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    Default Citroen CX GTi Turbo 2 Fuel Regulator

    I've taken a look at my three T2s and they all use the fuel-regulator Bosch 0280160216. One of them is known to be broken & I don't have much confidence that the other two will last much longer so I'm looking for some spares...

    Now, I've found somebody with 0280160214 (new & in stock) but I don't know if they are an acceptable alternative to ...216?

    For info, I notice that CX-Basis lists all of the following part-numbers against a single item (sadly, out of stock) which suggests they are equivalent. However, I'd rather be sure before I part with a couple of hundred pounds (I'll probably buy two given their rarity & the shipping costs):-

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    95603476 0280160216 95554685 0280160214

    Any advice most gratefully received!

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    I found an alternative for 0280160214 online - Intermotor 16504.

    This is a LOT cheaper that the ...214 so I'd be very grateful if anybody who really knows the answer can tell me if ...214 & ...216 are equivalent.

    With many thanks.

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    Can you contact Bosch and find out the differences
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    Always try to find another car that uses the same part. In this case:
    https://www.autodoc.co.uk/bosch/671336
    claims it was used on some BMW, Lancia and quite a few Fords.
    The BMW application would lead me to look at Pelican Parts, FCPEuro etc., but the Ford applications are probably the most promising.
    Amazon lists it but is out of stock.

    This website is often useful and gives further application and interchange info:
    https://www.yoyopart.com/oem/4298230...280160216.html

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    Thanks for the tips.

    As a stop-gap, I've ordered a pair of these (I like to have at least one spare for any rare parts & they are only £27 each).

    https://www.internetmotorparts.com/e...e-sensor-16504

    These guys list 16504 as an equivalent to Bosch 0280160214 and (as previously mentioned) CX-Basis lists both 0280160214 & 0280160216 against the same item on their website.

    I'll let you all know if they fit/work.

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    Good news! The Intermotor 16504 worked fine. A direct physical replacement (and presumably, regulating to the same pressure as the original - I'll check that at some point).
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