Hello from Barrow in Furness

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TrojanL200
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Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby TrojanL200 » 18 Oct 2015, 15:25

Hi all
Name Chris
Vehicle 2003 Citroen C5 2.0ltr HDI

First Citroen I have owned got its teething problems but working through them bit by bit
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elma
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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby elma » 18 Oct 2015, 15:28

Welcome to the forum Chris. Theres loads of information about C5s here, I'm sure you'll get through your teething problems in no time.
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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby TrojanL200 » 18 Oct 2015, 16:06

elma wrote:Welcome to the forum Chris. Theres loads of information about C5s here, I'm sure you'll get through your teething problems in no time.

Thanks Elma :-D
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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby CitroJim » 18 Oct 2015, 19:16

Welcome Chris :D Judging by your forum name I guess you also have one of those big Mitsubishi pick-ups then...
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TrojanL200
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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby TrojanL200 » 18 Oct 2015, 21:15

CitroJim wrote:Welcome Chris :D Judging by your forum name I guess you also have one of those big Mitsubishi pick-ups then...

Hi mate used to have one until recently loved it but fuel costs where getting too much , needed tanker behind me for my travels. Sad to let it go but head over ruled heart :-D
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Lots of Prelude's...
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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby wurlycorner » 18 Oct 2015, 23:55

Welcome.
Mine had several niggles when I bought it, too. Most of them sorted out now and without too much heartache...
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2x '85 CX GTi Turbo s1 (metallic blue and green)
2x '85 CX GTi Turbo s2 t1 (metallic silver and grey)
'88 CX GTi Turbo s2 T2 (metallic light blue)
CX DTR T2 Safari (silver)
'96 Xantia Activa (Black)
'01 C5 2.0 HDi LX Estate (Blue)

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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby TrojanL200 » 16 Feb 2016, 21:38

Well doesnt time fly I have moved back to my home town of Stalybridge. All work needed on C5 done airbag prob done. EML done. Brake prob done. Lexia 3 now reporting no faults excellent
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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby Stickyfinger » 16 Feb 2016, 22:19

Helllloooo
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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby Peter.N. » 17 Feb 2016, 13:13

The 2.0. 8 valve is certainly the best engine for economy and DIY being much less complicated than the later ones.

Peter
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Re: Hello from Barrow in Furness

Postby TrojanL200 » 20 Feb 2016, 21:07

Stickyfinger wrote:Helllloooo

Hi Sticky
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