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    Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    THIS INFO COULD BE DIFFERENT from early to late cars of course.


    I will add them here and someday it can be a sticky.
    I want to include part number where we can or at least what car they came from so you can go to any parts store and ask for and get the parts that will fit.


    I found these to be true on my 1990 car:


    1988 Daytona spindles front and rear
    Brakes Front: 1988 Daytona 10 inch rotors.
    Brakes rear: 1988 Pontiac Fiero rears
    On these rears, I found on the calper's I bought, the metal sleeves where the bolts go through to hold the caliper to the knuckle were too small of diameter and I had to swap them. But is this the fault of the rebuilder or part of the conversion to get them to work on the FWD mopar knuckles?


    Brake line part numbers are
    RAYBESTOS Part # BH38045 front and rear right
    RAYBESTOS Part # BH38046 front and rear left
    These lines are late 80s K-car, Daytona, Shadow parts with the center bracket removed.

    Power Brake Booster part #54-74100 ( this number good at most parts stores)

    Tail lights 79-86 El Camino or Malibu wagon
    Fuel Pump...#E2315 AirTech or NAPA P74015
    Fuel filter is the same as the 1988 Daytona...WIX #33321...NAPA #3321...Purolator #F54617
    in line fuel filter before the pump used NAPA Gold gas filter #3248 or CarQuest #CFI 86299

    VDO Fuel Sender Unit = #226001

    Headlights:
    H4703 low beam
    H4701 high beam
    Dash lights are
    11009

    Steering column being from the Chrysler Daytona -Chrysler part #4326815
    Outside door handles from Caravan/Daytona


    For the knowledge base:
    The Clutch Slave Cylinder is out of an '81 Datsun 310.........(frankencar!!!)
    Gurling
    5/8 bore #3502-.62
    .70 bore #3502-.70
    3/4 bore #3502-.75
    (from Pegasus auto racing)

    I bought mine and it was in a Dorman "First Stop" box, part number CS37494
    -----------------------------
    Windshield "WAS" made by Viracom and the code is C-368. So if the c stand for what I think it stands for we are in trouble!

    http://www.viracon.com/
    ============================
    Stock looking replacement mirrors are here...
    http://www.talbotco.com/talbot_mirror.htm
    Look at the "Baby Tornado" Flat Vitaloni, but these are just a little smaller and not electric.
    Left #V5567
    Right #V5521
    Call and ask them, they dont show it but they do have replacement electric ones also.
    ============================

    FRONT Shocks....
    Fronts made by Carrera, part number 3254 (#225 3254)
    this line is now owned by QA1
    the front has a treaded aluminum sleeve over the shock to make it a coilover.
    additional option…
    -----------
    ARS 3366 NEW BILSTEIN SHOCK

    ARS 1951 COILOVER KIT

    ARS 10-700 FRONT SPRINGS

    ARS 1951R SPRING ADJ.
    NOTE: I was given these numbers (above) BUT Bilstein says they are not their numbers
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    The rear shocks (my car): #180 90
    Number on the shock is.... KL-A2-L2 2480204H OOO

    The numbers on another 1991 car are: #180 180
    KL-A1-L3 2490 201 H 000
    These are Bilstein coil over shocks.
    NEW Bilstein rear shocks are #F4-B46-0204-H0
    ===========================
    The door seals from a 1996-99 (maybe others) sliding side door
    will fit the Consulier doors.
    =======================================
    Clutch master cylinder. The unit is a Girling .75" bore remote master cyl.
    They do make replacements and rebuild kits if yours isn't too bad.
    $125
    https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...p?Product=3502
    $70
    They do make a slightly smaller ( .70" bore ) replacement unit for just over half the cost of the original Girling unit:
    https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...oduct=3519-101
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    In the door, the gear at the end of the motor that rolls the window up and down,
    there are three small roller bushings made of some kind of plastic.
    These go bad and then the window wont go back up. It just jumps...thump, thump thump!
    These three bushing rollers are in the HELP! section of many parts stores....#74410.
    If you want the gear and roller bushings....Dormin #747-411 or Cardone #82-94
    If you need the wind motors…..
    OEM part # 4336601 -- Drivers side -- DORMAN Part # 742305
    OEM part # 4336600 -- Passenger side -- DORMAN Part # 742304
    ====================
    Rack & Pinion rack #4333466 and now #4443425
    Not sure how they did this as the FWD cars were power steering and the GTP is not.
    This is from a 1988 Shelby Daytona
    ====================
    Ball Joints
    Moog #7147…forward and outer
    Moog #7147…lower
    OR Raybestos Chassis #505-1101

    These are the press in style and are the same as a 1989 Caravan, etc)

    NAPA 2601087 (260-1087)…upper
    OR Raybestos Chassis #500-1014
    Same as a AMC Javelin 1970-74

    Rear of car inner tie rods....ES2133L
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    VDO
    VD120107 speedo
    VD340011 speedo sensor
    ---------------------
    The 120 mph speedo has superseded to #437-052
    The 140 mph speedo has superseded to #437-053
    The sender is the same for both…about $126 (didn't write down the part number)
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    VD150061 turbo-boost gauge
    VD226001 adj fuel sender
    VD301015 fuel gauge
    VD310012 temp gauge
    VD310015 temp gauge trans
    VD310039 temp gauge water
    VD323050 temp sender trans
    VD323057 oil temp sender
    VD323095 water temp sender
    VD331020 engine hour meter
    VD332041 volt meter
    VD333055 tachometer
    VD360009 oil pressure sender and/or NAPA #701-1824
    VD37021 clock
    VD600-802 bulb
    VD600-813 bulb sockets
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    90 degree 5/8" heater hose, molded (NAPA) #9809
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Thanks for the numbers Johnny, need to order one of those slave cylinders

    -Brian Slowe
    87 Shadow "BSX"
    8.58 @ 162

    86 GLHT
    10.62 @ 130

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    For the knowledge base:
    The Clutch Slave Cylinder is out of an '81 Datsun 310.........(frankencar!!!)
    Confirmed! Just ordered one and getting ready to install it...

    -Brian Slowe
    87 Shadow "BSX"
    8.58 @ 162

    86 GLHT
    10.62 @ 130

    05 SRT4
    12.1 @ ???.??

    06 Ram 3500

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    VDO Fuel Sender Unit = 226001
    This looks to be right, and $40 to $50 is all.


    - - - Updated - - -

    I found one on ebay for $35 and that's with free shipping.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Yes Johnny, that's the correct part number for the fuel sender. I was just hoping on to post that up (i got a spare on from mosler).

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Got it today! Will see about installing it tomorrow.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Shocks on the Consulier. Mine are tagged "Hyper-Charged" and have part number 3254 and P9045 stamped in them (fronts). Dont know the rear part number yet.
    I found a place in Portland Oregon that rebuilds shocks, called him and said he has never heard of these.
    Are your's the same on your GTP?
    Have you looked into replacing or rebuilding yours?

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    Just found out they were made by Carrera and then that line was sold to QA1 and those are still for sale.
    Speedway Motors has the front shock listed as #225 3254 for the front.
    Fronts are a shock with an aluminum sleeve to make it a coilover.

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    Found the numbers on the rear shocks.
    KL-A2-L2 2480204H 000

    Have not found someone that knows this one.
    It is a steel threaded housing.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Found another number on the rear shocks.
    180 90
    says Bilstein on them
    They are 16-1/2" extended
    11-1/4 inch compressed
    spring is 10" long
    and 2-1/2 OD
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Talked to Bilstein this morning. These are rebuildable!!!! For about $125 each.
    ALSO he is looking to find a part number he can give us that would be a good or
    better replacement coilover shock in case we want new.

    If you want to have yours rebuilt, here is a contact at Bilstein....
    Juan Averez..PH 858-386-5926

    I have not called yet, for some reason my phone lines are dead.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    New discovery.
    I had pulled the door seal from a 1996 Caravan sliding side door, thought I might use part of it for my targa convertible top. My cars door seals were taken off years ago (they were about to paint it)..
    I tried this seal on my doors and they work perfect. Was 4 inches short for doing both doors. I got another seal today from a 1999 and it was the same.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    New discovery.
    I had pulled the door seal from a 1996 Caravan sliding side door, thought I might use part of it for my targa convertible top. My cars door seals were taken off years ago (they were about to paint it)..
    I tried this seal on my doors and they work perfect. Was 4 inches short for doing both doors. I got another seal today from a 1999 and it was the same.
    That's good to know, I wish there was a better way to seal the windows to the door. I know it's not a problem you have Johnny

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Aaron called me yesterday saying his clutch master cyl was leaking inside the car. After some research on his part, it turns out the cyl bore is corroded beyond rebuilding. The unit is a Girling .75" bore remote master cyl.
    They do make replacements and rebuild kits if yours isn't as bad as his was.
    $125
    https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...p?Product=3502
    $70
    They do make a slightly smaller ( .70" bore ) replacement unit for just over half the cost of the original Girling unit:
    https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...oduct=3519-101

    I've got the part number for the power window motors, but I've got it on my home PC, so I'll have to post when I get home. It appears to be a stock unit from 80-92 Chrysler, but be careful when looking it up, the motor heads are different depending on what car it came from.
    My drivers window gear is stripped due to the felt in the window channel bunching up at the bottom and the someone running the window down repeatedly against the blockage...
    The regulator seems to be some stock unit as well ( there are teeth that are welded to stop the motor from rolling up too far ), but not sure from what just yet.

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Thank you! I added it to the parts list above.

    On the widows. I always thought the 80's mopar's electric widows used that track style. The Consulier uses a motor that drives a gear.
    I am also interested in this, as my passenger side skips going up. Acting like it might go out soon.
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    From the pictures on Rockauto, it looks like one of the motors for an 85 labaron ( fronts, not rear ), but I'll have to finish taking it apart to make sure it's the correct one.
    The motor is bolted to the regulator and the regulator is bolted to the inside of the door hinge, but the regulator has to be unbolted from the hinge to get to one of the bolts that holds the motor.

    Dorman 742305 Front left and 742304 front right....NOT to be confused for 742348 and 742347 which have some sort of odd head on the motor.

    It also looks like the motor has some sort of clutch inside the gear that would cause the clunk,clunk behavior.

    The gear is also available:
    Dorman 747411
    Cardone select 8492
    A-1 Cardone 4294

    Part number on the driver window motor is 4336601
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    I added a bunch of part numbers above.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Found out today on my rear shock rebuild. I asked if I wanted new ones, what the price is and part number.
    #F4-B46-0204-H0
    $243 each
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Quote Originally Posted by player1up View Post

    I've got the part number for the power window motors, but I've got it on my home PC, so I'll have to post when I get home. It appears to be a stock unit from 80-92 Chrysler, but be careful when looking it up, the motor heads are different depending on what car it came from.
    My drivers window gear is stripped due to the felt in the window channel bunching up at the bottom and the someone running the window down repeatedly against the blockage...
    The regulator seems to be some stock unit as well ( there are teeth that are welded to stop the motor from rolling up too far ), but not sure from what just yet.
    Did you post the motor part numbers yet? Wasn't sure if I just missed it. My passenger side is bad and need to replace.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris W View Post
    Did you post the motor part numbers yet? Wasn't sure if I just missed it. My passenger side is bad and need to replace.

    Thanks in advance!

    Chris-TU
    Chris, I posted them in a dedicated thread.
    http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/sh...w-refresh-info
    Mine still had the part number stickers on them.

    Including them here:
    OEM part # 4336601 -- Drivers side -- DORMAN Part # 742305
    OEM part # 4336600 -- Passenger side -- DORMAN Part # 742304

    Thanks for the reminder

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    Found out today on my rear shock rebuild. I asked if I wanted new ones, what the price is and part number.
    #F4-B46-0204-H0
    $243 each
    Johnny, this part # is different that the part number above. Is this one correct?

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Both. The number above was on the shock. Old number I guess.
    When I asked them about rebuilding mine, I also asked about new ones and
    this number #F4-B46-0204-H0... is the number you would use to order new ones.
    But it would take longer to get the new ones, as they said it is a custom build-to-order.
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