sageman's 'barn find' v6 sei s1

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Post by Jan-hendrik » Thu Sep 13, 2018 11:23 pm

The procedure on how to rebuild the PR is described on this forum and can also be found here: http://citroen.tramontana.co.hu/suspens ... -regulator
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Post by sageman » Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:42 pm

Tried to take the oil cooler off today but seems none of my sockets are the right size
Do anyone know what size the central bolt is

Something I’ve forgot to mention when I got my new oil etc they gave me a oil filter half the height as the one that’s on it
Is this ok or do I need the full height one
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Post by MTXM » Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:15 pm

Unfortunately I cannot remember the oil cooler nut size Ben but I normally use an adjustable spanner. There is not much purchase on the nut as I recall and there is also the tap washer to address. The oil filters are indeed now much smaller and I have not seen the large size in a good long while. With regards, Matthew T.
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Post by sageman » Sun Sep 16, 2018 10:08 pm

I did try an adjustable but it kept slipping off hopefully a friend that live up the road have got a socket the right size
Far as I can tell it’s somewhere between 26-29mm I have neither spanner nor socket between these sizes

And this tab washer I assume it’s a case Of just pushing the tab off the nut and undoing it which I’ve done

Ok so long filters are no longer avaliable then just wasn’t sure if the short one they give be would be enough
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Post by White Exec » Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:33 am

Current filters from OE Purflux and other manufacturers are much smaller than the originals. This runs across several models.
The nut I have here is 27mm.
The small nut/stud engages in a small tab on the cooler body, to prevent rotation of the unit when the filter is changed. It's not a major fixing.
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