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gasman2000

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About gasman2000

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  • First Name Ben

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  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model Ford Focus 1.6 TDCi
  • Ford Year 2008
  • UK/Ireland Location Oxfordshire
  • Annual Mileage 10,001 to 15,000
  • Interests Travel
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    General Automotive
  1. Hi, I need to replace my brake servo, part number 6M51-2B195-CD. I can find quite a few for sale, but the final two letters are different in all of them. What do these final 2 letters mean? Would a 6M51-2B195-DC be compatible, for example? They seem identical, but I guess appearance doesn't mean a lot. Thanks.
  2. I appreciate what you're saying, but I don't have the money for a new one (nearly £600 with fitting). I'm confused about the Ford part numbers. Mine is 6M51-2B195-CD and I can find quite a few but the final two letters are different in all of them. Would a 6M51-2B195-DC be compatible, for example? They seem identical, but I guess appearance doesn't mean a lot. Thanks.
  3. Hi, I have recently discovered that my 2008 (facelift) Ford Focus Zetec (Diesel) 109, 1560cc has a leaking brake servo. A constant hiss is coming from the brake pedal area but braking isn't affected (yet). I am looking for a used part on eBay, but I'm confused. 1. Several listings say 2004-2008, but I thought that Mk2 was 2004-2011. I assume the 2008 refers to the facelift model (do people call this Mk3?) But would the servo be any different post-2008? 2. The model on the listings I've seen are all 2B195, but some are prefixed with 3M51, some 6M51 and suffixes are all different - BC, CF, CG, CF, HA and DC (i.e. 3M51-2B195-CF). This is all quite confusing - are some parts of the code crucial to get right, or do parts refer to a date of manufacture (or similar) and so it doesn't actually matter as the part itself is the same? Hope someone can help! Thanks.