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    Moderator Alan S's Avatar
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    For XM owners - ya there Green blood??

    Just been prowling through some of my bookmarked sites & found this which should be useful to XM owners if they didn't know it was there.
    Go to the XM section & click on technical re hydra-active specs.

    http://www.citroen-ds-id.com/

    Could be handy on your desktop before someone "asks" him to delete from his web page.

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    Thanks Alan,
    Thats great, a fair bit of reading I'll devour with interest
    I was looking at a site last night that described a way of testing for auto (soft) and sport mode on hydractive, which required tuning your radio to 700hz which picks up a buzz interferance from the system and apparently drops out when auto switches to sport?? It's all become a bit complex compared with the good old days. Must say that the XM is fantastic, shame they didn't bring them out here in manual, as an all round car it would have been hard to beat. I have heard about probs with the autobox which has me concerned but I'll make sure it is regularly serviced. Had a CX Prestige with 3 speed auto which I used for towing and generally abused and never had a hint of trouble, another great car

    Thanks again
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