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Old 04-14-2019, 03:02 PM
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Zf6hp26 oil change

Hello. I want to change the oil and the pan of my tranny. I got an e70 30d 2010, i searched on realoem and i found i got zf6hp26z. Everywhere i searched for the change kit i only found the kit for zf6hp28 or something like zf6hp26/26x/28x/26z.
Now, my question, does the zf6hp28 oil pan fit my zf6hp26 ?


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Old 04-14-2019, 05:49 PM
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Genuine ZF Parts


although now I see you arent in the USA.....


Should help tho...
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From what i can see here, there are 2 types of oil pan: one suitable for 19/21 and one for 26/28/32.


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Here is the ZF source


combined with your VIN-search for the correct name like you apparently did, you can find the right pan (and kit) OEM number for you car. THen you can go shopping (I found mine in various online parts stores in Germany and on amazon.de) wherever they send it to your location. The ZF kit comes in some flavours: with/without oil and some pans (plastic) have all bolts with them, some (metal?) don't as you can re-use them. You may want to check the current bolts before you get to work without replacements. Somethimes one or more gets very stuck and may have to be destructively removed)
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I also found this, my pan is plastic made, so i need the pan, screws and 6/7 litres of oil. This confirms what other mate posted: there are 2 types of oilpans, one for 19/21 and one for 26/28/32.
Thank you all for the answers!


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