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Old 14 November 2007, 17:17   #1
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Mercruiser 1.7 DTI Oil Filter - Part number?

Has anyone got the part number for the Opel/Isuzu equivilent of the Mercruiser 1.7 DTI oil filter? I was told before I could get one from an autofactor/dealers. It doesn't even have to be a genuine part, if anyone has a spurious part number that would be great.

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Has anyone got the part number for the Opel/Isuzu equivilent of the Mercruiser 1.7 DTI oil filter? I was told before I could get one from an autofactor/dealers. It doesn't even have to be a genuine part, if anyone has a spurious part number that would be great.

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Do you ask dopey questions on this site because you can't be arsed to do your own homework? It's always some part no. or belt size. Buy a bloody workshop manual.
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Has anyone got the part number for the Opel/Isuzu equivilent of the Mercruiser 1.7 DTI oil filter? I was told before I could get one from an autofactor/dealers. It doesn't even have to be a genuine part, if anyone has a spurious part number that would be great.

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what's the engine serial number?

Edit - Sorry forget that I can only look up genuine part numbers!
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what's the engine serial number?

Edit - Sorry forget that I can only look up genuine part numbers!
It's actually not my boat, just trying to help out a guy in my local club. It starts with '88', that's all I can remember (It's the revised one with the faults fixed)

Even the genuine part number would be a good start, I might be able to cross-reference it. Thanks for the help
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882687 is the filter element - it appears it isn't a throw away car type filter and quite cheap!
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882687 is the filter element - it appears it isn't a throw away car type filter and quite cheap!
It's an 'element' type. Got a price on it?
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http://www.marine-power.co.uk/catalo...roducts_id=191

15 not too bad. I got stuff from these guys before must check how much postage is.

I'm trying to figure out is it the same filter as here:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VAUXHALL-ASTRA...QQcmdZViewItem
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http://www.marine-power.co.uk/catalo...roducts_id=191

15 not too bad. I got stuff from these guys before must check how much postage is.

I'm trying to figure out is it the same filter as here:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VAUXHALL-ASTRA...QQcmdZViewItem
That's the one from Marine Power - no idea if it's the right one from the car place though - if it's not under warranty you take your chances!
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That's the one from Marine Power - no idea if it's the right one from the car place though - if it's not under warranty you take your chances!
Might take the filter out of the engine on the weekend and bring it to the autofactors, see if they have anything that matches
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Oil filter

Purchased one from motor factors in Ennis. It is a coopers G1454.

BTW, waiting for the results of your investiagtions detailed in your thread 'diesel for long distance haul'.
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