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Old 03-03-16, 01:59 PM   #1
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Anyone know what the part number is for a new fuel primer on the 407sw?

Can't find a garage willing to do it and can't find one on fleebay.
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Anyone know what the part number is for a new fuel primer on the 407sw?

Can't find a garage willing to do it and can't find one on fleebay.
the last 8 of your vin number would help
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the last 8 of your vin number would help
it would help yes.

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here you go
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here you go
am i being dumb? its only showing brackets not the primer its self?
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thats weird. Can't seem to find a genuine priming pump on its own. only universal ones and most come complete with the whole harness.

Can anyone confirm that you need to replace the whole harness?

Thanks Trustme for finding the model number. Much appreciated!
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peugeot only sell the harness but you could fit an after market primer
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Not sure but I think the aftermarket ones look to bulky and might not fit in to such a tight space.

Just been quote best part of 200 for the local garage to fit the harness. Talk about printing money.

Might have to stick with a bit of electrical tape over the hole.


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Reckon you coud get an anftermarket to fit.

Or take a look in a local breakers - shouldn't be difficult to fit/remove.

May be able to get this to fit?
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