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Discussion in '348/355' started by CRAIGF355, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. WATSON

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    Direct, plug-in replacement O2 sensors for 5.2 engines:

    Bosch 13819 - pre cat O2 sensor.
    Bosch 13820 - post cat O2 sensor
     
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  3. Markphd

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    Ferrari F355 5.2 fuel pump #140317
    Bosch 0 580 254 011. 128 L/Hr
     
  4. flat_plane_eddie

    flat_plane_eddie F1 Rookie
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    Does anyone know if the 355 brake pump kit can be found from a different car or directly from the manufacturer? The Ferrari part number is 70000772. Tried a search here but couldn't find anything...
     
  5. The Real Student

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    Hey guys.

    Any thoughts on how to get the Motronic ECU fixed? UK car and it's looking like it's obsolete !

    The car won't pass the local test on emissions; Lambda is too high, CO & HC are OK.

    Thanks!
     
  6. Robbe

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    LHS Temperature switch (not the bosch unit, but the one that actually is in the LHS radiator), Ferrari part nr 158655 is the same as a Fiat Ritmo 75 series 1, and Opel(Vauxhall) Calibra 2.0, and eeven a Holden of some sort for the aussies.
    Same temp range, 87-82. Any part store should be able to order this for you , prices around 15 - 20 usd.
     
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  8. V8ray

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    Is this the right one? https://www.ebay.com/itm/401287772632
     
  9. Robbe

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    Yes, that is the correct one. (at least mine was identical, and the cars I see that it is for, have the same low temp specs.)
     
  10. taz355

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  11. schnazzy

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    So I can't find that part number 134386 on eurospares nor ricambi. What I do find is the coil for a 2.7 or 5.2 are part number 138255 on sheet "Injection Device Ignition: 007" item "010". It is $224 on Ricambi and $155 on FerrParts. Is this part the same as Bosch 00136 and Bosch 0221503407 and WPS POWER SELECT CUF306?
     
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  13. m.stojanovic

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    134386 is an Alfa Romeo part number. Bosch 0 221 503 407 is correct for Ferrari 348/355. This coil is used in many other cars (including Malaysian Proton) and is widely available at about 40-50 USD (see for example https://www.amazon.com/Bosch-0221503407-Ignition-Coil/dp/B006K8XVMK). There are also at least ten other manufacturers of coils equivalent to this Bosch number.
     
  14. Markphd

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    I have a set of used OEM coils that I would part with for 50% of what FerrParts want and I also have a set of aftermarket coils for $30 for the pair if you are interested. (97 5.2 car)

    PM me if you are interested in either.

    Mark
     
  15. m.stojanovic

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  16. taz355

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  17. FCOnyx

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    I haven't found a cheap alternative, but thought it should be clarified as many listings of the 2.7 & 5.2 TPS in this thread don't include the version for the 5.2 F1.

    The Bosch part # for this TPS that has 2 contacts is 0 280 122 005

    Only one is used in the car, right hand bank.
     
  18. redwedge

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  19. Shiva_Austria

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    Does anyone know a alternative to the factory
    gas rope
    for a 95 355 GTB manual ???
     
  20. krazykarguy

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    Looking for an alternative part # to the speedo sensor (located on the transaxle under the LH CV boot...
     
  21. taz355

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    Just a reminder that this thread is for solutions once they are found.
     
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  22. johnk...

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    F355 2.7 MAF, Ferrari part: 154916, Bosch Part number (stamped on part): 0 280 213 012, Exchange number: 0 986 280 110.

    Also Saab part, see below.

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  23. The Outcast

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    AIR CONDITIONING COMPRESSOR; DIRECT REPLACEMENT: Polar Bear Inc., in Florida, sells a direct replacement for the NLA F355 Sanden AC Compressor.

    Website: polarbearinc.com; Phone Number: 800-365-3516 Part Number: SO 7480F; replaces Ferrari part number 157355; Cost: $289.00

    Comes with clutch and 5-groove pulley; just bolt it and belt it.

    Hope this helps!
     
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  24. drbob101

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    Super. Thanks!
     
  25. johnk...

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    Correct fitting CV joint boot:

    After searching I have found a boot that does fit and has the required "lip". It is Porsche part 92833229302 available from FCPEuro for $53.97,

    https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/porsche-cv-joint-boot-rear-left-inner-911-boxster-por-92833229302

    FCPEuro also sells an after marker version GKN Loebro 92833229302 for $3.49. which is guaranteed for life!

    https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/porsche-cv-boot-rear-92833229302-92833229303

    Also see thread https://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/posts/146562621/
     
  26. 05elise

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    If you are in need of side marker lights (rectangular USA fitted to the bumper style) they are the same as the classic '80 - '85 Fiat 124 and Pininfarina Spider and can be purchased inexpensively through classic Fiat parts vendors. The side marker lights from earlier Fiats are similar but made by Carello and not Seima so those are not an exact match.

    The side markers on the 355 have a black plastic base where the the bulb socket attaches and most of the newer Fiat side markers are the the same but some of them are entirely yellow or red. They all have the same markings and take the same bulb holders so there is no difference in the fit and only a slight difference in the color especially around the edges of the lens. The photos show two 355 equivalent rear Fiat 124 Spider side marker lights with the different color bases.
     

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  27. Badabing!

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    In my googling it seems that this is also Bosch # 69535. Rockauto shows this interchange
     
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