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New Diagnostics Forum

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Please note the new 'Diagnostics' sub forum that has been added to the main page.
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As some of you will be aware, we had merged all the Lexia & Diagbox related threads. This was kept in the Citroen technical forum. However because this topic has grown significantly over the years as the software and hardware it is installed on has changed, it has become very difficult to find specific information and this has lead to repetition of queries.

As Diagbox, along with the encapsulated Lexia and Peugeot Planet 2000 software covers Citroen, Peugeot and DS Automobiles, it also seems appropriate for it to be in a separate section.

Presently, there is no other place to discuss non-Lexia / Diagbox diagnostic topics, so having a dedicated section for Diagnostics should help to facilitate this.

What's new:
  • The 'Merged Lexia & Diagbox Threads' will be locked and moved to the New Diagnostics Forum for reference. No new posts will be able to be added to this thread.
  • New Diagnostic related topics can be created by members as required - but will be tightly moderated to reduce repetition and make it easier for members to locate specific information
As time allows, I will try and build up some generic articles for the most commonly asked questions.
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Re: New Diagnostics Forum

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The "merged lexia & diagbox threads" title never helped understand what the thread was about and it was indeed impossible to search through 90-odd un-indexed pages to try and find something you were looking for so, agree, this is a good move.
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Re: New Diagnostics Forum

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Please note that if you want to see new posts from the Diagnostic Forum, you will need to SUBSCRIBE to the forum. Just scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Subscribe button.

This needs to be done because it is a new sub-forum, and therefore will not be in your existing subscriptions.