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Old 29-07-13, 05:36 PM   #1
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Default RHT engine knackered swap for RH???

Daugther in law has a C8* with engine code RHT. The car had all sorts of warning lamps, then went to limp home mode,

A 'friend' of her hubbie offered to look at it, anyway after several months he offered to buy the car saying its a non runner, hmmm she drove it in there!

She got it recovered and the new garage confirm yes it now needs an engine and a turbo as the engine has run up on its own oil and its dead.

So the engine code is RHT, what options are there? If I buy say and RHY or RHW will I have problems getting the car to run?

Anything coded that needs to stay with the car( used to Mondingos with coded pumps and injectors)

Can't find a RHT at a price she can afford and I'll end up swapping the motor for the promise of beer no doubt as a good samaritan so would like to go into this without to many dramas.

Not even looked at the car myself but assume the front comes out to remove the engine and box together and I'll need nothing more than my engine hoist by way of special tools?

Hope theres an expert who can give an accurate and concise answer to my questions.

many thanks

( the old 306XTDT was such a simple beast, 270000 miles and still going strong )
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Old 31-07-13, 08:00 AM   #2
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Im puzzled, the code for the 2 litre is DW10 and 2.2 DW12 not sure where RHT comes from, change in last letters often means a minor change like the profile of the sump to suit a certain model.
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Old 31-07-13, 03:27 PM   #3
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The RHT comes from within the cars chassis/VIN number which I'm led to believe identifies the engine code
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Old 01-08-13, 09:38 AM   #4
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Hi there just to let you know I fitted a rhw engine in my 807 I only had problems starting it because of taking so long to do it the ecu's didn't wanna work right but a tow round the yard got it going and it starts first time every time I will see if I can get some more info on the engine codes as some are the same but use different turbos etc hope this helps
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Old 04-08-13, 02:38 PM   #5
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hi there just looked at my manual and it list's this
2 - DATA

engine type DW10ATED4 / DW10ATED4
(particle filter)
emission control standards K/L3/W3/W4 - L4/W4
legislation type RHW / RHT
unit reference 10DYCZ / 10DYHC
number of cylinders 4
bore x stroke (mm) 85 X 88
capacity (cm3) 1997
compression ratio 17.3/1
maximum power -EC ( KW) 80 / 79
engine speed at max. power (r.p.m.) 4000
maximum torque - EC
(da.Nm) 27.0
engine speed at max. torque (r.p.m.) 1750
turbocharger GARETT GT1549S
heat exchanger air-air
injection system HDI (High pressure Direct Injection)
make BOSCH
type EDC15C2
catalytic converter yes
particle filter no / yes
the same bore/stroke -compression ratio one has particle filter and has one kw less power
i hope this helps
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Old 17-08-13, 03:30 PM   #6
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well it sees that you can't go by power output,

RHT, RHW seem to have a different head, certainly an RHY is no good as witnessed by the engine sitting on my drive.
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Old 31-08-13, 07:46 PM   #7
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hi there did you find an engine and is it in yet
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Old 01-09-13, 06:10 PM   #8
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Nope, cant find an engine at a price that makes the car worth doing, also got the RHY that I bought to get rid of.

So the car sits lurched on the drive disembowelled
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Old 01-09-13, 10:33 PM   #9
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There is little difference between an RHT and RHW an RHW will fit and work

RHS RHY RHZ WILL NOT
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Old 10-02-15, 05:07 PM   #10
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Im struggling to work out what other engine codes will fit mine , mine citroen c8 hdi engine code RHT , cambelt failed , even head will do but cant afford stupid prices people aftert
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