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    Have Hychill in my 306 works very well, R134 is toxic when it burns. It's only 250 grams and we'll worth doing. Not possible in Qld but I diy.
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    Just purchased a 2007 bog standard berlingo (great van) it has done 60k and has log books and is in top condition, pulled it apart and it is really sound mechanically. I want to change spark plugs and fuel filter, what is the trick to removing the fuel filter. How/what do you do to remove the spark plugs. Any help would be appreciated.


    thanks Kahn
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    Hi,
    Just received a new password and would like to change it to something relevant to my memory. Can I easily change that please. Ram
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    Help! about four weeks ago I read a very descriptive solution( with photos of each stage) to replacing the offending part which caused a 2002 C5 gear stick to lock into Park. Can you recover it for me please and put it back on the Citroen Forum.
    Many thanks. BigD
  5. Oh man .... look at all the messages here.... I hadn't noticed any of them before. So I need to lock a thread, find what black paint I've used and get a trailer load of part

    The avatar is my 5year old daughter driving the go-kart around (not under it's own power, I'm towing it with the mower so I have some control over how fast she goes).
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    your avatar - as at 3/10/11 - very interesting; what is it?
    steven
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    Time to lock this thread Shane..
    I'm getting a bit sick of having to defend people slandering me and saying outright lies on a public forum.
    your job as moderator is to stop this personal attack on me.
    A litigous person would be screaming lawsuit..
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    G'Day Shane,
    When you painted your Turbo, what paint did you use for the Black Out panel on the boot lid?
    You did paint it in acrylic didn't you? I need something that is compatible with PPG dulon and will last without the crazing that I have seen on some examples!
    Cheers Gerry
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    PS. Shane you'll need a trailer
    Gerry
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    Hi Shane,
    I have a number of ID and DS parts here----engine block, crank, sump, 8 port head,valve gear waterpump, fly wheel, pressure plate. gearbox, rocker cover etc. They are yours if you want them.---Gratis, zilch, zip, for free!
    Cheers Gerry
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About DoubleChevron

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Date of Birth
22nd March 1974 (43)
About DoubleChevron
Anything else you want to share?:
Sometimes I put the cars & computers back together...
Location:
Ballarat,Vic,Aust.
Occupation:
buggering up anything/everything I fiddle with
Interests:
dismantling cars & computers
Car(s) - Current:
CX2500 GTi Turbo, Xantia Hyperactive, ID19, BX19
Car(s) Owned - Previous:
Many Citroens, slowly rusting away ...

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'Cit' homepage:
Citroen Workshop
Proper cars--
'85 Series II CX2500 GTi Turbo I
'63 ID19 http://www.aussiefrogs.com/forum/citro%EBn-forum/90325-best-project-car-you-have-ever-seen.html
'72 DS21 ie 5spd pallas (last looked at ... about 15years ago)
'78 GS1220 pallas
'92 Range Rover Classic ... 5spd manual.

Yay ... No Slugomatics


Modern Junk:
'07 Poogoe 407 HDi 6spd manual

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  1. danielsydney
    danielsydney liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : Magazine Article. Renault 18
    Source: "On The Road" magazine number 101 Page 2 of 3 seller ? To find the answer, we tested one of the mid-range models-the 18TS with the bigger of the two engines but the lower standard of...
    Liked On: 20th November 2017, 01:52 PM
  2. danielsydney
    danielsydney liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : Magazine Article. Renault 18
    Source: "On The Road" magazine number 101 Page 3 of 3 I give an extra feeling of stability and predictability. If the 18 is driven fast along a twisting road, however, the understeer can carry...
    Liked On: 20th November 2017, 01:52 PM
  3. danielsydney
    danielsydney liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : Magazine Article. Renault 18
    speedometer, clock, and combined fuel contents and water temperature gauge, with the warning lights ranged in a row across the top. The heater controls, radio, and switches for the heated rear window...
    Liked On: 20th November 2017, 01:51 PM
  4. jaahn
    jaahn liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : 10% GST on Online Goods under the $1,000 threshold after 30/6/2018
    er, you mean "if your in a hurry ... buy from overseas". I have found it takes < weeks to get parts from the other side of the planet. But locally can take bloody weeks/months. Eg: just try and...
    Liked On: 14th November 2017, 09:07 AM
  5. caparobertsan
    caparobertsan liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : DS Manual Height Adjustment
    Oh no .... don't do this ... if there is pressure in one side ... there WILL be pressure in the other side. lifting just one side will achieve nothing. If the car is on low, and the spheres rattle...
    Liked On: 26th October 2017, 01:49 PM
  6. JoBo
    JoBo liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : A reliiable car wanted ??
    AL$ gearbox ........................ run for the hills !!! If it is a freebie .. .why don't they just drive it until the gearbox dies :confused:
    Liked On: 22nd October 2017, 05:37 PM
  7. Caisson
    Caisson liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : DS Manual Height Adjustment
    I've done it before. You will get leakage if there is leakage across the height corrector from teh high pressure line to the suspension circuit. The height correctors slide valve will be wedged...
    Liked On: 20th October 2017, 09:16 PM
  8. UFO
    UFO liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : DS Manual Height Adjustment
    it should depresurise. I'm betting it's a very slight linkage or rollbar clamp alignment issue. Just ignore it ... if the car drives fine and rides at the correct height it is safe. Just life the...
    Liked On: 20th October 2017, 05:32 PM
  9. CXVingtCinq
    CXVingtCinq liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : Your FIRST CAR was a .........
    Renault 4 .... I assembled it from boxes of bits. ( my father had pulled 5 of them to bits and there was "bits" of renault 4 everywhere). seeya, Shane L.
    Liked On: 18th October 2017, 04:37 PM
  10. J-man
    J-man liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : Your FIRST CAR was a .........
    Renault 4 .... I assembled it from boxes of bits. ( my father had pulled 5 of them to bits and there was "bits" of renault 4 everywhere). seeya, Shane L.
    Liked On: 18th October 2017, 01:10 PM
  11. Jinandfonic
    Jinandfonic liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : SM rear wheel change
    Don't bugger the car up. Ring your local hotrod club and find what tilt tray guy they use to move there hotrods. He will have a very low angle tilt tray truck. It will move your SM without damage...
    Liked On: 17th October 2017, 04:22 PM
  12. bob
    bob liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : Blade changing on a Greenfield....
    It might ... give it a go. The only bit not there is the air cleaner top. I'm betting someone pulled it off to pour fuel down the carby. No doubt it just has dried fuel clogging up the carby. Let...
    Liked On: 17th October 2017, 08:42 AM
  13. JohnW
    JohnW liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : SM rear wheel change
    Don't bugger the car up. Ring your local hotrod club and find what tilt tray guy they use to move there hotrods. He will have a very low angle tilt tray truck. It will move your SM without damage...
    Liked On: 16th October 2017, 08:43 PM
  14. Roger Wilkinson
    Roger Wilkinson liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : Blade changing on a Greenfield....
    I've got one of those crappy little tillers here. You can just turn the head over so it will spin the other direction to go back over it. I've never tried to get it going as it'll be useless and...
    Liked On: 16th October 2017, 06:23 PM
  15. jaahn
    jaahn liked post by DoubleChevron On thread : Old stuff in the garden
    gee's .. that power hacksaw looks liek you could still use it :o
    Liked On: 16th October 2017, 07:58 AM
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