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Old 11-06-16, 04:14 PM   #1
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Default a bit of a silly one..i need a part number please?

Afternoon guys!
so new grommets for the engine cover are on order (20 for four bits of rubber! robbers more like), hopefully the cover won't wear through the top boost pipe this time..
On the site i ordered the grommets from, it seems there are four engine mounts, so consequently, four grommets..

I went and had a look at my car and the front most right hand mount is missing..
i've uploaded a picture for clarity and i'm wondering if any kind soul with service box access can ID the part number so i can get one on order please?



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Old 11-06-16, 08:59 PM   #2
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Which 307, what engine?

Post the last eight digits of the VIN - best way to be sure of the correct Part No.
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I'm so sorry ian! its the hdi 136/rhr, the last four of the VIN is :83504414
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Official title Damper - Part No 0137 93
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Old 12-06-16, 06:21 PM   #5
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Thank you Ian!

I done a search for that part number and that comes up with the rubber bungs that i've ordered, but not the mount that the bung sits onto?
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Is it in this pic if so what number is it

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Old 12-06-16, 07:36 PM   #7
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it looks as though it is number 76, if only because that image seems to correlate with the engine hoist cutout behind it.
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I too thought that, but on my diagram (which looks a bit different to trustme's), 76 is a self-tapping screw.

I think it may be a part of item 27 Hoisting Hook 1880 C4, although it isn't clearly present on my diagram, which is 22/10/11 T5F 1 18A 62A. However, that is the diagram brought up by your VIN.
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i noticed the diagram lead to a self tapper too,odd,isn't it...ive tried scrappers and there isn't any money in it for them to bother taking it off, which is a little frustrating as without the mounts and gromits, i'm looking at 120 for another top boost pipe.
Logically you'd just leave off the engine cover and be done with it but my OCD won't let me!
i do appreciate the help guys.
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(mul)self lock self-tap screws
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