Identification of Parts (WL-T)

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Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by Driver+Passengers » Mon Jan 30, 2012 10:35 pm

Below is a low-res "Engine Bay (nearside)" view of my own 1996 WL-T 2.5TD AT AFT. Note: EGR pipe has been removed.

I've not seen anything like this for the Bongo, other than the fantastic set of diagrams we are lucky enough to have at http://lushprojects.com/bongopartsmk2/ 8) =D>. It's something I've been meaning to start for a while and I'm also working on the "Engine Bay (nearside)" and "Underbonnet" views. I hope that as they develop, they will prove useful to the Bongo community.

I intend to keep this and the other images up to date on the wiki at http://mazdabongo.wikispaces.com/Parts. Corrections, additions and contributions are all welcome. In particular, a set of underbody images to annotate would be very useful.

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1. Air filter housing
2. Fuel filter body
3. Power steering fluid reservoir
4. Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) dipstick
5. Throttle Position Sensor (TPS)
6. Temperature Sender
7. (Blanked) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) joint
8. Intake manifold elbow
9. Vacuum advance tube thingy
10. Coolant hose
11. Throttle Idle switch
12. Cold start actuator
13. Throttle cable adjuster
14. Diesel fuel pump
15. Intake manifold
16. Fuel pipes bracket
17. EGR vacuum tube thingy
18. Center cowl
19. Fuel injector (1 of 4)
20. EGR vacuum solenoid
21. Vacuum solenoid
22. Vacuum solenoid
23. Rocker cover
24. Glowplugs bar thingy

TODO list (just on this image)
- fix any errors
- add more parts
- part numbers and links to lushprojects.com
- publish hi-res version
- break-out a close-up of the pump/throttle area


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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by dandywarhol » Mon Jan 30, 2012 11:01 pm

=D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D>

This should be made a sticky and referred to at every chance someone's not sure what is what?

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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by lazyb5 » Mon Jan 30, 2012 11:10 pm

=D>
Love it, this will help a lot of peeps. How about a zoomed in shot of certain items. I could have helped last year when I undersealed/waxoiled the bottom of mine, seemed to spend weeks under the thing :lol:
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by jaylee » Mon Jan 30, 2012 11:22 pm

8) Love it..! :P
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by daveblueozzie » Mon Jan 30, 2012 11:26 pm

Dunno if the pics of the atf sump and filter and the magnet to collect any metal debris are any use ,but by all means use them if you need to.
http://www.igmaynard.co.uk/bongo/forum/ ... lit=gasket
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by Driver+Passengers » Mon Jan 30, 2012 11:47 pm

Cheers, folks. First draft of the next installment...

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1. Engine oil dipstick (top broken off)
2. Engine oil filler cap
3. Coolant bleed tube
4. Alternator
5. Exhaust front section
6. Turbocharger
7. Turbocharger wastegate actuator
8. Exhaust manifold and heatshield
9. Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) pipe
10. Air intake heat shield
11. Air into turbo (low pressure)
12. Air out of turbo (high pressure)
13. Air Conditioning pump/compressor
14. Cambelt cover
15. Rocker cover
16. Rocker cover breather hose (to air intake)
17. Center cowl


DBO - pics of ATF work are great - perhaps a wider angle shot is better for identification of parts, but could I use those pics on the ATF change write up on the wiki? I've not actually written it yet but crucially, I forgot to take any pictures when I did mine. #-o

Lazyb5 - definitely some close-ups - I'm already thinking fuel pump, throttle, vacuum solenoids, etc... - any other ideas?

Dandy/Jaylee - cheers! 8)
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by dandywarhol » Tue Jan 31, 2012 12:28 am

Question marked items are both ok :) (I guess that's what you wanted?)
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by Driver+Passengers » Tue Jan 31, 2012 12:34 am

dandywarhol wrote:Question marked items are both ok :) (I guess that's what you wanted?)
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by MountainGoat » Tue Jan 31, 2012 12:39 am

Fantastic, i've not seen anything like it before. One suggestion from me would be that it would be helpfull if you could cross reference the coolant hoses that you can see with the Lush project and Kirsty's list of coolant hoses. That would make it easier to identify particular hoses.

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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by Driver+Passengers » Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:28 am

The wiki now cross references to part numbers with links to lushprojects.com.

http://mazdabongo.wikispaces.com/Parts
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by jaylee » Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:05 am

Driver+Passengers wrote: - any other ideas?

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What about the temp sender for the engine bay that triggers the scavenger fan...? (I realize its out of sight.) :wink:
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by Driver+Passengers » Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:14 am

jaylee wrote:
Driver+Passengers wrote: - any other ideas?
What about the temp sender for the engine bay that triggers the scavenger fan...? (I realize its out of sight.) :wink:
Centre console removed, picture top down - temperature sensor and grommet is visible there - also an opportunity to point out bolts for removing cowl, gear shift and handbrake.

Will add an "up and under" arrow on the offside view too, though. Cheers.
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by jaylee » Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:23 am

Driver+Passengers wrote:
jaylee wrote:
Driver+Passengers wrote: - any other ideas?
What about the temp sender for the engine bay that triggers the scavenger fan...? (I realize its out of sight.) :wink:
Centre console removed, picture top down - temperature sensor and grommet is visible there - also an opportunity to point out bolts for removing cowl, gear shift and handbrake.

Will add an "up and under" arrow on the offside view too, though. Cheers.
Sweet.. Just been looking at yer site, haven't seen it in a while.. It coming on really great.! =D>
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by Driver+Passengers » Tue Jan 31, 2012 10:31 am

jaylee wrote:Sweet.. Just been looking at yer site, haven't seen it in a while.. It coming on really great.! =D>
Cheers! Though, it's not "mine", it's everyone's - anyone can edit it. ;) :roll:

One problem is that for half of the work I've done on the van, I haven't taken any photos. Dave_aber's been putting stuff up there, too - top bloke! =D>
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Re: Identification of Parts (WL-T)

Post by daveblueozzie » Tue Jan 31, 2012 7:58 pm

Matt, I give you my permission to use any pictures or write up's I have done on bongo fury for wikispaces.com/Parts.
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