Nemo roof rails

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Nemo roof rails

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I've just bought a 2009 Citroen Nemo and I'm wondering how to fit some roof rails. Has anyone done this and if so is there a guide orvideo anywhere that you know of please? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Nemo roof rails

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There are specific fixing kits for the Nemo Utility vehicle. pop your VIN up if you want the part numbers. There are a few different types available.

Fixing kit sample:
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Re: Nemo roof rails

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I'm looking at some rails on ebay priced at £59.95 and it says there's a fitting kit included.
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Re: Nemo roof rails

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You'll need to contact the seller directly in that case for compatibility of their kit. It'll be impossible for us to determine if it will fit or not.

Citroen do several kits:
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Aluminium Roof Rack Kit £814.79All Bar Set £244.37
The Luggage Rack Fixing Kit that I posted a picture of in my last post is £134.40
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Re: Nemo roof rails

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Thank you Marc. The seller has a complete list of cars that the rails will fit and my make and model is on the list. I just wondering how you actually do the fitting. I might ask my mechanic to do it but he's always so busy. It can't be that hard. I haven't got the car yet. I only bought it this morning but hopefully I can pick it up tomorrow when it's been cleaned and tested. Looking forward to getting it. It seems very easy to drive.
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Re: Nemo roof rails

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Just a little word of caution for you, the citroen Nemo is more Fiat than Citroen; it’s one of those joint collaboration jobs. A lot of the ECUs and certainly the head units for the stereo are all proprietary Fiat branded, this can make diagnosis difficult in the event of any problems, just for you to be aware.

Also any diagnosis using a Lexia kit will need the S1279 add on module used for a lot of the commercial vehicles.