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    Default Bolt needed for Peugeot 406

    The part in the picture has fallen off my Peugeot 406 Hdi. I have the part but the attaching bolt is missing. The part is the gear shift control weight and is located on the passenger side below the battery box area and is part of the gear linkage components. The number on it is 486741. The bolt goes down vertically into (I think) the block. I need the size and thread etc of the bolt. Can anyone help? Thanks Bolt needed for Peugeot 406-part-486741.jpg

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    I took a guess at the age of your car and looked up the part on the Peugeot Service Box web site.

    The control weight part is listed - part number 2449.A2

    Unfortunately the bolt is not listed separately. No doubt it comes with the arm.

    I assume the arm pivots on the bolt which probably means that the bolt is not just a standard hex head item.

    I suggest you call David Cavanagh at French Connection (9338 8191) - I would be surprised if he didn't have one!

    Draw his attention to this post so he can see what part you want.

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    Thanks Roland. I had a look on Service Box but could not find that diagram but was told by a dealer that the part comes complete with the bolt. Three weeks from France if you give them enough $$$. The bolt is a smaller size than the hole in the counter weight as it goes through a spacer. I'll be able to find a generic bolt that fits as David could not help.

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    Sounds like a plan!

    Well done.

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    307 Hdi Sedan - Auto - (2007)
    505GR Estate - Personal Import from UK 1971cc Manual (March 1986)
    405 Mi16x4 (all the parts ready to install into the LeMans body)

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    It seems to me the Japanese don't understand the benefit of a bobweight......would have made the flimsy shift on my Civic much better.


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