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Piston Anti-Friction Coating
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Busy rebuilding an XUD....

I've put the pistons in a slow cooker full of engine coolant for 12 hours to decoke them, which it's done a great job of. Unfortunately it's also completely removed the anti-friction coating on the piston skirt. Is this a show stopper, or do I need to source replacements?  Dodgy
'97 Peugeot 406 1.9TD
'95 Peugeot 405 GLX with XU10J4RS
'05 RenaultSport 182 Cup
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what anti friction coating?
need a part number? http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com/ and http://service.citroen.com/ will sort you out.
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Not sure which engines had it, but I've seen what the OP means when I replaced a bent rod once. Ordered a complete used piston/rod assembly from Germany and that had the coating. I can't see it being a real issue, after all most XUD's are running round without said coating and we know how damn durable the things are anyway. Wink
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