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Clio codes and details.

Discussion in 'Clio Discussion' started by edde, Jun 23, 2007.

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  1. edde

    edde

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    This isn't 100% up to date but its handy anyway.



    If you use the dialoges etc you might find the details below handy also for ordering parts etc

    Its not in a grid format at the forum doesn't like them

    The details are in the order

    Engine CC (in 100's of cc)

    List of codes (since the first letter says how many doors C being 3 and B being 5 the codes can be shortened from saying "BB0F, CB0F2" to just "B/CB0F"

    Production run start date (end sometimes)

    Engine power in KW

    Engine CC (the correct number)

    Engine block code (if theres two codes listed thats because both engine codes were used).

    Amount of valves




    So the first one on the list means

    Engine CC (in 100's of cc) 1.2 liter
    List of codes BB0F, CB0F, BB0A, CB0A, BB10, CB10, BB1K, CB1K, BB2D, CB2D, BB2H and CB2H
    Production run start date (end sometimes) started production 09/98
    Engine power in KW 43KW (58hp)
    Engine CC (the correct number) 1149
    Engine block code D7F 710 (if theres two codes listed thats because both engine codes were used).
    Amount of valves 8 valve




    RENAULT CLIO II

    1.2 (B/CB0F, B/CB0A, B/CB10, B/CB1K, B/CB2D, B/CB2H) 09/98 43 1149 D7F 710 8V
    1.2 (B/CB0F, B/CB0A, B/CB10, B/CB1K, B/CB2D, B/CB2H) 09/98 43 1149 D7F 720 8V
    1.2 (B/CB0F, B/CB0A, B/CB10, B/CB1K, B/CB2D, B/CB2H) 09/98 43 1149 D7F 726 8V
    1.2 16V (B/CB05) 06/01 55 1149 D4F 712 16V
    1.2 16V (B/CB05) 06/01 55 1149 D4F 714 16V

    1.4 (B/CB0C) 09/98 55 1390 E7J 780 8V
    1.4 16V (B/CB0L) 10/99 08/00 70 1390 K4J 712 16V
    1.4 16V (B/CB0L) 10/99 08/00 70 1390 K4J 713 16V
    1.4 16V (B/CB0P) 08/00 72 1390 K4J 700 16V
    1.4 16V (B/CB0P) 08/00 72 1390 K4J 712 16V
    1.4 16V (B/CB0P) 08/00 72 1390 K4J 713 16V

    1.6 (B/CB0D) 09/98 66 1598 K7M 744 8V
    1.6 (B/CB0D) 09/98 66 1598 K7M 745 8V
    1.6 16V (CB0T, CB0H) 09/98 79 1598 K4M 708 16V
    1.6 16V (CB0T, CB0H) 09/98 79 1598 K4M 748 16V

    2.0 16V Sport (CB0M) 02/00 124 1998 F4R 730 16V
    2.0 16V Sport (CB1N) Cup/ph 2 172 124 1998 F4R 732 16V
    2.0 16V Sport (CB1N) Cup/ph 2 172 124 1998 F4R 736 16V
    2.0 16V Sport (CB22) 182 F4R 16V

    3.0 V6 Sport (CB1A) 11/00 12/02 166 2946 L7X 760 24V
    3.0 V6 Sport (CB1H, CB2S) 12/02 187 2946 L7X 762 24V


    1.5 dCi 01/04 74 1461 K9K 712 8V
    1.5 dCi (B/CB07) 06/01 48 1461 K9K 700 8V
    1.5 dCi (B/CB07) 06/01 48 1461 K9K 704 8V
    1.5 dCi (B/CB08) 06/01 60 1461 K9K 702 8V


    1.9 D (B/CB0E) 09/98 47 1870 F8Q 630 8V
    1.9 dTi (B/CB0U) 02/00 59 1870 F9Q 780 8V





    RENAULT CLIO I

    1.1 01/91 09/98 34 1108 8V

    1.2 (B/C/S577) 01/96 12/96 40 1239 C3G 720 8V
    1.2 (5/357Y, 5/357K) 01/96 09/98 43 1149 D7F 730 8v
    1.2 (B/C/S57A, B/C57S, 5/357F, 5/357J, 5/357L, 5/357R) 05/90 09/98 43 1171 E7F 750 8v
    1.2 (B/C/S57A, B/C57S, 5/357F, 5/357J, 5/357L, 5/357R) 05/90 09/98 43 1171 E7F 700 8v
    1.2 (B/C/S57A, B/C57S, 5/357F, 5/357J, 5/357L, 5/357R) 05/90 09/98 43 1171 E7F 708 8v
    1.2 (B/C57R) 01/91 01/96 40 1171 E7F 706 8v
    1.2 (5/357Y, 5/357K) 01/96 09/98 40 1149 D7F 730 8v

    1.4 (B/C57T, B/C57Y) 01/91 09/98 58 1390 E7J 718 8v
    1.4 (B/C57T, B/C57Y) 01/91 09/98 58 1390 E7J 719 8v
    1.4 (B/C57T, B/C57Y) 01/91 09/98 58 1390 E7J 754 8v
    1.4 01/91 09/98 59 1390 8v
    1.4 (B57J, C57J) 01/91 09/98 55 1390 E7J 756 8v
    1.4 (B57J, C57J) 01/91 09/98 55 1390 E7J 757 8v

    1.7 (B/C574) 01/91 12/93 68 1721 F2N 770 8v

    1.8 (B/C578) 08/94 09/98 66 1794 F3P 754 8v
    1.8 (B/C578) 08/94 09/98 66 1794 F3P 755 8v
    1.8 01/91 09/98 70 1794 8v
    1.8 (B/C57C, B/C57U) 01/91 09/98 65 1794 F3P 710 8v
    1.8 (B/C57C, B/C57U) 01/91 09/98 65 1794 F3P 714 8v
    1.8 16V (C57D) 08/91 06/94 99 1764 F7P 722 16v
    1.8 Rsi (B/C57H) 08/95 09/98 79 1783 F3P 758 8v
    1.8 Rsi (B/C579) 01/93 08/95 80 1794 F3P 712 8v

    2.0 C57M Williams all versions F7R 150hp 16V

    1.9 D (B/C/S576, B/C/S57L) 01/91 09/98 47 1870 F8Q 730 8v
    1.9 D (B/C/S576, B/C/S57L) 01/91 09/98 47 1870 F8Q 732 8v
    1.9 D 01/97 09/98 40 1870 8 4 Hatchback Diesel


    http://www.cliosport.net/forum/showthread.php?t=112411 also has other details on this and its uses.
     
  2. davebem

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    Another useful post, can we have this in the guides section.
     
  3. edde

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    I expect it will be moved.

    I'm not completly happy though that the guides section members only its in the FAQ sticky though (then again no one reads it).
     
  4. murcod

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    A quick question- my 182 Cup is a May 2005 build and is a CB21.

    What's the difference between a CB21 and CB22? (Going by the above list it should be a CB22???)
     
  5. davebem

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    I bet its because its specified for Australia. Car manufactures make slight changes due to the country they are destined for. Things such as climate (coolant level/oil grade etc) LHD/RHD, rust protection, underbody protection, Suspension height, daytime running lights, petrol octane, emmision controls.
     
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    Yes, you're sort of right. I got some info from a very knowledgeable person after posting the question here.

    So it's emissions.

    EU03 would be the stricter of the two IIRC?
     
  7. AhmedRSi

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    This is excellent imho! I use dialogys and this is a invaluble quite!
     

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