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where to get one of these oily rubbery things from then?


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#1 dojj

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Posted 03 March 2021 - 12:43 PM

got into the car to take it out for it's first drive in about 5 months and stepped into this thing

 

picked it up and it was really REALLY oily and sticky and i had to use almost 5 minutes of my day cleaning the crud off

 

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some facebook investigating later has revealed that it's not a turd but this

 

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and people are saying it's going to be difficult to source

 

so can i just call up ford and order one or will they want to sell me an entire brake bar assembly for $1 million?

 

thanks


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Posted 03 March 2021 - 02:13 PM

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Parts may be available from ford dealer, (pcclick finds an old listing on ebay by rates-ford, for £23, sold out now.)

or

You could look at other boots, and make them fit, e.g. the Mk2 Mondeo boot is similar but obviously may have different dimensions, the firewall hole may be bigger or smaller. (cut or add a reducer plate?)

 

 

A handy guide!


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#3 nicam49

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Posted 03 March 2021 - 02:46 PM

All the Ford main dealers get their parts from Ford main logistics centre at Daventry. You've got the part number-finis code-so why not contact your Ford dealer of choice and they'll see on their computer system if the part is available.
Googling the part it looks like the part was originally 1351097 if that helps. Also googling it says it may be available from Ford Germany in 5 days. Google's handy for that sort of thing
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Posted 03 March 2021 - 03:01 PM

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Dojo

You made my eyes water I was laughing so much😂😂😂😂😂

You can just follow a dog, or try this, which is for the ST 😁


A visit to local Dealer and I soon located the necessary parts and ordered the following:
Part No. 1445933 Push Rod Boot. Item 10 on attached isometric.
Part No. 1332827 Seal. Item 20 on attached isometric.
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Posted 03 March 2021 - 03:19 PM

I’ve now looked more closely at your diagram and the part number is the same😳

Got this info off an ST site.

There is nothing I’ve seen on the net, all I can think of is a scrappy

Are our cars becoming obsolete or something?

Can’t get the parts that we need, It’s a load of sh*t, excuse the pun. 😂😂😂

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Posted 03 March 2021 - 03:48 PM

I’ve now looked more closely at your diagram and the part number is the same

Got this info off an ST site.

There is nothing I’ve seen on the net, all I can think of is a scrappy

Are our cars becoming obsolete or something?

Can’t get the parts that we need, It’s a load of sh*t, excuse the pun.

 

ford tend to have a 10 year cut off for producing parts for obsolete models so things tend to be stuck on shelves and if they can't find them they are listed as "not listed" until they turn up in a shed 25 years later and with 2,000% mark up on them :(


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362mm 6 pot ap stoppers lurking behind some 8 x 18 comps
tv fitted to facelifted dash + headrest screens for both kids
full st kit + powerfolds w/puddlelights with jp stainless exhaust
shonky n/s/f rattle fixed by totd whoopie!
most of the chrome bits done


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Posted 03 March 2021 - 05:23 PM

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Hi

 

This is a post from STDRIVERS: https://www.stdriver...rough-bulkhead/

If you are able to obtain grommets, it may help. Worked on my car for years up to when I sold car.

 

Peter


Edited by ST56, 03 March 2021 - 05:35 PM.

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Posted 04 March 2021 - 01:47 PM

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So gents I have a resolution to this I think.....
Yesterday got in my Mk3 and stood in a oily pile of sponge like material, WTF....Sussed out it was the said brake rod boot and that's why ride has been quite noisy lately, took a while getting this gunk off my shoes and indeed the rubber car mat even!
So after googling all day with no luck in finding these items, and I mean all day with the wife giving me daggers for 'Just sitting on my IPad' !!!
It appears that the rubber boot is no longer available from ford ( This was confirmed via a phone call this morning to Bristol Trust Ford Parts Dept) but the seal is a 'back order' item, I think the boot is the more important out of the two for sealing the opening in the firewall and the seal may assist with the sound deadening.
So when talking to parts guy at Trust Ford he said have you checked if Jaguar part is same/available Hmmmm, so on the JaguarLandrover Classic Parts site the two items are the same on the X-Type jag ( different part numbers obviously) so I have ordered item C2S44051 ( rubber boot) & C2S32316 (seal) for a lot less ( inc del) than Fords prices.
Just not looking forward to fitting them but would like to do a proper job and remove pedal assembly, the above videos by Craig show very well how to remove pedals but I have not got an Automatic Mk3 and he mentions having to get involved with the hydraulic system which may be a pain I could do without, any one know about any possibly problems with clutch pedal removal?

Cheers Paul m.
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Posted 04 March 2021 - 06:47 PM

Hi

 

I initially intended to remove pedal box and fit items as originals, however the main reason I decided to split and join seals was. When attempting to remove nylon/plastic nut from I think it was end of brake rod, nut started to collapse. I therefore decided to fit as per my above post.

 

When I carried out repair grommets were fairly cheap and thought if repair unsuccessful would buy another pair and a replacement nut and try again. However the cable ties and gaffer tape worked so well repair lasted years and is probably still on car now.

 

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Posted 04 March 2021 - 10:09 PM

Hi

 

I initially intended to remove pedal box and fit items as originals, however the main reason I decided to split and join seals was. When attempting to remove nylon/plastic nut from I think it was end of brake rod, nut started to collapse. I therefore decided to fit as per my above post.

 

When I carried out repair grommets were fairly cheap and thought if repair unsuccessful would buy another pair and a replacement nut and try again. However the cable ties and gaffer tape worked so well repair lasted years and is probably still on car now.

 

Peter

 

lots of people have cut the rubbers to fit them, but use glue to join the sides.

While superglue works very well with rubber, the glue supplied with split CV boots will make a join as strong and long lasting as a part that was fitted in one piece.


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