Equivalent Part Numbers

Equivalent Part Numbers

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olly

2,174 posts

251 months

Wednesday 15th June 2005
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Here we go for starters.....

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

spartacus

Original Poster:

2,876 posts

237 months

Wednesday 15th June 2005
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Well done Olly, you beat me to it! If you dont mind hosting it and updating it as we get more part numbers then great. I will put your link in my opening message of this thread so it appears at the top.

olly

2,174 posts

251 months

Wednesday 15th June 2005
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No probs - it's somethinkg I've been thinking about adding to my site for a while.

This topic has given me the data I need (will addd a link on the bottom back to this thread as a "Thank You" to the contributors & Pistonheads!)

rpicker

74 posts

206 months

Thursday 16th June 2005
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not a new owner but lucky I guess, so only a battery in almost two years(ok a couple of upgrades and services) but I think starter motor on way out 99 4.5.
Is there an alternative or alternative parts to repair.

TT Tim

4,143 posts

214 months

Thursday 16th June 2005
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EBC Brake pads:

Front

Original Quality Pad (Greenstuff) DP2002 45 inc VAT

Upgrade Quality Pad (Redstuff) DP3002C 55 inc VAT



Rear

Original Quality Pad (Greenstuff) DP2102 30 inc VAT

Upgrade Quality Pad (Redstuff) DP3102C 38 inc VAT



www.ebcbrakesdirect.com/car/parts_pad.asp?part=pad&make=TVR&model=Cerbera&year=4%2E2+%2894%2D%29#



tvrjohn

1,028 posts

222 months

Thursday 16th June 2005
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Throttle Pots
previously referenced as Ford parts 1K15A or E1586
these nos not known to Ford
However have just bought a pair from TVR and they had
E2936 marked on them.
Would be great to find alternative source as these were 70 the pair !

tvrjohn

1,028 posts

222 months

Thursday 16th June 2005
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Speed Sensor, pretty sure there the same on Griffs & Chims also, fit near the diff.
TVR no is M0631 TVR price 47.77 + vat

These are a popular item to fail

Can anyone come up with the alternative ?

DuncanM

4,322 posts

246 months

Thursday 16th June 2005
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tvrjohn said:

Would be great to find alternative source as these were 70 the pair !


Strange seeing as I paid 35+vat for 2 of them from Silverstone TVR .

I thought that was a good price and I'm sure that's what other people have paid too...

Duncan

carl_w

6,708 posts

225 months

Thursday 16th June 2005
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blue 4.5 said:
Clear side indicators - Ford Fiesta
Mk 3

froggie

896 posts

209 months

Friday 17th June 2005
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front anti roll bar bushes ford pt no 1632605 7.13 pr
stearing input shaft outer oil seal B.S.L. NO.DIN3760 R 23 1.70
INNER SEAL SIZE 27/37/7 2.35

Captain Beaky

1,389 posts

251 months

Monday 20th June 2005
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If power steering fails a substitute electric pump can be used from a Citroen Saxo. Apparently the hoses fit perfectly. The Tuscan and T350 use this too.

The pump takes about 30A so substantial wiring and relays are required.

This modification can be a cheaper alternative fix if the woodruff key on the pump drive shaft breaks, a known problem with pre-98 cars. Replacing the key and/or shaft means engine removal...

Thanks to Jools for his wisdom on this.

tvrjohn

1,028 posts

222 months

Tuesday 21st June 2005
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from duncanm

Strange seeing as I paid 35+vat for 2 of them from Silverstone TVR .

I thought that was a good price and I'm sure that's what other people have paid too...

Duncan


Have checked and Silverstone/TVR Power quote 31 each
+ vat +p&p

olly

2,174 posts

251 months

Tuesday 21st June 2005
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Keep 'em coming guys !

Just updated the site : www.tvr-cerbera.fsnet.co.uk/parts.htm

350matt

3,623 posts

246 months

Tuesday 21st June 2005
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Engine air temperature switch - Intermotor 55701 from most motor factors - 21 quid

Matt

TooTall Paul

938 posts

214 months

Tuesday 21st June 2005
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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 ??

froggie

896 posts

209 months

Wednesday 22nd June 2005
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The old style tilton starters use some hitachi parts inc solanoid,brushes & sprag baring but couldnt get armature or motor match.
some say nissan 300 but the one i checked was different.

350matt

3,623 posts

246 months

Friday 24th June 2005
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any half decent starter motor supplier should be able to re-con you existing motor

Matt

froggie

896 posts

209 months

Friday 24th June 2005
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Try getting a equivalent part no for an armature or full motor to replace the tilton one.

jesfirth

1,743 posts

209 months

Saturday 25th June 2005
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rear lights fiesta mk 2

brake fluid reservoir escort mk 2

Boosted LS1

20,032 posts

227 months

Saturday 25th June 2005
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For example, I could have sworn someone figured out the make and equivalent part number for the infamous starter motor, someone else in Australia was of the opinion that the AP clutch plate is same as C5 Corvette, these are gems worth knowing!
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Hmmm, the C5 has a large diameter clutch, probably big block diameter! I thought the cerb used a twin plate small diameter clutch, if so it's completely different to the vette.

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