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Old 01-02-16, 09:25 AM   #1
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Default 407 1.6 HDi engine loom problem

Hi, I am new to this forum and need some advice please.

I recently bought a 2007 407 1.6 HDi with a blown turbo. I replaced the turbo and the car ran well but after even short runs there was a distinct smell of diesel so I removed the injectors and cut and reseated them properly using all new seals. Now the engine won't start due to multiple short/open circuits. At first just injector 1 was fine then with a bit of moving around of the crusty loom I could bring 2 and 3 back but the airflow sensor is not earthing etc.etc.
Clearly I need a new loom which at 338 is painful but the car was cheap so I can live with that however there are none shipping until 15/03/2016 and I can't wait 6 weeks.

My question is this: Would ANY 1.6HDi loom from 2007'ish be a good substitute - whether from a Ford, Citroen, Mini or 207, 307 etc.?
I am told the part number should be 9663479880 but would like to know if any other numbers will work too. There are plenty available on eBay but I don't want to buy the wrong part.

Thank you for reading.
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