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Greetings fellow Berlingo owners!
I'm in Durban, South Africa.
Just bought the 2011 1.6 petrol panel van.
No actual isues at the moment, but want to get
my hands on some manuals or wiring schematics.
Laters,
Paul
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#2
You can access most wiring information with a paid subscription to "Service Citroen" (in which you declare yourself to be an independent repairer).

The lesser cost option is one of the pirate versions on disc, sold through Ebay. It depends where your conscience lies - which often seems to reflect how much integrity the local handler applies to you.

With either result, you will also have access to specific vehicle data, meaning you can shop around for parts and push your money further.
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#3
Wow, didn't know that! Cheers! Will give the Citroen service one a spin. Well, at least se how much it costs!

Great forum so far - love reading through all the problems etc. Hope I don't have any soon! Wink

Laters!
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You can also sign up to Service Citroen as an independent repairer without paying, although you have no access to the wiring or labour information. However you do get free access to all the parts listings and can check recommended local prices. I find it indispensable.
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