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Equivalent Part Numbers

Equivalent Part Numbers

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shpub

8,507 posts

180 months

Monday 27th June 2005
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It does and the two clutches are not even remotely the same. Been there etc for the LS1 transplant.

Julian64

11,336 posts

162 months

Monday 27th June 2005
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TooTall Paul said:
Does anybody know what the startermotor is off because mine is screeching, is it possible to change the little cog("bendix"?) on its own? presuming thats all that has worn ??


The starter motor screeching is likely to be the dog clutch refusing to disingange after the engine has started. Unfortunately this will destroy the startermotor in fairly short order. It is however easy to remedy with a good clean up and a bit of grease. However likely the starter motor has to come out to achieve it.

TooTall Paul

938 posts

155 months

Wednesday 29th June 2005
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ok ive had the starter out three times now, cleaned it up etc and found one of the brushes stuck in, but still no luck. So i,ve been matching them up to other models and found it is the same as a Nissan Maxima 3.0 inj V6 88 -94 J30 model
Part no ADN 11248. just got to find one in the country now. ill keep you posted

Cheers Paul

olly

2,172 posts

192 months

Wednesday 29th June 2005
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Paul, is that just the brushes, or the whole motor ?

TooTall Paul

938 posts

155 months

Wednesday 29th June 2005
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Ok quick update just fitted a nissan maxima starter and it works perfectly just make sure you get the 3.0 inj auto version 88 -94, See how long it lasts now !!!

>> Edited by TooTall Paul on Wednesday 29th June 16:56
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spartacus

Original Poster:

2,756 posts

178 months

Thursday 30th June 2005
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TooTall Paul said:
Ok quick update just fitted a nissan maxima starter and it works perfectly just make sure you get the 3.0 inj auto version 88 -94, See how long it lasts now !!!

>> Edited by TooTall Paul on Wednesday 29th June 16:56


Olly, I think you should get this on your table, especially as the man has done the hard grunt and found the right starter motor, fitted it and it works, tried and tested so to speak!

froggie

896 posts

150 months

Monday 4th July 2005
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i recently baught a high torque starter from eurolec,who recon they supply tvr direct,
a baring fell out of it in to the clutch, theyve replaced the starter but refused to have anything to do with the rest of the dammage and labour to strip the clutch,and the month its been off the road, any one know what i can do?

olly

2,172 posts

192 months

Tuesday 5th July 2005
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TooTall Paul said:
Ok quick update just fitted a nissan maxima starter and it works perfectly just make sure you get the 3.0 inj auto version 88 -94, See how long it lasts now !!!

>> Edited by TooTall Paul on Wednesday 29th June 16:56


Thanks for this Paul.

Site updated... www.tvr-cerbera.fsnet.co.uk/parts.htm

(Sorry - been away for a few days & not been checking Pistonheads)

spartacus

Original Poster:

2,756 posts

178 months

Thursday 7th July 2005
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stickshaker4185 said:
Driveshaft gaitors are Ford Granada, approx. 4 each for complete kit from Ford dealer.

carl_w

5,353 posts

166 months

Monday 11th July 2005
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I believe the expansion tank cap is the same as a Golf VR6 one.

millermilla

186 posts

136 months

Monday 11th July 2005
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Anyone know about the fuel filter?

diycerb

537 posts

139 months

Thursday 14th July 2005
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Fuel filter is Coopers part number FIG 7003. My local motor factors had it on the shelf. Also fits some BMW's and Porsche's.

Extra 300 Driver

5,249 posts

154 months

Thursday 28th July 2005
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Track rods are from a Ford Scorpio.

Go to www.power-steering.co.uk they will do a full overhaul on Cerbera racks, with warranty, for 115

froggie

896 posts

150 months

Tuesday 9th August 2005
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Dose anyone know what the front stub axles are off or what shafts fit them?

>> Edited by froggie on Tuesday 9th August 19:39

vprman

418 posts

151 months

Friday 12th August 2005
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Extra 300 Driver said:
Track rods are from a Ford Scorpio.

Go to www.power-steering.co.uk they will do a full overhaul on Cerbera racks, with warranty, for 115


I was in my local motor factors for a set of track rod ends and they are not the same as ford scorpio!!!! unless they have the wrong ones

Colin

Extra 300 Driver

5,249 posts

154 months

Monday 15th August 2005
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I didnt say track rod ends did I?

Track rods my good fellow, the rods not the ends.

>> Edited by Extra 300 Driver on Monday 15th August 12:43

vprman

418 posts

151 months

Monday 15th August 2005
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ooops, sorry. I will learn to read one of these days
Colin

spartacus

Original Poster:

2,756 posts

178 months

Friday 19th August 2005
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MAGNETIC SWITCH AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DOOR


extra 300 driver said:



spartacus said:
Guys, I want to put this on Part Number thread.

So just to confirm I have read this correctly:

The part number is PTC 130/30 (is that original part number?)

RS stock number is 455-3744

This gives you the contact options of NC or NO, cerbera needs NC so discard NO.

brown wire = nc
green = no
white = common










>> Edited by spartacus on Friday 19th August 21:44

>> Edited by spartacus on Sunday 21st August 20:30

350matt

3,476 posts

187 months

Friday 9th September 2005
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The rear exhaust mounts are the Ford type 2.15 each

Matt

marcus1970

1,217 posts

143 months

Saturday 17th September 2005
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Is the coolant reservoir from a ford with all the electrical extras? If you look on the bottom it has a connection for a computer, to register that he coolant level is low !!

MB