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Re: Car Failed MOT and needs parts

For the sake of completeness for anyone reading this thread at some point in the future, ePER lists the two types of ABS sensors as follows:

EARLY TYPE (white, round plug)

NSF = 46520005

OSF = 46519886

NSR = 46838609

OSR = 46838610

LATER TYPE (black, obround plug)
NSF = 51705195

OSF = 51705196

NSR = 51705197

OSR = 51705198

I'm seeing a few links to Bosch part number 0 265 007 543 on google, for the Fiat P/N 51705197. Mister Auto is one of the hits. However, the MA compatibility list once on their site is showing the old number 46838609. The picture is of the newer type. That Bosch part number brings up lots of hits on google though. Autodoc also list that part number (and in stock), for only 17.....

It looks as though the corresponding Bosch part number for the older plug type is 0 265 007 563. That is much harder to find on google. Not good news for owners of older Multiplas. I think I may still have the old (but new, if that makes sense) ones I bought some years ago, if anybody needs one. All I need to do is figure out where the hell it is!


Photo is of the plug on my car. ePER told me I had the old (white, round) type when I checked using my VIN, so I had pre-bought the old type. Mmmm. That is why I advise checking your car before making a purchase, to avoid disappointment...

Personally, I wouldn't buy secondhand ones. They are a b1tch to get out of the arms and can get easily damaged when doing so.
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Quote Originally Posted by widemouthfrog View Post
For the sake of completeness for anyone reading this thread at some point in the future, ePER lists the two types of ABS sensors as follows:

EARLY TYPE (white, round plug)

NSF = 46520005

OSF = 46519886

NSR = 46838609

OSR = 46838610

LATER TYPE (black, obround plug)
NSF = 51705195

OSF = 51705196

NSR = 51705197

OSR = 51705198

I'm seeing a few links to Bosch part number 0 265 007 543 on google, for the Fiat P/N 51705197. Mister Auto is one of the hits. However, the MA compatibility list once on their site is showing the old number 46838609. The picture is of the newer type. That Bosch part number brings up lots of hits on google though. Autodoc also list that part number (and in stock), for only 17.....

It looks as though the corresponding Bosch part number for the older plug type is 0 265 007 563. That is much harder to find on google. Not good news for owners of older Multiplas. I think I may still have the old (but new, if that makes sense) ones I bought some years ago, if anybody needs one. All I need to do is figure out where the hell it is!


Photo is of the plug on my car. ePER told me I had the old (white, round) type when I checked using my VIN, so I had pre-bought the old type. Mmmm. That is why I advise checking your car before making a purchase, to avoid disappointment...

Personally, I wouldn't buy secondhand ones. They are a b1tch to get out of the arms and can get easily damaged when doing so.
As always, thanks for all your help widemouth. - Will know in due course on the part.
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Re: Car Failed MOT and needs parts

Quote Originally Posted by widemouthfrog View Post
For the sake of completeness for anyone reading this thread at some point in the future, ePER lists the two types of ABS sensors as follows:

EARLY TYPE (white, round plug)

NSF = 46520005

OSF = 46519886

NSR = 46838609

OSR = 46838610

LATER TYPE (black, obround plug)
NSF = 51705195

OSF = 51705196

NSR = 51705197

OSR = 51705198

I'm seeing a few links to Bosch part number 0 265 007 543 on google, for the Fiat P/N 51705197. Mister Auto is one of the hits. However, the MA compatibility list once on their site is showing the old number 46838609. The picture is of the newer type. That Bosch part number brings up lots of hits on google though. Autodoc also list that part number (and in stock), for only 17.....

It looks as though the corresponding Bosch part number for the older plug type is 0 265 007 563. That is much harder to find on google. Not good news for owners of older Multiplas. I think I may still have the old (but new, if that makes sense) ones I bought some years ago, if anybody needs one. All I need to do is figure out where the hell it is!


Photo is of the plug on my car. ePER told me I had the old (white, round) type when I checked using my VIN, so I had pre-bought the old type. Mmmm. That is why I advise checking your car before making a purchase, to avoid disappointment...

Personally, I wouldn't buy secondhand ones. They are a b1tch to get out of the arms and can get easily damaged when doing so.

Finally can report back Widemouth. - Mine has the later black ones for the rear left and right.

Now the important question for you?

I need these next week, where is the cheapest place to get them please?
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Thanks for the links Widemouth. First two links don't work.

The third I have just messaged the seller as not very clear which side at the rear it is.

Just to confirm though that these also fit a Alfa also based on description.
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Not quite sure why those links don't work. They work fine here, but there's an emoji(!) in the first one, which is a first for me.

First one is ebay item no. 401724264055. Brand is listed as Meat & Doria (not Bosch), who are an ok Italian brand. CarParts4Less is ECP in a different (slightly cheaper) wrapper. Even the contact address at the bottom of the listing is ECP.

Second one is ebay item no. 323328674037. I've not heard of the seller before. The brand is listed as "GH", not Bosch.

I noticed the cross-compatibility links to Alfa. If that's correct, it may be that searching ebay using the Alfa model as a search term may turn up cheaper/better alternatives. Even using the Bosch part number instead of the Fiat one returns a very different set of results on google. As I said before, tread carefully. I can't guarantee that any of these links will bring the correct parts to your door, as I haven't had cause to order them myself.

An alternative would be to give Shop4Parts a call, but you'll pay for the privilege if they can supply. You will get the genuine Fiat part (which is probably Bosch), at a slightly discounted price compared to a Fiat dealer. If you're a donated member on this forum, they may be able to offer you a further 10% discount using the discount code, as long as it's a part they carry as a stock item. They don't give that discount on parts that they have to order from Fiat.


I think the only way you're going to get hold of the Bosch parts (without going to Fiat) is to go to Mister Auto or Autodoc and be prepared for the longer delivery time. As I mentioned before, Autodoc is the place to go if you want the full range of manufacturer choice. It'll be interesting to see what happens with those two once Brexit happens, as car parts are one of the "high ticket" items on the tariffs list.

EDIT: Also have a look at ebay item no. 173328668414 . Again, not Bosch (but Cambiare) however the seller - RT Group - are ok to deal with and I think they are Bosch agents. I've bought Bosch stuff from them in the past. For some reason their listing doesn't give details of any Fiat part number equivalent, but it does list all the Multiplas.


Good luck!
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Not quite sure why those links don't work. They work fine here, but there's an emoji(!) in the first one, which is a first for me.

First one is ebay item no. 401724264055. Brand is listed as Meat & Doria (not Bosch), who are an ok Italian brand. CarParts4Less is ECP in a different (slightly cheaper) wrapper. Even the contact address at the bottom of the listing is ECP.

Second one is ebay item no. 323328674037. I've not heard of the seller before. The brand is listed as "GH", not Bosch.

I noticed the cross-compatibility links to Alfa. If that's correct, it may be that searching ebay using the Alfa model as a search term may turn up cheaper/better alternatives. Even using the Bosch part number instead of the Fiat one returns a very different set of results on google. As I said before, tread carefully. I can't guarantee that any of these links will bring the correct parts to your door, as I haven't had cause to order them myself.

An alternative would be to give Shop4Parts a call, but you'll pay for the privilege if they can supply. You will get the genuine Fiat part (which is probably Bosch), at a slightly discounted price compared to a Fiat dealer. If you're a donated member on this forum, they may be able to offer you a further 10% discount using the discount code, as long as it's a part they carry as a stock item. They don't give that discount on parts that they have to order from Fiat.


I think the only way you're going to get hold of the Bosch parts (without going to Fiat) is to go to Mister Auto or Autodoc and be prepared for the longer delivery time. As I mentioned before, Autodoc is the place to go if you want the full range of manufacturer choice. It'll be interesting to see what happens with those two once Brexit happens, as car parts are one of the "high ticket" items on the tariffs list.

EDIT: Also have a look at ebay item no. 173328668414 . Again, not Bosch (but Cambiare) however the seller - RT Group - are ok to deal with and I think they are Bosch agents. I've bought Bosch stuff from them in the past. For some reason their listing doesn't give details of any Fiat part number equivalent, but it does list all the Multiplas.


Good luck!
Thanks for the item number. Purchased both sides so wait for this to arrive now. Slowly getting there!!

Now got to source a mid and rear silencer exhaust.
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Not quite sure why those links don't work. They work fine here, but there's an emoji(!) in the first one, which is a first for me.

First one is ebay item no. 401724264055. Brand is listed as Meat & Doria (not Bosch), who are an ok Italian brand. CarParts4Less is ECP in a different (slightly cheaper) wrapper. Even the contact address at the bottom of the listing is ECP.

Second one is ebay item no. 323328674037. I've not heard of the seller before. The brand is listed as "GH", not Bosch.

I noticed the cross-compatibility links to Alfa. If that's correct, it may be that searching ebay using the Alfa model as a search term may turn up cheaper/better alternatives. Even using the Bosch part number instead of the Fiat one returns a very different set of results on google. As I said before, tread carefully. I can't guarantee that any of these links will bring the correct parts to your door, as I haven't had cause to order them myself.

An alternative would be to give Shop4Parts a call, but you'll pay for the privilege if they can supply. You will get the genuine Fiat part (which is probably Bosch), at a slightly discounted price compared to a Fiat dealer. If you're a donated member on this forum, they may be able to offer you a further 10% discount using the discount code, as long as it's a part they carry as a stock item. They don't give that discount on parts that they have to order from Fiat.


I think the only way you're going to get hold of the Bosch parts (without going to Fiat) is to go to Mister Auto or Autodoc and be prepared for the longer delivery time. As I mentioned before, Autodoc is the place to go if you want the full range of manufacturer choice. It'll be interesting to see what happens with those two once Brexit happens, as car parts are one of the "high ticket" items on the tariffs list.

EDIT: Also have a look at ebay item no. 173328668414 . Again, not Bosch (but Cambiare) however the seller - RT Group - are ok to deal with and I think they are Bosch agents. I've bought Bosch stuff from them in the past. For some reason their listing doesn't give details of any Fiat part number equivalent, but it does list all the Multiplas.


Good luck!
Sorry to pester you Widemouth but need your help.

I need a mid and rear silencer now for my car as when the dpf went wrong on regen it cooked these parts of exhaust!!

Fiat part number is 51770424.

Ive looked on eBay but have been told that they do not make aftermarket ones.

Cost from Fiat alone is 316.00!?!

Any help will this one?
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Drop that part no into eBay. You'll get lots of hits. Many of them are for the petrol Multipla? I'm not sure what the exhaust set up is like on Multiplas with a DPF or if it's common to the diesel and petrol for the mid and rear sections, but this one might be worth a closer look, although I can't see a maker's name anywhere:

https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/FIAT-MULTIP...anner=1&_rdt=1

EDIT: Scratch that. EBay is suggesting parts as compatible, that plainly aren't.

The only comment I'd make is that the original exhaust is of very good quality (we'll, it is on mine anyway) so it may be worth getting onto a local breaker or DAM Fiats to see if the have a s/h one in good nick
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Drop that part no into eBay. You'll get lots of hits. Many of them are for the petrol Multipla? I'm not sure what the exhaust set up is like on Multiplas with a DPF or if it's common to the diesel and petrol for the mid and rear sections, but this one might be worth a closer look, although I can't see a maker's name anywhere:

https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/FIAT-MULTIP...anner=1&_rdt=1

EDIT: Scratch that. EBay is suggesting parts as compatible, that plainly aren't.

The only comment I'd make is that the original exhaust is of very good quality (we'll, it is on mine anyway) so it may be worth getting onto a local breaker or DAM Fiats to see if the have a s/h one in good nick
Cheers Widemouth. Think my best bet is calling John at DAM motors. He did some work for me a few months back fitting new clutch and gearbox on my car. Hopefully he has something in good nick.

Needs to be original really as dpf gets mega hot so anything cheap will fail.
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Hi all,

couldn't source an mid and rear silencer for my fiat multipla so looking for one in good condition second hand.
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Well car has passed MOT now. Had major work done with welding on subframe, new springs and shocks. Welding around dpf sensor. Now up and running.

Mot tester looked at mid and rear silencer and said nothing wrong with it and will last 4-5 years.

Car has had massive overhaul this year with clutch and gearbox as well.

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