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    V50 Glowplugs

    Hi guys and girls.

    New to the forum-- I'm looking for glowplugs for a 2010 V50. My engine code is D4164T, how do I find out if my engine's number as there are 2 different rated Glowplugs for this engine?

    E.g

    Zero -> 16125

    or

    16126 -> onwards

    Thanks in advanced.

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    The easiest way is to check your V5 document. The engine number should be on it (if it was completed properly)

    Otherwise it may be on a sticker on the cambelt cover
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerous Dave View Post
    The easiest way is to check your V5 document. The engine number should be on it (if it was completed properly)

    Otherwise it may be on a sticker on the cambelt cover
    I only have the new keeper slip at the moment, also the sticker has been scrubbed off the cam belt cover

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    On older Volvos the engine number is stamped onto the block (down the back of the engine on top of where the water pump is) but I'm not sure about the newer diesel engines.
    1996 Olive Green 850 AWD - Follow the Project - Forged rods, 19T, big blue injectors, 960 TB, 3.25" MAF, Ostrich, 608 binary, arduino data display, active exhaust control with Focus RS tips, 320mm front brake conversion.
    1996 Nautic Blue 850 AWD - Failed its MOT, now it's a donor for the green thing.
    2004 Sapphire Black S60 D5 - The new daily hack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerous Dave View Post
    On older Volvos the engine number is stamped onto the block (down the back of the engine on top of where the water pump is) but I'm not sure about the newer diesel engines.
    Think I'll just have to have a glowplug out of the lump on Monday morning to see if the ampage is stamped on the side..

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    Ok, I got it

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    1. Consecutive engine serial number
    2. VIN (chassis number)
    3. Engine code

    The engine's serial number is located on the cylinder block, on the exhaust side, at the same level as cylinders 1 and 2.

    The VIN (chassis number) and engine code are also located on the exhaust side, on the gearbox flange.
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    1996 Nautic Blue 850 AWD - Failed its MOT, now it's a donor for the green thing.
    2004 Sapphire Black S60 D5 - The new daily hack.

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    By the way, referring to the topic of Glowplugs, I noticed that many acquaintances have a problem with unscrewing them, saves WD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_12 View Post
    By the way, referring to the topic of Glowplugs, I noticed that many acquaintances have a problem with unscrewing them, saves WD.
    I think I see where this is heading
    1996 Olive Green 850 AWD - Follow the Project - Forged rods, 19T, big blue injectors, 960 TB, 3.25" MAF, Ostrich, 608 binary, arduino data display, active exhaust control with Focus RS tips, 320mm front brake conversion.
    1996 Nautic Blue 850 AWD - Failed its MOT, now it's a donor for the green thing.
    2004 Sapphire Black S60 D5 - The new daily hack.


 

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