Rad OE Number?

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Gareth Wales
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Rad OE Number?

Post by Gareth Wales »

Can anyone please confirm that the OE number of a TZD radiator is
95635181?
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Vanny
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Post by Vanny »

got a rad in the garage if you need one!
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Post by Gareth Wales »

That's very kind Vanny - many thanks. Will get back to you when I've finally tested mine - seems to be cold in the bottom.
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Radiator.

Post by Geoffrey Gould »

Hello If you dont mind me saying so it really does not pay to take chances with radiators. The consequences dont bare thinking about. Overheating,head gaskets, cracked heads ---------. Because the rads are the "wrong" way IE: horizontal flow with fine small bore tubes they do seem to be very prone to blocking up. Distilled water and at least a 50% coolant mix seems to be a lot of trouble to go to but it works.
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Post by roscoe »

Yep, that's the correct number for a turbo diesel radiator - there's one on ebay right now!
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Post by Gareth Wales »

Great - thanks Roscoe.
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Post by roscoe »

There was another one on ebay a few weeks back - last bid was 10Stg if I recall-but he wouldn't ship to Australia :x and didn't offer pickup in the UK. I ended up buying one from M&C Lockwood and having it shipped over here as mine was totally shot - cost me 200STg delivered which worked out to AUD$511 - a bargain compared to getting one made up locally or imported via a Citroen main dealer.
It and the new lower rad hose have solved all my heat problems - car sits rock solid on 82-85C except in heavy traffic at low speeds - it creeps up to about 88C and sits there.
cheers,
Roscoe
1991 TZD
2004 Peugeot 307
1990 Mitsubishi Express Van - Alpaca Transporter