multispace Desire - 1.6 HDI 92 
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(22-12-2022, 08:30 AM)cancunia Wrote:  If you PM me with your VIN or post your VIN here, I can take a look in ServiceBox and see what it says. It's not always 100% but it may help.
Brilliant, thank you. Will let you know this afternoon

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(22-12-2022, 09:33 AM)jj9 Wrote:  AFAIK the m59 diesels were all solid flywheel. (2.0 & 1.6 HDi)

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I think you're right about that, I'll take a look later to see what ServiceBox says when the VIN arrives.
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(22-12-2022, 08:30 AM)cancunia Wrote:  If you PM me with your VIN or post your VIN here, I can take a look in ServiceBox and see what it says. It's not always 100% but it may help.
So, the VIN is: VF7GJ9HXC93413386

Thank you kindly!

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#7
No promises but ....

From what I can tell it's a solid flywheel part number 0532N0.

As @jj9 noted above, it's almost certain to be the case.

Have a look on the parts in motion website and put your reg in there. If they send you the wrong thing, they can replace it for you..

https://www.partsinmotion.co.uk/?gclid=E...gLlwvD_BwE
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Thank you Cancunia.

According to parts in motion it is a dmf, they list a conversion kit to solid.

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I will let you know when I rip my croaked engine out after Crimble.
200,500 miles,  (Resurrected at 186,000)
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(22-12-2022, 10:37 PM)Chips\n'gravy Wrote:  Thank you Cancunia.

According to parts in motion it is a dmf, they list a conversion kit to solid.

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Interesting! 

ServiceBox is not always correct, but then again, nor are the motor factors. One option is to give PiM a call and say that it may not be a DMF and would they replace whatever you buy from them FoC if they're wrong. There's a chance you'll loose a couple of days that way but if they agree, you'll at least be covered.
I suggested PiM as I've always had good service from them & reasonable prices.
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