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Hello all.

I’ve been lurking as a guest for the last couple of weeks, so now that I’m the proud owner of a 2012 XTR 115 I thought it was time to join properly.

Now this isn’t my first Berlingo encounter, far from it in fact… Over the years I’ve had 5 different Berlingo company vans, after knocking up 154,000 in a C15D I asked my boss at the time if he could find something more comfortable. He checked with the Citroen dealer and was told that a new van, based on a ZX was about to launch. We had one of the very first vans to try and a few short weeks later, I was the proud driver of a gleaming P reg 1.9D! After changing jobs I later had the pleasure of the mk2 version in both 2.0 & 1.6 HDI, again covering some serious mileage, and again without fault.

Finally, having bought a small caravan earlier this year and found an unhealthy fascination with model railways, I decided that it wasn’t fair for my big bro to cart the railway around in his W reg Synergie and, having gone to a Citroen dealer armed with a tape-measure, I found the perfect solution!!!

So far I’ve managed, via the search button, to figure out how to install and wire a towbar and 13 pin electrics, fit a double-din Pioneer stereo with sat nav, DAB and reversing camera (known locally as ball-cam) although mine didn’t have the necessary electrical connections at the back of the car, it was a fairly easy job to locate the wiring at the front and install the maxi fuse, again all done via searching this site.
So a big thank you for the info I’ve found so far.
 
Cheers,
Andy.
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#2
Hello Andy and welcome. Sounds like you've been busy. Glad you found it so helpful already.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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#3
Hi & welcome Andy.Glad you've found help here. Big Grin
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
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#4
Hm...
We need to get your post count up quickly to get rid of that 'Still a newbie' rating...

Oh, and welcome!
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#5
Hello Andy welcome to the forum good to have you with us Smile Good work top mark's  Cool
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy
 
                                                        

                                        
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#6
Hi Andy and welcome
sounds like your enjoying your berlingo and hope you don't need the repair side of things as much as I seem to Big Grin
(25-10-2015, 10:55 PM)Andy2308 Wrote:  Hello all.

I’ve been lurking as a guest for the last couple of weeks, so now that I’m the proud owner of a 2012 XTR 115 I thought it was time to join properly.

Now this isn’t my first Berlingo encounter, far from it in fact… Over the years I’ve had 5 different Berlingo company vans, after knocking up 154,000 in a C15D I asked my boss at the time if he could find something more comfortable. He checked with the Citroen dealer and was told that a new van, based on a ZX was about to launch. We had one of the very first vans to try and a few short weeks later, I was the proud driver of a gleaming P reg 1.9D! After changing jobs I later had the pleasure of the mk2 version in both 2.0 & 1.6 HDI, again covering some serious mileage, and again without fault.

Finally, having bought a small caravan earlier this year and found an unhealthy fascination with model railways, I decided that it wasn’t fair for my big bro to cart the railway around in his W reg Synergie and, having gone to a Citroen dealer armed with a tape-measure, I found the perfect solution!!!

So far I’ve managed, via the search button, to figure out how to install and wire a towbar and 13 pin electrics, fit a double-din Pioneer stereo with sat nav, DAB and reversing camera (known locally as ball-cam) although mine didn’t have the necessary electrical connections at the back of the car, it was a fairly easy job to locate the wiring at the front and install the maxi fuse, again all done via searching this site.
So a big thank you for the info I’ve found so far.
 
Cheers,
Andy.
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