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Subject: Re: starter motor

ron (ta !)
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Date Posted: 13:54:02 14/02/2012 Tue
In reply to: Ian S 's message, "Re: starter motor" on 11:16:47 27/01/2012 Fri

>>further to my previous posting, i realise that i did
>>not put enough information.
>>the engine is a volvo pente AQ D 21A which is listed
>>as being 2110cc 4 cylinder diesel, 75hp, engine
>>number 3116941. it is fitted in what i belive to be a
>>Seamaster Cadet, but i am not 100% sure of the exact
>>model but it is a Seamaster.
>I don't know anything about this engine but a quick
>google suggests that the base engine is 2112cc Peugeot
>diesel from 504 car. As that Peugeot engine appears to
>have been new inabout 1971, it seems likely that your
>engine is a bit younger than you think.
>The 504 engine was quite numberous and spares are
>still easily available. I would suggest two approaches
>if you have no luck using the Volvo emgine number. You
>could try a good auto-electrian. They may have have
>some reference books that might help. Also, you cold
>try a local scrappie for a 504 diesel starter moter.
>Take along some measurements of mounting hole spacings
>etc, maybe take some photos and make a cardboard
>mockup to see if a 504 part is likely to fit.

thank you for your input, i did try that line of inquiry without any luck. i have now managed to find the right starter motor.

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