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Old 14-08-19, 07:37 PM   #1
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Hi.
I'm new here. I own a Peugeot 307 SW 1,6 HDI Oxygo 90, from 2007.
One month ago I decided to change the clutch alone. I assembled most of its parts but I'm having trouble in spotting the correct place of a plastic piece. It says: 98 810 05 80. I'm starting to despair because I can't find it online.
Can anyone please help me to find where this piece came from? I just need that to start the work again.
I can see some photos here: drive.google.com/drive/folders/1DCFUjIatpzfpn8fSjdGhgIeaXhZfc-8b?usp=sharing (just add https:// before the link)


Thank you for your kind help

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Old 15-08-19, 11:59 AM   #2
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So I assume you took it all apart and cannot remember where this bit comes from? It looks like some sort of bung that fits in a hole. Not very helpful I know but as far as the clutch is concerned I doubt it has anything to do with it. Having never actually done a clutch change on these I cannot give you practical advice but I have looked in the Haynes manual under clutch and it is not mentioned or shown. No doubt later one of the members with more hands on on these than me will be able to advise you what it is and where it goes. Keep us informed on your progress as that is how we build up our knowledge base to be able to help somebody else like you.

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Old 15-08-19, 07:17 PM   #3
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Thank you for the answer. So far I've been learning a lot more than I intended. I start by ordering around 15 parts and I had to add more to the list. My tool set increased every week 🙂 but not my wage 😄. This is my school, along with video tutoring. It's well spent time.
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Old 29-08-19, 10:10 AM   #4
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Finally found it! It's goes on the inside the panel over the right wheel, a few cm bellow the battery. I remembered on time. Now all is assembled. Just need to bleed the break fluid and it's done 🙂. Solved.
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