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Has anybody here fitted cylinder liners?

Postby MAD-PUG » Wed May 08, 2013 7:31 pm

How difficult is it to fit cylinder liners?
Is a press required?
Can new "O"' ring seals be fitted with existing liners?

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Postby miles1234 » Wed May 08, 2013 10:57 pm

Liners are very easy to work on , once the head is off and remains of the head gasket removed they are clearly visible . To remove them the sump will need to come off and the big end bolts removed . They can be tight in the block due to crud build up , i tapped them out with a piece of wood so as not to damage them .The O rings are only a fiver or so from Peugeot for a set of 4 .
The biggest job is cleaning the rust and grot off the inside of the block especialy around the bottom where the liners sit .Once cleaned and new O rings fitted they slide into the block nicely .Its worth running a 3 legged glaze buster down them before refitting .
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Postby owen » Thu May 09, 2013 10:18 am

Just done all them on my 405 mi16 its a ball ache but
Has to be done got the seals from peugeot £7.50 got part number if you need it
I kept the packet lol
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Postby owen » Thu May 09, 2013 11:25 am

Make sure everythingis cleaned b4 putting the seals in. Dont take them all out at once..do them one at a time
You dont need to take the pistons out the liners just position them half way up inside after
You have freed them from the crank.
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Postby MAD-PUG » Thu May 09, 2013 12:18 pm

owen wrote: ... got part number if you need it. I kept the packet lol

That would help. Every time I go to the dealer, they want the registration number so that they can say, "Ah - We don't do parts for cars that age."
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Postby miles1234 » Thu May 09, 2013 1:51 pm

The part number is 011278 , they come as a pack of 4 for £5.05 plus VAT .Have just checked the packet , the old number has been superceded , the part number is now 0112A7 .
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Postby Miles » Wed May 15, 2013 10:53 pm

About time, the earlier XU5 & 9's are expensive but if you bought the XU7 ones they were half the price and in 1 bag and not 4, handy thing with all the alloy block engines being basically the same
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Postby 309jazzpanda » Thu May 23, 2013 10:34 am

When you put them back in make sure the liner protrusion is correct across all 4 otherwise its head off again
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