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#1 2018-02-13 21:56:09

Steve1986
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Registered: 2018-02-13
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Engine replacement

Hi does anyone know what the difference between a rhk engine and the rhj engine and does it fit I have the rhk engine and been sent the rhj complete all I can see different is the turbo has a wiring connector and my original dont

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#2 2018-02-14 10:00:30

vaz2121
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From: SW. Scotland
Registered: 2015-08-31
Posts: 317

Re: Engine replacement

Steve1986 wrote:

Hi does anyone know what the difference between a rhk engine and the rhj engine and does it fit I have the rhk engine and been sent the rhj complete all I can see different is the turbo has a wiring connector and my original dont

Don't take this as absolute gospel    A little knowledge/experience from swapping stuff/mix N match about within (of late VW or Vauxhall) Peugeot's but things have moved on a bit since then, The basics will still apply (DW's are derived from XUD's).......... If you've already an engine sitting ................
DW10 ATED / RHS    
DW10 TD / RHY    
DW10 ATED / RHZ    
DW10 BTED / RHX    
DW10 BTED / RHW    
DW10 BTED4 / RHR    
DW10 BTED4 / RHF    

"RHK--RHJ " and wherever within above codings etc..... It'll mean to identify internal specs, power rating  - 8V or 16v -SOHC -DOHC and the likes and where possible installation .......

You'll find your chassis number has RHK in it some where...
A quick google suggests -- RHK=van/E7 taxi --120 bhp?...................RHJ=C4 Grand Picasso --136  bhp? .........

With both engines being DW10's .....So far it seems there basically (and visually) the same architecture (bare engine and power rating)   Essentially "Yes" it'll fit ...... But you'll most likely have to swap your stuff (ancillaries) over like you've already mentioned "Turbo" for a start and I would say your diesel pump (as using your own ECU) to keep the immobilizer and the injector coding/pressures matching...engine loom at least ? ?

I put a XUD9 from a 406 into a 405 which were/had the same engine.... lots of fiddly little differences (things like water inlets/pipes)............

I'd suggest  ...... engines side by side and change all the bits over putting all the RHK stuff on (might be a long way for a shortcut but at least your back close to what you started with)

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