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RCZ Parts Catalogue

Rae07

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Anyone know where can I access the RCZ parts catalogue?
 

neilgsxr69

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Do you mean accessories catalogue? Because you can buy this on eBay.
 

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Hi, I am looking for illustrated parts breakdown for RCZ.

As parts are pretty rare in Singapore (not many RCZ in SG), this will allow me to purchase cheaper parts online without having to go through the authorised dealer.
 

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You can buy a workshop manual on line
 

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does anyone know why my display keeps saying i need to top up my coolant when it is ok.
 

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Coolant level sensor inside the expansion bottle maybe the culprit they are a well known generic failure & dead easy to remove & install a new one
 

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The same thing happened to me and I was instructed by Peugeot Dealer to unplug it. Apparently, even if you replace it with a new one same issue will re-occur.
Now I have unplugged it no more worries. But please ensure to wrap a tape around the unplugged parts for water protection. See attached photo below
 

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The same thing happened to me and I was instructed by Peugeot Dealer to unplug it. Apparently, even if you replace it with a new one same issue will re-occur.
Now I have unplugged it no more worries. But please ensure to wrap a tape around the unplugged parts for water protection. See attached photo below
I can see me doing this to mine this week I’m on my 2nd sensor and it’s still doing it! It’s bloody annoying And if Peugeot are saying to unplug it that’s a story in itself on them sensors..
 
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