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Part numbers for clutch/DMF accessories

Postby kaoz » Wed Apr 11, 2018 1:50 pm

Hi everyone,
need to change my clutch and flywheel, I think I'll go for a LUK set for around 300 euros and stick with the DMF as it's a 125 PS soon-to-be camper coversion.

I'd like to order all the necessary bits and pieces in advance. Could anyone with access to ETIS give me the part numbers for
- pilot bearing
- crank shaft seal
- gearbox shaft seal

VIN is: wf0hxxgbfh3l83312

Did I forget anything else that's important?

Thanks a lot in advance!

P.S.: Is there maybe a set from Ford or some OEM to replace all engine/gearbox rubber mounts? Fells like my engine moves around much more than it should.
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Re: Part numbers for clutch/DMF accessories

Postby v8dave » Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:21 pm

You can look them up here.

You can get the Luk part numbers from their website.
mk7 08reg 2.4 T350 LWB MHR RWD
mk6 X reg 2.4 T350 LWB MHR RWD - scrapped
mk4 J reg 2.5 L300 LWB MHR RWD - sold on

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Re: Part numbers for clutch/DMF accessories

Postby paul2012 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:43 pm

Build Date: 20.06.2003
Vehicle Line: Transit 2000-2006
Cab Style: Kombi (M1)
Series: 330M Series
Engine: 2.4L Duratorq DI (120/125PS)
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual Transmission - MT75

DMF Ford Part no F4486794 - (1C14-6477-CE)
Clutch Ford Part no F1353403 - (3C1J-7L596-AA)
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2003 Jaguar X-Type 2.1 V6
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Re: Part numbers for clutch/DMF accessories

Postby v8dave » Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:14 pm

Unless the crank seal is leaking I'd leave it alone.

People sometimes can't get a new crank seal bonded correctly to the block.
mk7 08reg 2.4 T350 LWB MHR RWD
mk6 X reg 2.4 T350 LWB MHR RWD - scrapped
mk4 J reg 2.5 L300 LWB MHR RWD - sold on

Notice a trend there ? not too big and not too small
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Re: Part numbers for clutch/DMF accessories

Postby kaoz » Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:32 pm

Thanks a lot! I'll leave it alone then, doesn't seem to be leaking, at least nothing visible from outside.
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Re: Part numbers for clutch/DMF accessories

Postby kaoz » Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:28 pm

Oh, and I found loads of contradicting info on thegearbox oil... what is the right one? Just 75W140 or Kroon Mt75 or...?
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Re: Part numbers for clutch/DMF accessories

Postby knobby1 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:55 pm

kaoz wrote:Oh, and I found loads of contradicting info on thegearbox oil... what is the right one? Just 75W140 or Kroon Mt75 or...?


75w140 is diff oil...too heavy for the gearbox...Ford spec is: WSD-M2C200-C

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