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This is a duplicate of the main thread located in the Grand Cherokee WJ section and therefore won't be updated so check the main one.


This thread is the updated version of WG CRD Filters. As before your input is most welcome but
Use the thread "2.7 Drivers" http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...d.php?t=124984 as a chat thread for " Everything 2.7".

This thread is a data thread...................................

Whilst all care has been taken to confirm these numbers the onus is on you to double check.
An * means I use them myself.


Specs and ID's:

Engine: 2.7lt 5 cyl 20valve CRD....WG............ Jeep: ENF .................MB: OM647

Transmission: 5 speed auto............... Jeep: DGJ .....W5J400 ...........MB: 722.6 ...... W5A580

This thread will pertain to those parts that are unique to the 2.7, which means basically Engine and Transmission most other bits are common on other Grands, references will try to show Jeep and MB part numbers, always try to cross reference as this model does have some Jeep part numbers of it's own that will not match common parts on other Grands or similar engines in other MB vehicles. The 2.7 engine does have other variations in MB vehicles the OM612 is similar but some bits aren't, many sensors are common on MB engines including the 3lt CRD so good research is crucial.

It is wise to source a build sheet for your vehicle, it will list every item fitted.
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Default General Service Parts

Whilst all care has been taken to confirm these numbers the onus is on you to double check.
An * means I use them myself.


NOTE: Part numbers for MB or Freightliner/Dodge Sprinters may not fit your Jeep`2.7 CRD, but try Rockauto and look under Dodge 2004, Sprinter 2500 cross reference part with MB or Chrysler part number and you could be lucky.

OIL FILTERS:
Jeep..........................05086301AA
MB............................6111800009
Repco.*.......................ROF103
Mann Filters.*...............HU718/1K
Hengst *.......................E11HD57
Ryco.*.........................R2606P
Cooper/Wesfil..............WC040

FUEL FILTERS:
Jeep..........................05080477AA
MB............................665 092 00 01 or 6110920101
Mann Filters.*...............WK842/19 or 18
Hengst.*......................H217WK
Ryco..........................Z670
Cooper/Wesfil..............WCF158 or maybe WCF114 need confirmation.
NOTE: Some filters look the same but drain plug can be in differn't position, check first.

AIR:
Ryco..*................ A1581
Repco.*...............RAF157 (same as ZG)
Cooper/Wesfil......WA976
Mann.................C 28 150

FAN BELT:
Dayco.*.................6PK2605 (number will reference to all brands)
Jeep....................53013 600AA
MB......................0149975692

I get my filters from MBSpares in canberra http://www.mbspares.com.au/ quote the MB number, they provide Hengst, Bosch and Mann filters, made in germany and they are good, the price is bloody good, you must quote a MB part number though. They stock your general service parts as well as Tranny Oil, MB spec at a fantastic price.
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Auto Trans: Jeep W5J400 MB: W5A580 Spec:MB 722.6)
Jeep....Gasket.................5210833
Jeep....Filter....................52108325AA
MB......Filter with gasket.*................1402770095 S1
Mann Kit........................H182
Ryco....................RTK92 ..........note: the number on the RYCO website listing is wrong.
Conductor Plate...........Jeep....52108308AA.............MB. ....140 270 11 61

Auto Oil: (Jeep W5J400...MB.. W5A580 MB722.6

MB.*................001 989 21 03 (spec 236.10 )
Shell..............SPIRAX S4 ATF 3403 (haven't found any)
MB upgraded spec to 236.14 following meets that spec by MB.
Fuchs TITAN ATF 4134
Mobil ATF 134
Shell ATF134
Shell SPIRAX S6 ATF 134M
Valvoline SYNPOWER ATF 134
While the ATF134 is specced, not available in Australia.
Check oil company Lube Guides but confirm the MB spec 236.10 or 236.14 some are incorrect with ref for the 2.7. if it has the MB spec it is okay.
Penrite multi vehicle full syn ATF and MV semi-syn ATF meet 236.10
Fusch ATF134 available at Don Kyatts, Darwin,, so might be found elsewhere.
Do not use ATF+4 in this box.

Transfer Case Oil:

* MobilFluid 424............about 2lts per change. (Mopar fluid is 10x the price and believe 424 is the same stuff)
http://www.eclubes.com.au/products/v...mobilfluid-424


Drive Shafts:
The front drive shaft has replacable bearings.
Front shaft rear bearing: hardy-spicer CV-861 (same as on a BA XR
Front shaft front bearing: TBA

Whilst all care has been taken to confirm these numbers the onus is on you to double check.
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Idler Pulley and Tensioner

Jeep.(3)..............05080422AA (tensioner).....Nuline...EP253 (pulley only).....Repco....RPU753 (pulley only)
Jeep..(7).............05080246AA.....Nuline...EP25 0.....MB...6112583180.................Repco....RPU750
Jeep..(12 & 18...05080243AA ....Nuline...EP253..... MB...6112000570...............Repco....RPU753
Numbers in brackets refer to diagram in post below.
Alternator Pulley........Nuline...OAP007...IAT.....IAT391014
Link to post on subject; http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...18#post1258018
and here http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...=118342&page=2





This section is from Festers post in the above links:


OK lets see if we can clarify a bit more, here is the layout as per Nulines catalogue:

So the 253 is the smooth idler bearing/pulley and is available.
The 250 is the ribbed tensioner pulley but is apparently not available. It is the pulley only not the whole tensioner assembly.
The OAP007 is the alternator overrun bearing/pulley and is available.
These are all the Nuline part numbers.
Other part numbers for the alternator pulley are:
Klarius QH available through Rock Auto 1010101
INA through IAT is IAT391014. I found it throough that ebay link of Pipers but a search for IAT for me did not pick them up yet.
This is the page from the Nuline catalogue that shows the 250 pulley and the ones close to it if you want to source them.

The 262 and 046 look worth investigating and Piper has used the 026.
It is also possible that if the bearings can be pressed out of the pulleys then that will be a cheap fix as most of those bearings should be cheap and available from your local bearing shop. Bodgie has replaced the bearing only in the tensioner pulley under bearing number 6203ATN-RSVC3.
The bearing inside the heater clutch is also a standard style bearing similar to most A/C compressors and a number for that is 35BD5222DUM18A (OD=52mm, ID= 35mm, Depth=22mm),
I would suggest if you have original steel or Nuline steel pulleys then it would be worth seeing if you can replace the bearings only assuming the pulley is in sound condition. If you have plastic pulleys already and they are in need of fixing then it would be better to replace the whole pulley as a unit.
I also think I noticed Rock Auto had the whole tensioner assembly under their Sprinter listing if you need the whole thing.

If I'm wrong please speak up and clarify and hopefully Drover can put this info into the sticky topic where it will be easier to follow. If someone else has used a replacement for the 250 please clarify likewise if you have replaced the bearings in a 253 and have a number please clarify.
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Whilst all care has been taken to confirm these numbers the onus is on you to double check.

FUEL LINES:

Filter to Pump
Jeep..................5080482AA
MB....................A6650700532 (confirm first)

Low to High Pressure Pump:
Jeep.....................5080483AA
MB.......................6650700132

Pump to Fuel Rail
Jeep..................5080295AA (solid tube to fuel rail)
MB....................researching
HP Pump return to rail::
MB....................6120703232 (plastic line)
Jeep..................0508485AA
Return Valve on Filter:
Jeep................5080460AA
MB..................A6110780249


Fuel Line "O" Rings:
MB.....................6019970645................. .($4.75 each )
Link to post on subject: http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...ight=fuel+line

Fuel Pump:
High Pressure......MB A6120700001 Jeep.......5080278AA Bosch.....0445010019
O-rings for high pressure pump;
Bosch o-rings 6 x F01M 100389.
Support rings 6 x F01M 100643,
o-ring 3 x F01M 0P0 743
sealing ring 3 x F00R 0P0 577
sealing ring 3 x F00R 0P0 480
Link for HIgh Pressure Pump Replacement:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f310/...hotos-1410217/

Service Kit for Bosch Pump 0445010019....................... F 01M 101 455..........MB...A0000780780

Low Pressure......MB.. ?? Jeep......5080255AA Bosch..... ??

DRV Valve: (fuel pressure)...MB.....6110780549.....Bosch......02810 02698

INJECTORS:

BOSCH....................0445110097 (OME)
Jeep.......................RX137254AB (5080300AA old number)
MB.........................A 611 070 16 87

Washer......MB............A6110170060
Bolt..........MB............A0009902917 ............Jeep........5073 719AB
Grease......MB............MA0019894251/10

GLOW PLUGS:

Jeep:........5080046AA
Bosch:......250202045..(OME)
MB:...........0011594201 ?????
NGK:.........Y-745U
Available from Repco etc.

Crankshaft Position Sensor
MB.........003 153 28 28

Jeep....... 5080 352AA
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MB oil/fluid specs: http://bevo.mercedes-benz.com/index.php?language_id=1 (eng OM647, auto spec: 722.6 )

Oil/Fluid Specs: https://docs.google.com/file/d/1YxT7...nLLHwnsEA/edit ( does need updating).

Workshop Manual: http://colorado4wheel.com/manuals/Je..._WJ:WG_Diesel/ ( worked 04/13)

Fault Code Listings: these are general WJ/G listings, not all pertain to the 2.7 CRD. Refer to manual for concise list.
www.wjjeeps.com

Jeep Parts List: http://autoricambi-euroamerica.com/

Online Parts:

www.dencodiesel.com/index.php

www.rockauto.com

www.wholesalemopar.com

http://www.sprinterparts.net/mercede...ter-parts.html (tap in your Jeep part number)

http://uk.mbspecialist.com/

https://www.mann-hummel.com/mf_prodk...=1&ktlg_lang=1

http://www.importpartzone.com/inform...mepkbl25ganoh3

https://www.germanautosupply.com/sto...edes-benz.html

http://www.westernfilters.net.au for filters, pulleys etc.

www.mbspares.com.au ( australian supplier of Benz parts)

TC parts: http://cobratransmission.com/index.p...x&cPath=3_2100


TC OIL: http://www.eclubes.com.au/products/v...mobilfluid-424

Transmission : Best FAQ on the 722.6 tranny.

http://www.benzworld.org/forums/w210...ssion-faq.html

Seat Motor Parts:
http://www.2men1garage.net/Jeep-Gran...004-Parts.html

Lights/Globes/LED's:

http://www.eziautoparts.com.au/lighting.htmlhttp://www.brightlightautoparts.com/index.html

http://www.narva.com.au/products/globeChart

Light Globes:
festers comments: Anyway I can categorically confirm that the front indicator bulb in a CRD WG is not the 3157 as per wjjeeps and the FSm but it is in fact an Osram 7507 which as far as my research can tell is a BAU15s. Single contact offset pins bayonet.

Rear lights; they are all the same globe , if the brake or turn sig blows just swap it with the fog globe whch is the very bottom one. see pic. While the pic shows as Wagner 3157 I pretty sure they are a Narva 47557.

Cross reference Jeep number to make sure you get the correct part, not all 2.7 engine parts will match. The 2.7 came out as a OM612 as well as a OM647.
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EGR Defeat for 2.7 CRD:
http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...ighlight=shunt

Tranny Conductor Plate
:
http://www.benzworld.org/forums/w210...tor-plate.html

Hydraulic Solenoid repair solution link :
http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...d.php?t=117612

HIgh Pressure Pump Replacement:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f310/...hotos-1410217/

rebuild: http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...d.php?t=130175

Idler Pulley and Tensioner
http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...18#post1258018
and here http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...=118342&page=2
REPLACEMENT: http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...d.php?t=124827


Cam & Crank sensor replacement:
http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...d.php?t=124823

Alternator Overhaul:
http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...d.php?t=124830

Seat Motor Replacement:
http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...seat+adjusters

DIY Tranny Service:
http://www.ausjeepoffroad.com/forum/...d.php?t=106682
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ENGINE OILS:

Recommended: SAE 10W-40 (if usually below -10c then 5W30 ) and you want minimum API CH-4 or ACEA B4, of Diesel Oil .

*Penrite HPR5 Diesel 5W-40 ( cost effective)


AUTO TRANS:
DO NOT USE ATF+4 or DEXRON:

Only use oil that has a MB spec of 236.10 or 236.14.
Mercedes..............001 989 21 03
Nulon....................Full Synthetic MultiVehicle ATF
Penrite..................Full Syn Multi Vehicle ATF or Semi Syn ATF
*Bilstein MB spec 236.10 from MB Spares.
Fusch Titan ATF 4134

Above oils have been used by AJOR blokes with no problems.

TRANSFER CASE:
The Mopar oil is very expensive so use Mobifluid 424.
Search for thread on subject but used by many the world over.
PM Lubricants.....PM313HP

DIFFS:

I have used NULON 80W-140 Full Syn LSD oil or Penrite ProGear 80W-140 Full Syn oil with no problems but it can be a can of worms. Depends on usage, some prefer Redline with additive.

POWER STEERING;
Do Not Use ATF or normal Power Steering Fluid.
Jeep......... MS-5931
Penrite.....PAS Fluid
Note: If your fluid has a reddish colour use the above fluids, if it has a clear or golden colour then use Mopar MS-10838 which is the later blend. The Jeep (Mopar) fluid is surprisingly usually cheaper.

COOLANT:

You need to use a 5year HOAT type coolant.
Nulon..........Longlife RED or Longlife Green fit the specs, Red lasts longer than the Green. Readily available so better than Mopar.

NOTE: Always use products that meet the correct specs, a known MB spec is better than a MS (Chrysler) spec as they can get confused with petrol jobs, while Mopar may be the recommended type other than being more expensive the other brands which meet specs are more widely available and is far better to top up with the same fluid than mix and match. I have only noted fluids other than Mopar/Jeep that have been used over long periods by myself or trusted AJOR members.
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