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Old 25-06-19, 09:06 PM   #1
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Post I need part numbers please

I have a 307 SW 2007 1.6HDI 110.

I'm looking for part numbers for an engine undertray and passager inner wing mud guard.

I hope someone can help.
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Sorry, cannot help with part numbers. But these parts could be very expensive from Peugeot but could be virtually "give away" parts from a breakers.
I would try them first.
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Go to Service Box, register as an independent, then put the VIN in the box. Some parts change during the model run and changes do not correspond to years and vary between factories, so using the VIN is the only sure way to get the right number.

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Try Ebay they have aftermarket ones listed for most peugeots and they are a lot cheaper than dealer. If I remember correctly a replacement for 307 from the dealer was over 200 and about 40 for one on Ebay which was just a good

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Go to Service Box, register as an independent, then put the VIN in the box. Some parts change during the model run and changes do not correspond to years and vary between factories, so using the VIN is the only sure way to get the right number.
I have tried registering on service box but it says it's only for proffesionals. Do you have an account?
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Try Ebay they have aftermarket ones listed for most peugeots and they are a lot cheaper than dealer. If I remember correctly a replacement for 307 from the dealer was over 200 and about 40 for one on Ebay which was just a good

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Thanks windy,

I have tried ebay, but like IanML was saying there are many versions and I'm not sure which one fits.
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Old 26-06-19, 11:24 AM   #7
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I've bought a wheel arch liner for the 307 from a scrappy for a fiver in the past.

The engine cover would most likely be lost, damaged or unreachable through the way they stack them.

In that case I would type "307 breaking" into Ebay, search by location then find your nearest owner who is breaking on his driveway.
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