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Old 08-10-15, 10:52 PM   #1
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Default 2007 (sept) 207cc Diesel 1.6 HDI

Hello folks, your help will be much appreciated.

My 207cc diesel 1.6 HDI didn't have the engine dust-cover when I bought it. I did a bit of research and it seems there are TWO types of cover listed.

Can anyone advise which is correct for my Sept 2007 model?

These are the ones listed:-





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Old 10-10-15, 11:36 AM   #2
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Only ever seen the top one fitted, the bottom one looks more like the one ford use on this engine
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Default 2007 (sept) 207cc Diesel 1.6 HDI

After some more research, I found these diagrams showing the two types of engine dust covers.

In the first diagram, it says.... "Until RPO 11062"..... what does this mean? Is it a date of change/modification?
Does it translate into an actual date, or does it link to the VIN number? Any help much appreciated.
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Old 18-10-15, 09:16 PM   #4
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Hello folks,

has anyone else any advice (or guesses even) about which dust cover is appropriate for my 207cc 1.6 HDI ?
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Old 18-10-15, 10:10 PM   #5
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Rpo number is same as dams see the label on door or door pillar and use first five digits
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Gowith which ever you prefer its purely cosmetic really
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RPO is also known as the DAM number and usually on the door pillar:

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Old 21-10-15, 08:31 PM   #8
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Default 2007 (sept) 207cc Diesel 1.6 HDI

Hello Joe, Windy and Gibbo.............. just to say "Thank You all" for the guidance above. I checked the door pillar code today and mine takes the second type of engine dust cover.... yes, the least stylish of the two

Now to price one up.....

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