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    Default New 206 cc Owner - couple of questions

    Hi All

    Nice to be back, fairly impressed with my 2002 206 cc 2 litre

    Have to fix a few things and wondering if you guys could assist with some information.

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    Anyone know of a decent workshop manual to buy are the Hayes any good?

    I will probably need to replace engine mounts but cant seem to find any detailed information. Do you need to remove the driveshaft to replace the lower mount?

    I at Kurrajong Sydney but in general who would you guys recommend as a good mechanic?

    When I had my Citreon's I used to go to Wongy to get most parts he was really good - RIP
    Is there a good parts supplier for Pugs?

    Is there a Pug club?

    Thanks Guys


    Terry
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    If Kurrajong is in Sydney don't ask me to walk there! With Wongy unfortunately gone, your best option now is EAI at Thornleigh. Martin does the parts trade there - you may remember him at Auto France.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twm View Post
    Hi All

    Anyone know of a decent workshop manual to buy are the Hayes any good?

    I will probably need to replace engine mounts but cant seem to find any detailed information. Do you need to remove the driveshaft to replace the lower mount?

    Is there a Pug club?
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    I think Haynes is the only one you'll find at bookshop. I never bought it, because it didn't cover the 180 differences, but it's probably pretty useful for many things. This website has a lot of what you might want, but sometimes is missing pages. If you go searching hard enough, you will find the source for that website in downloadable form, but it's not super easy to deal with (have to "host" it on a webserver, and the filenames are case sensitive)

    Yes, RHS driveshaft goes through the bottom engine mount.

    Pretty sure there is a Peugeot Club of NSW.
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    Revue Technique Auto has a group of well illustrated manuals that cover the 306 range, and are more thorough than Haynes. The downside is that they are in French. If you buy a pdf version you can put the bit you need through translate.google for a reasonable English translation.

    I can't post the link because AF has a ban on showing it.

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    Thanks all


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    I'm pretty sure that there is a Peugeot Car Club of NSW too, seeing that I've been in it for over 30 years, and they would welcome you.

    Peugeot Car Clubs in Australia, New Zealand for all Peugeot club information.

    There's specialist mechanics in the areas of Hornsby, Granville and Carlton, don't know about any near you.

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    Get the Haynes Pug 206 manual. It will have most of what you need, except for the roof stuff. That's what I did with my 207cc Sport.

    Nice to hear another Pug cc is about.

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