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can anyone else confirm that indeed 294200-0360 and 294009-0260 is indeed a different part?
i dont want to buy one and then realize that i bought the exactly same thing with different code.:loser
from what i see in noumerous ebay sellers they give oem number that its the same and i have seen many.
i emailed pfjones 6months ago before buying the scv as i read good things about him in the forum and he wasn't kind enough to answer me .
maybe he didn't have the time to answer to a potential client outside uk:crying:
 

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The fuel pump on mine was marked 294000-0534 and the SCV PF Jones sent had a product code of 294009-0260 on the invoice.

That said the old and new SCVs both have "0360" marked on the casing just below the connector. I've no idea whether what's marked on there has any bearing on the product code...
 

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and to conclude with the scv for the next member that has to buy one all these codes are the same thing

294200-0360, 294009-0260, A6860EC09A, A6860-EC09A, A6860-VM09A, 1460A037, A6860VM09A, 294009-02514, SM294009-02514M, 1460A037T, 294009-0160, 9665523380, 1920QK, 1514885, 6C1Q9358AB
and many more

these vehicles are fitted the same with the navara

Ford Transit CRD (with short SCV)
Mitsubishi Triton / Pajero (2006 - 2014) CRD 2.5L / 3.2L
Holden Rodeo 3.0L CRD
Nissan Navara / Pathfinder D40 2.5L (with short SCV)
Isuzu DMAX 3.0L
Mazda (diesel) 2.0, 3.0, 3.2, 6.0, 6.2L (3, 6, CX7)
Fiat Ducato 2.2L (2006 on)
Citroen Jumper 2.2L (2006 on)
Land Rover Defender 2.4L

and many,many more since all are fitted the denso fuel rail system and pump

i still haven't figured out why nissan has 2 codes :nerd2:
 

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and to conclude with the scv for the next member that has to buy one all these codes are the same thing

294200-0360, 294009-0260, A6860EC09A, A6860-EC09A, A6860-VM09A, 1460A037, A6860VM09A, 294009-02514, SM294009-02514M, 1460A037T, 294009-0160, 9665523380, 1920QK, 1514885, 6C1Q9358AB
and many more

these vehicles are fitted the same with the navara

Ford Transit CRD (with short SCV)
Mitsubishi Triton / Pajero (2006 - 2014) CRD 2.5L / 3.2L
Holden Rodeo 3.0L CRD
Nissan Navara / Pathfinder D40 2.5L (with short SCV)
Isuzu DMAX 3.0L
Mazda (diesel) 2.0, 3.0, 3.2, 6.0, 6.2L (3, 6, CX7)
Fiat Ducato 2.2L (2006 on)
Citroen Jumper 2.2L (2006 on)
Land Rover Defender 2.4L

and many,many more since all are fitted the denso fuel rail system and pump

i still haven't figured out why nissan has 2 codes :nerd2:
All very interesting but.........

You have a problem that we have given you a reasonable fix for, especially as it worked for another member.

The valves 0360 and 0260 may look the same externally but, why would Denso make two separate SCVs with different part numbers unless there was some difference in them?

anyone has the code part of the other sensor on the fuel pump ?
fuel temp sensor i believe it is
Sorry but why? In all the information we have on this forum as far as I am aware, there has NEVER been mention of this part causing a problem.

I understand your frustration at not getting to the bottom of this issue and we all want to help but now it appears that you're grasping at straws.

As far as I see it you have the following possibilities left:

  1. Replace the SCV.
  2. Split the engine/gearbox to check the clutch and flywheel.
  3. Remove the oil pump to check the timing chain and balance gear.
The SCV is the easiest and potentially cheapest option. You can always sell the one that doesn't work for you.
You may end up paying out for labour and parts costing a hell of a lot.
Again quite an expensive operation for labour alone.
 

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All very interesting but.........

You have a problem that we have given you a reasonable fix for, especially as it worked for another member.

The valves 0360 and 0260 may look the same externally but, why would Denso make two separate SCVs with different part numbers unless there was some difference in them?



Sorry but why? In all the information we have on this forum as far as I am aware, there has NEVER been mention of this part causing a problem.

I understand your frustration at not getting to the bottom of this issue and we all want to help but now it appears that you're grasping at straws.

As far as I see it you have the following possibilities left:

  1. Replace the SCV.
  2. Split the engine/gearbox to check the clutch and flywheel.
  3. Remove the oil pump to check the timing chain and balance gear.
The SCV is the easiest and potentially cheapest option. You can always sell the one that doesn't work for you.
You may end up paying out for labour and parts costing a hell of a lot.
Again quite an expensive operation for labour alone.
what about the air that gets sucked in when taking the fuel cap off?
what do you think about that,
is it normal or maybe the breather in the fuel tank is closed?
where is the breather at ,
and how can i potentially fix-repair it?
 

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run the engine with no cap does it still run rough? if so not the issue, the caps are designed to vent before too much vacuum builds up but they had a phase in Aus where the vacuum was so strong they couldnt get fuel out of the Tank to the Engine.
 

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The valves 0360 and 0260 may look the same externally but, why would Denso make two separate SCVs with different part numbers unless there was some difference in them?



Sorry but why? In all the information we have on this forum as far as I am aware, there has NEVER been mention of this part causing a problem.
not trying to be the smart guy here (although greeks invented western civilization:kiss_ass) just posting what pf jones replied to my email that indeed are the same.
maybe you are right and they aren't
just saying what he said for the other members that may potentially need one in the future.
as for the other sensor on the fuel pump maybe if it is measuring fuel temp ,maybe it is off because as in my previous posts i stated that it gets worse in cold weather.
on the other hand maybe i am grasping at straws but i am asking you to bear with me till i find the fault in my truck as i think that only here in this forum i will find the solution.
here in Larisa that i'm located there isn't someone that specializes in the d40 and i'm feeling like a ping pong ball between the stealerships , various repair shops, diesel spesialists and auto electricians- the first sends you to the third ,the third to the fourth, the fourth to the first and so on
i think you got my point
 

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I feel for you, so called specialists that are happy to take your money but walk away leaving you in the same position as before. :censored:

Good luck, and keep us posted with progress.
Sure thing when i'll find the fault-and i will definitely find it:fingersx- i will post it right away so the next member who deals with something like that will be helped.
Despite all the problems I STILL LOVE MY NAV!!!!:confetti
 

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Sure thing when i'll find the fault-and i will definitely find it:fingersx- i will post it right away so the next member who deals with something like that will be helped.
Despite all the problems I STILL LOVE MY NAV!!!!:confetti
A quick update
Since my last post i changed the maf sensor with a brand new one and the truck drove a lot better and fuel economy got really better dropping to 8.2lt/100km -best i ever seen on the nav!
Even that didn't fix my problems until i started reading about the neutral position sensor(nps).
So i took the risk ,bought one,replaced it AND NOW MY NAV RUNS LIKE A DREAM!!!!!:dance:
I would like to thank all the members in the forum that had the patience and took the time to help me.
 

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A quick update
Since my last post i changed the maf sensor with a brand new one and the truck drove a lot better and fuel economy got really better dropping to 8.2lt/100km -best i ever seen on the nav!
Even that didn't fix my problems until i started reading about the neutral position sensor(nps).
So i took the risk ,bought one,replaced it AND NOW MY NAV RUNS LIKE A DREAM!!!!!:dance:
I would like to thank all the members in the forum that had the patience and took the time to help me.
Did it fix the vibrations at idle?
 
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