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Old 16-08-2023, 06:38 PM   #1561
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small question regarding ford part number - BR2Z F404D52 CA [emblem]. just wondering if you have a description/picture of the actual item & where it normally goes.

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Guess you can put it anywhere you want on any car you want and its a limited addition adding a few 0000's to the new value!
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Old 17-08-2023, 06:45 PM   #1563
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Let me check it out during the week..
Hi mate
Was there a service bulletin on where these floor mat retaining parts fitted?
like between carpet and underlay, or to cut a recess in the underlay, it seems they would make the carpet sit up a bit,
This thread is going to be gold to people in the future
Looking to see what fits where and on what models,

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Old 19-08-2023, 08:16 AM   #1565
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Was there a service bulletin on where these floor mat retaining parts fitted?
like between carpet and underlay, or to cut a recess in the underlay, it seems they would make the carpet sit up a bit,
This thread is going to be gold to people in the future
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Not that I am aware of as I am sure they were standard production on FPV lines at least.

Have you checked the workshop manual along with the FPV supplement?

You might have to compare to another car or ask someone who has had it apart.
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For GTP 6FPAAAJGSW9C69424, catalogue advises it could be one of the below as it does not know if it has traction control or DSC.

BG2140E superseded to LU7Z2140A: MASTER CYLINDER ASSY (TRACTION CONTROL WITH DSC)

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BG2140F: MASTER CYLINDER ASSY (WITH ANTI-SPIN TRACTION SYSTEM).

For G6E 6FPAAAJGSWBP59809

BG2140E supersedes to LU7Z2140A as above.

So pending on what the GTP has in terms of traction control and DSC, will depend if they are interchangeable.

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I believe the quickest way to physically tell the difference between the 2 is the size of the nut and pipes coming from the M/C.

For a TC only M/C the front circuit nut is a M10 thread and the pipe is about 1/2 to 2/3 the size of the rear circuit. I've never measured it, but the size difference is noticeable.

For a DSC M/C both nuts are a M12 thread and the pipes are the same size.
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yeah, its a bit strange, i pulled up my carpet that had fpv mats and there is nothing under there.
Just the retainers on top with broken off threads.

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am sure they were standard production on FPV lines at least.

Have you checked the workshop manual along with the FPV supplement?

You might have to compare to another car or ask someone who has had it apart.
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thanks for that information mate,
when i turn traction control off it says DSC off on the cluster,
now I've measured what i can and it seems both hoses are 12mm threads that take a 13mm spanner, so the local ford selling me a BG2140F is the wrong part to have spare.


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For GTP 6FPAAAJGSW9C69424, catalogue advises it could be one of the below as it does not know if it has traction control or DSC.

BG2140E superseded to LU7Z2140A: MASTER CYLINDER ASSY (TRACTION CONTROL WITH DSC)

or

BG2140F: MASTER CYLINDER ASSY (WITH ANTI-SPIN TRACTION SYSTEM).

For G6E 6FPAAAJGSWBP59809

BG2140E supersedes to LU7Z2140A as above.

So pending on what the GTP has in terms of traction control and DSC, will depend if they are interchangeable.

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Old 22-08-2023, 09:23 AM   #1569
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Hi GT
Could you please provide me with the, correct?
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Old 22-08-2023, 11:24 AM   #1570
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Hi mate,

Do you mean part number?

So the coil on plug originally had part number BG12A366A, how ever this has now superseded to part number 8R2Z12A366BA.

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Old 23-08-2023, 10:41 PM   #1572
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Would anyone happen to know where I could obtain a suitable new purge solenoid for an AU6? Genuine or not doesn't matter. Every place i've either rang or website i've looked in doesn't seem to stock them anymore.

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Old 29-08-2023, 09:58 AM   #1573
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Hello mate,

I see youíve got up for a tenner:
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I see youíve got up for a tenner:


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Yeh can drop by tomorrow morning, PM me your address again as I had to clear my messages as I had too many and if you want to leave cash somewhere, advise where.

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Bleeder hose just found on my doorstep - thanks again.
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Hi GT,

Can you advise the difference between the 2 listings here
Both say to suit SZ Territory
https://www.fordforums.com.au/showpo...49&postcount=6

Could you also let me know genuine part no's for front and rear discs for 2012 sz rwd diesel territory.

Just so I know what's being sold as genuine, is actually genuine.

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Can you advise the difference between the 2 listings here
Both say to suit SZ Territory
https://www.fordforums.com.au/showpo...49&postcount=6

Could you also let me know genuine part no's for front and rear discs for 2012 sz rwd diesel territory.

Just so I know what's being sold as genuine, is actually genuine.

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Hi Rob,

So the listing that shows part number 3R7Z2C026A and $90 is a second tier genuine rotor like Motorcraft or the alike made for Ford, an alternate to the OEM style rotor still sort of considered genuine aftermarket.

The second listing part number SX2C026A and $150 is the OEM genuine part. If I am correct the genuine ones were made by Ford at the Geeloing casting plant and what is fitted on the vehicles at the factory.

Just so you know the rear rotors on a SZ territory are the same as High Series Brake Falcons.

Part numbers below and prices I can get if you need help (plus postage).

Front:

OEM BAF1125A $220 each

Motorcraft or the alike alternate: 5R2Z1125A $85 each
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OEM: SX2C026A $150 each

Motorcarft or the alike genuine alternate: 3R7Z2C026A $80 each.

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Thanks for the quick response.

Are motorcraft branded parts made by a local supplier?

Jefferson Ford pricing on the fronts is a little sharper than yours, however they won't combine orders to save postage so I'll be up for 2 x postage.

Can you give me a price on 2 front and 2 rear motorcraft rotors posted to Woodcroft sa 5162 please. PM if you prefer.

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Thanks for the quick response.

Are motorcraft branded parts made by a local supplier?

Jefferson Ford pricing on the fronts is a little sharper than yours, however they won't combine orders to save postage so I'll be up for 2 x postage.

Can you give me a price on 2 front and 2 rear motorcraft rotors posted to Woodcroft sa 5162 please. PM if you prefer.

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Hey mate,

So bit hard to combine, reason being is the weight. Each rotor is approx 10kg and max Aus Post take is 22Kgs so you can only send two rotors at a time.

Aust Post quoted $55 each pair (20kgs) so would come to $110 for all 4.

I also checked with courier and they wanted $158 to send but you would need to pick up from depot in Lonsdale.

Maybe Jefferesons is still your best option, but happy to help if need be.

I would be checking that postage from them as it seems to cheap for the weight.

No the Motorcraft rotors are not made local, they are made in China, such the price difference.

Choice is yours..

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Thanks. I'll keep researching my options. I have a thread in the territory section (SZ) on rotors.

I wasn't aware oem and motorcraft were different. Obviously they can still be sold as genuine parts. Does this mean they meet fords criteria and should still be fine?

I've bought motorcraft products for most maintenance items believing I was replacing with what the car came with from factory.

I think it's still superior to non genuine.
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I wasn't aware oem and motorcraft were different. Obviously they can still be sold as genuine parts. Does this mean they meet fords criteria and should still be fine?

I've bought motorcraft products for most maintenance items believing I was replacing with what the car came with from factory.

I think it's still superior to non genuine.
Ford as many OEM parts have a stricter quality standard basically for the production line, Ford service parts quality is just that little bit less and offer a good quality cheaper alternative.

For me personally I always prefer the original OEM genuine, followed by Motorcraft followed by general aftermarket. In some instances, there is no OEM choice and Motorcraft is the only option. When they run out, you have to go with quality aftermarket.

Let me know if you need assistance.

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I reckon my dealer tries to sell motorcraft stuff at oem pricing. Luckily they also price match and bayford and Jefferson sell heavily online so there's generally always a cheaper price I can show them.

I might try them for the rotors.

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Hi GT.


Is the a complete suspension bushing kit available for the front, and for the rear of a 2012 AWD Diesel Territory?


I've looked on Ebay and only found 'performance' sets.



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Hi GT.
Do you know where I can get a LH front pull handle for a BA Falcon (2004)? Have replaced the drivers one with an aftermarket but cannot find a passenger front one. Tried wreckers and have had no luck.
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Is the a complete suspension bushing kit available for the front, and for the rear of a 2012 AWD Diesel Territory?


I've looked on Ebay and only found 'performance' sets.



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Ford have never made a suspension kit for Territory (be it front or rear). You need to buy them individually. If you want to make a list, I can advise how much each of them are.

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Hi mate,

Ford never made the door trim pull handles separate, they were part of the door trim.

Long gone from Ford unfortunately.

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Ford have never made a suspension kit for Territory (be it front or rear). You need to buy them individually. If you want to make a list, I can advise how much each of them are.

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That would be great. Many thanks.


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I wonder if this BG2140F non DSC master cylaner is the same as what the BF cars had,

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For a TC only M/C the front circuit nut is a M10 thread and the pipe is about 1/2 to 2/3 the size of the rear circuit. I've never measured it, but the size difference is noticeable.

For a DSC M/C both nuts are a M12 thread and the pipes are the same size.
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I wonder if this BG2140F non DSC master cylaner is the same as what the BF cars had,
If you have a look on the Protex catalogue it's lists that the BA, BF and very early FG shared the same physical M/C..But for use in the FG you need to swap over the warning switch..

Seems B-series has a 2 pin switch and FG use a 3 pin.
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