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PD 100,115,130,150,160 engine internal part numbers

Discussion in 'TDi - SEAT Diesel specific topics' started by micky 32, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. micky 32

    micky 32 Full Member

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    all part numbers verified through VW and ive used the year 2002 as a guide( numbers always changing etc), PD 160 same engine parts as 130/150

    il start with the cylinder head, all the 100,115,130,150 PD engines use the same head, camshaft and valves. Headbolts are different, for the hex bolts on the PD130 and 150 its: N 908 897 01, and for the PD100 and 115 its: N 901 300 01

    The block and piston set number for the PD130 and 150 are 038 103 101 AB (AH after 2003) and for the PD115 its 038 103 101 J and for the PD100 its 038 103 101 AA. Piston rings are the same on all PD engines 038 198 151

    oil spray jets for PD130/150 part no. is 028 103 157 B and for the PD115 its 028 103 157 A

    Conrod part numbers are the same for the PD150 and 130 and its 038 198 401B for the set and for the PD115 its 038 198 401 and for the PD100 its 038 198 401 E

    Crankshaft bearings comes as one part number on the PD115/100 : 026 198 491 and on the PD130/150 : 038 105 561 A (upper) 038 105 591 A (lower)

    Crankshaft for the PD115/100 part number is 038 105 021 C and PD130/150 its 038 105 021 K

    Conrods bearing shell for PD130/150 part number is 038 105 701 B (lower), 038 105 701 A (upper)

    conrods bearing shell for PD100/115 part number is 045 105 701 (lower), 045 105 701 A (upper)

    water pumps are all the same for all the PDs

    Oil pump for the PD 150/130 part number is 038 115 105D and for the PD115/100 its 06A 115 105B

    Injectors for the PD100 part number is 038 130 073 AJ or 038 130 079 CX

    Injectors for the PD115 part number is 045 130 073 T or 045 130 079 X

    Injectors for the PD130/150 part number is 038 130 073 AL or 038 130 079 BX

    Turbo for PD130 part number is 038 253 016 F, for PD 150 : 038 253 016 G, for PD115 its 038 253 019 C (same as TDI 110 vnt 15) and PD 100 turbo is 038 253 019 N.

    The only difference i could find between the 130 and 150 was the cheese headbolts, what are those????
     
  2. muddyboots

    muddyboots Still hanging around

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    :clap:

    Nice info there, you've been busy (or bored?).

    Was there are turbo part number for the 160 ?
     
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  3. micky 32

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    i knew i forgot something, the turbo on the Ibiza 130 is a KKK (038 253 014C) and on the 160 its a Garrett 038 253 016 Q. The PD150 on the Leon , Golf etc is Garrett 038 253 016 G.
     
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    good list micky - please can you post a link to your thread in the TDI FAQ, a good reference i feel.
     
  5. micky 32

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    there is also a couple of differences between the TDI 90 and 110 bhp engine. it shares the same crankshaft and crankshaft bearings and conrods but the conrod shell bearing and pistons are different part numbers.
     
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    basstard Dropping Cogs is Useless

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    Absolutely top work micky!!! This is what is meant by 'being useful to the community' :thumbup:

    So the only difference between 150, 130 and 160 is the turbo and IC??
    Cool,,, another point to remember when someone questions if it's better to buy a 130 or a 160,,,

    And then the only difference between the 110 and the 90 [the vnt one] are the conrod bearings and the pistons? :confused:
     
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    the 130, 150 and 160 are one of the same boiler. just the turbo and intercooler differences.

    do you know the engine code for the VNT 90? not sure it was the VNT 90 i compared. yeah it seems different piston part numbers and conrod bearings, conrods the same though. according to elsa the 110 has harder wearing shell bearings.
     
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    basstard Dropping Cogs is Useless

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    well, don't know the code for the VNTed 90hp but you can look: if it hasn't the N75 or the turbo looks clearly a wastegate, then it ain't a VNT [ :redface: obviously!]
     
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    i thought the 150 and 160 had a larger inlet manifold than the 130 as well, could be wrong tho
     
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    no the 130 and 150 share the same inlet manifolds.
     
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    What about the 160 ?
     
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    it seems a lot of the intake stuff is the same for the 160 as 130 on the ibiza, there seems to be differences where the air intake ducting is, have to find out for sure, but i think manifolds are the same.
     
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    Sorry to resurect htis thread but what are the part no's for the clutches on the respective models?
     
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    Clutch pressure plate for PD130/150 : 038 141 025 R

    Clutch pressure plate for PD115/100 : 038 141 025 K

    Clutch plate for PD130/150 : 038 141 032 G

    Clutch plate for PD100 : 06A 141 031 K

    Clutch plate for PD115 : 06A 141 032 R
     
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    You must have been expecting this ;) : what about the clutch on pd160?
     
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    the same as PD130/150
     
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    I have a 150 golf turbo & IC to go on my 110 Leon, i *think* i just need pipework & a 150 water rad , any part numbers handy anyone ?
     
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    ha resurected big time! as it appears most of the bay is similar on the 130-160... pd160 turbo a straight bolt onto the 130? would asume the smic would get owned with the 160 turbo though? *hunts down a rear ended cupra* hah
     
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    Sorry for saying that, but there are some mistakes in your listings.

    Water pump Is not the same on all PD engines, the ARL/BPX/BUK engines have a slightly bigger water pump. It wont fit into the block.
    And because of that also the block differs on those engines, not only because of the water pump, also the strength of casting is better on the engines with 150/160 hp.

    And to answer the last question: Yes, the turbo from Ibiza Cupra and Leon Cupra (Garrett GT1749VB will plug and play bolt on to 130hp Engine.

    Greets, Alex
     
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    I have a VB & want to fit it to my Golf PD100, keeping the SMIC. What would i need ? just the section of pipes nearest the turbo yes ?
     

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