GS Hydraulic pump O ring seal & other parts
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    Default GS Hydraulic pump O ring seal & other parts

    Hi all...just wondering where to get an O ring suitable for my GS Hydraulic pump
    Mine is there but I'd prefer to replace with a new one...
    I should probably also do the timing belt and tensioners whist it's all open..
    any other jobs I should do whilst I'm there??
    PS am looking for the clips that secure the hydraulic line near fan housing as some have been removed from the car...Lucky for me Grisy soon identified and remarked on the need for them...
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    DS Motors in Qld are quite good for GS bits or Chevronics in UK specialise in GS parts

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    As far as I am aware, it's the same as a late XM strut top bottom o-ring 5271.41 24x2.7, aka GS Pump seal. Various sources, but still available from Citroen, probably via the dealers if you don't mind waiting a while.

    What do the clips look like? Are they common to something else?

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    Thanks Gents...
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    If finding a ring proves problematic you could easily substitute a 3x24 or BS(AS) 120 ring in Nitrile. Either will work just fine. The only 'sealing' rings in the Cits that are really critical for sizing, IOW, needs to be exactly as the factory specified are the Teflon wear strips used in the suspension cylinders and power steering rack for the DS.

    Steve

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