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Citroen Berlingo 1.9D (2002) - New to the forum but not to veg oil.
27-01-2012, 11:33 AM
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Citroen Berlingo 1.9D (2002) - New to the forum but not to veg oil.
Have run 2 x vauxhall astra estates (96), Izuzu and GM engines on a 80/20 mix of SVO and diesel few years back.

Have just bought a citroen berlingo 1.9D (2002) has the XUD engine with a Delphi injector pump, I,m looking at using Biodiesel in this or a blend of WVO and diesel. anyone done anything similar with this van or the best way of going about it.




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27-01-2012, 12:51 PM
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Citroen Berlingo 1.9D (2002) - New to the forum but not to veg oil.
welcome. You have picked a bad one there for veg oil use. some get away with the lucas/delphi pump for a while, but most find it wrecked in no time. Here is what biomotors say about fitting an Elsbet veg kit. The DW8 was a follow on of the XUD, but still the same pump.

BERLINGO-1,9D/1998-02/WJZ(DW8/LW3/4cyl./1868ccm/51kW/69,36PS/BHP/4600min-1/LUCAS/RP/NO-Tank NOT POSSIBLE

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27-01-2012, 01:46 PM
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Hi and Welcome Waves

Delphi is a Lucas make under licence, so it\'s bio only mate.

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27-01-2012, 07:43 PM
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Some DW8s have Bosch pumps apparently.
I had a look at the DW8 in my mum\'s work Berlingo, it looks quite similar externally to the XUD.

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27-01-2012, 08:19 PM
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Quote:Originally posted by eye_flys
Some DW8s have Bosch pumps apparently.
I had a look at the DW8 in my mum\'s work Berlingo, it looks quite similar externally to the XUD.

There isn\'t a lot of difference really, the block is the same but the head is different internally (it\'s a di as apposed to idi I think).
Never came with a turbo though.

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27-01-2012, 09:17 PM
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Quote:Originally posted by Rotary-Motion
wonder if you could change that pump for a bosch?

Thats what i was thinking, wonder if anyone has any success, and or what bosch pump would do as a replacement

Making bio is no problem as I have access to plenty of free WVO, just thought I may be able to filter it and blend with diesel to get the viscosity down.
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27-01-2012, 09:21 PM
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DW8 never fitted with Bosch. The Bosch wasnt accurate enough in timing for the emissions the DW8 was aimed at beating.

The Lucas exceeded the accuracy needed.

Pump from std. XUD-9 will fit with pipes, sprocket and injectors, but needs to be the N/A version.

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27-01-2012, 09:38 PM
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Quote:Originally posted by e3msb
welcome. You have picked a bad one there for veg oil use. some get away with the lucas/delphi pump for a while, but most find it wrecked in no time. Here is what biomotors say about fitting an Elsbet veg kit. The DW8 was a follow on of the XUD, but still the same pump.

BERLINGO-1,9D/1998-02/WJZ(DW8/LW3/4cyl./1868ccm/51kW/69,36PS/BHP/4600min-1/LUCAS/RP/NO-Tank NOT POSSIBLE

It was a case of the van being the right priceWink1 but thought I,d look into it and found this site whilst looking for info on the pump etc to see if its possible.
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27-01-2012, 09:42 PM
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Quote:Originally posted by High Compression II
DW8 never fitted with Bosch. The Bosch wasnt accurate enough in timing for the emissions the DW8 was aimed at beating.

The Lucas exceeded the accuracy needed.

Pump from std. XUD-9 will fit with pipes, sprocket and injectors, but needs to be the N/A version.

Its a N/A, are you talking of a bosch from a std XUD 9 ? and swap with the delphi
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30-06-2012, 11:31 PM
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Citroen Berlingo 1.9D (2002) - New to the forum but not to veg oil.
Hey guys,
I\'ve got the same berlingo as the op.
How do I check what engine and pump I have to assess B100/WVO compatibilty?
Is there anything else I need to check?

Cheers.

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