Removing a Xantia 1.9 TD engine

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Post by Napoleon »

Jim, no, that's Steve the bricklayer... not me.

Red dwarfer - not sure what it is exactly, but trust me, I am not able to keep up with maintaining it, and, like I said, if I get a major problem with it, then it's out of action for long periods of time - getting spares, learning how to install/repair etc. The big oil loss was a real mess with oil everywhere - very dispiriting.

Lest said the better really.

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I think they get some peverse pleasure slashing the seats, kicking all the panels in and urinating over everything...
Are these lads really so feral and stupid? :? Amazing! At some point this year, I'll be probably having to deal with such types for basic Activa underpinnings - unless I delegate to someone like Handyman.

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I found this interesting blog on engine removal. I expect it's already known about on FCF.

http://xantiablog.blogspot.com/2008_08_01_archive.html

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Napoleon wrote:I found this interesting blog on engine removal. I expect it's already known about on FCF.

http://xantiablog.blogspot.com/2008_08_01_archive.html
Yes, very much so Tim...

That's John's (jgra1) blog :D

John is our resident forum specialist on engine removal, even V6 engines!

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Excellent - he can come and remove one for me!

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Post by jgra1 »

:twisted: :D

afternoon all

on a serious note, I would be happy to do any work for you guys especially engine related.. as a means to help me along :D