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chrisy3
Hi all, A couple of days ago my diesel stop solenoid decided to start leaking when i wanted to use my car. My local motor factors stock 8 different types for my car ('99 1.8TD escort) but they are all wrong. Ford's want £175 for one (not sure if thats for a full pump cos he did mention it not being available as a seperate unit).
The part number they gave me is 1114471 and the part number on the solenoid is MAEDS 124A07
Mine has wiring built-in to it as opposed to nut or spade connections, and the end of the solenoid itself has a filter on it instead of a plunger (Here's a photo of it).

The solenoid works perfectly well so what i want to know is - does anybody know where i can get a replacement solenoid on its own, or tell me a good way of stopping it from leaking (i think its coming from the rubber seal around the wires).
If i can get a solenoid that will physically fit and do the job, the wiring is not at all important as i can adapt that myself.

Thanks for looking.

chris
CAR PARTS EXPRESS
that price IS for the solenoid alone....a pump would set you 1000 + from ford!!!!
chrisy3
[quote name='chrisy3' date='15 February 2010 - 01:36 PM' timestamp='1266240387' post='65134']
Hi all, A couple of days ago my diesel stop solenoid decided to start leaking when i wanted to use my car. My local motor factors stock 8 different types for my car ('99 1.8TD escort) but they are all wrong. Ford's want 175 for one (not sure if thats for a full pump cos he did mention it not being available as a seperate unit).
The part number they gave me is 1114471 and the part number on the solenoid is MAEDS 124A07
Mine has wiring built-in to it as opposed to nut or spade connections, and the end of the solenoid itself has a filter on it instead of a plunger (Here's a photo of it).

The solenoid works perfectly well so what i want to know is - does anybody know where i can get a replacement solenoid on its own, or tell me a good way of stopping it from leaking (i think its coming from the rubber seal around the wires).
If i can get a solenoid that will physically fit and do the job, the wiring is not at all important as i can adapt that myself.

Thanks for looking.

chris
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So it's not a stop solenoid at all. It's an advance actuator with part number 9108-153A and i can get one for 45 + P+P. Bit steep but better than the 175 that ford qouted me.
CAR PARTS EXPRESS
are you sure..... the pic you have posted deffo looks like the part you have been quoted, the solinoid.
chrisy3
[quote name='FORD-PARTS-CENTRE' date='16 February 2010 - 09:46 AM' timestamp='1266312981' post='65241']
are you sure..... the pic you have posted deffo looks like the part you have been quoted, the solinoid.
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Thats the part. Everywhere i look, there's no mention of a stop solenoid for that car but when i finally managed to find a picture of my unit with the part number 9108-153A and it's called an LLA (low load advance) actuator, which is still a solenoid but not a stop one. Appernetly - it constantly operates to fine adjust the fuel or something.

I managed to find one at [url="http://www.darwendiesels.com/"]Darwen Diesels[/url] for 37 +VAT so i've got one on special delivery, coming tomorrow.
CAR PARTS EXPRESS
nice one glad you got it sorted


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