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Old 15-02-12, 04:09 PM   #1
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Afternoon all.
The car had a service today and I've had an advisory on the air doser. (oil leaking from it) They want 291.06 to sort it.
Found one on ebay for 65.00 Not necessarily the one i'm going to buy but it give me options.eBay - The UK's Online Marketplace

Anyway my question is, is it easy to fit?
It looks fairly straight forward but any help/info/comments greatly appreciated.


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Not done one DGH but doesnt look too problematic, we'll soon hear if it is.



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doesnt look too problematic
That's what i'm hoping for.
Found one on eurocarparts after much faffing about for 124.80 no picture though.....hope it's the right part. They've got a branch near me, so might have a trip down there.

Also after a bit of research, i've read that oil can pass through the turbo seals and cause this problem.
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Always get a little oil pass through... intercooler always has a film of oil inside, so makes sense that the air doser will too
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There is info on this problem. The dosier valve is to be removed and sealed around its edge. This cures the problem.
The valve is NOT to be replaced.
The new one will probably leak also!
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Always get a little oil pass through... intercooler always has a film of oil inside, so makes sense that the air doser will too
That's what I'd read/heard.
I have no objection to buying a new part, as long as it cures the problem, however if this could happen again with a new part then I'd rather save myself the money.
It's not like oil is pouring out everywhere, infact it's not used any oil in the last 15 months.
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There is info on this problem. The dosier valve is to be removed and sealed around its edge. This cures the problem.
The valve is NOT to be replaced.
The new one will probably leak also!
The guy at peugeot told me it could be sealed but it doesn't always work and I'd be better off with a new part.
Do you have the info so I could print out and show them?
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If there is info on it, the guy at your Peugeot has it, but chosen not to follow it 100%
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The guy at peugeot told me it could be sealed but it doesn't always work and I'd be better off with a new part.
Do you have the info so I could print out and show them?
It does work.
Was this coming from the guy that was selling a new part for x price?
I rest my case.

Cannot give you the info. Trust me its there.
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Old 15-02-12, 08:27 PM   #10
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It does work.
Was this coming from the guy that was selling a new part for x price?
I rest my case.

Cannot give you the info. Trust me its there.
Yes it was. I'll take a trip back to the garage tomorrow and have a word.

Thanks for the replies and info everyone.

davidireland, do you have any idea how much this work might cost me?
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