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Old 06-03-15, 05:52 PM   #1
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Hi,

I changed the headlights over today on my 2006 1.4 207 and noticed that I need new brake pads and disks. Could someone tell me which size I need for the 207.

Also, I've been told I need a new belt. I believe its a fan belt but not completely sure. As you look at the engine, its just to the left below the oil dip stick and near the alternator.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Matt
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Without VIN we cannot look up car on service box to get disc size
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Hi,

I changed the headlights over today on my 2006 1.4 207 and noticed that I need new brake pads and disks. Could someone tell me which size I need for the 207.

Also, I've been told I need a new belt. I believe its a fan belt but not completely sure. As you look at the engine, its just to the left below the oil dip stick and near the alternator.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers,
Matt
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Petrol or diesel would be a start matey.
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Thanks. I'll try euro car parts to see what I need then get the parts where I am. I imagine delivery to France would be a bit expensive.

I've got the tools already thanks.

It's a petrol by the way. Do diesels use different brake discs and belt?
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It's a petrol by the way. Do diesels use different brake discs and belt?
For any moving engine bay parts yes (E.G. the belt)

Brakes probably not.
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Due to increased weight of engine sometimes brakes are upgraded on diesel variants
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