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New Bingo needs a lexia
#1
Just picked up a new 64 plate Berlingo XTR to replace my 12 plate Pug Partner.  Main reason for change was Pug dealer ripped me off £380 (!) for an annual service & I vowed there and then never to buy another Pug.
Only issue with Bingo is lack of cruise control which I used all the time on the Pug, however dealer offered me £500 off and required parts (stalk and cowel) as part of deal.
As far as I can see the clutch has the switch and the throttle is the new 6 wire, so should be just plug and play to fit.
Only problem is I have no access to a Lexia - are there any members in the Midlands who can help ?  In fact happy to drive further afield if no one local can be found.  Have downloaded the 'instructions' from the forum so doesn't look like rocket science, just disappointed the supplying dealer wouldn't do it themselves.
Anyway can anyone help ?  PM your e-mail if possible.
Many thanks in advance
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#2
Let me know if you dont have any luck on this forum.  I am also on the Peugeot forum with members who have  lexia/diagbox.  If need be I should be able to put you in contact with someone who can help you.  Just need your location and contact details to sort somethingout for you.
Malcolm
2001 1.9D Multispace.
Diagbox diagnostics in Northumberland.
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#3
I'm Berks if you are really stuck.
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#4
(25-01-2016, 08:27 PM)Col Wrote:  I'm Berks if you are really stuck.
Actually I'm in Slough around once a month so may yet work out - I'll be down in a couple of weeks so could drop in on the way home.  I'll let you know if I don't get any better offers !
Thanks for the message
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#5
Yep OK. Slough is about 1/2 hr away (I'm J12 of M4)
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#6
Hi all,
Is there a list of members that have software / interface and are willing to do small jobs like enable rd4 aux inputs etc ?
If not is the Peugeot kit comparable ?
Thanks
Mark
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#7
(25-01-2016, 06:49 PM)Mr Keef Hi I had mine enabled yesterday by Mark Lightfoot hes based at Ilkeston only took about 45minutes and cost me £36.00 including vat Wrote:  Just picked up a new 64 plate Berlingo XTR to replace my 12 plate Pug Partner.  Main reason for change was Pug dealer ripped me off £380 (!) for an annual service & I vowed there and then never to buy another Pug.
Only issue with Bingo is lack of cruise control which I used all the time on the Pug, however dealer offered me £500 off and required parts (stalk and cowel) as part of deal.
As far as I can see the clutch has the switch and the throttle is the new 6 wire, so should be just plug and play to fit.
Only problem is I have no access to a Lexia - are there any members in the Midlands who can help ?  In fact happy to drive further afield if no one local can be found.  Have downloaded the 'instructions' from the forum so doesn't look like rocket science, just disappointed the supplying dealer wouldn't do it themselves.
Anyway can anyone help ?  PM your e-mail if possible.
Many thanks in advance
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#8
(28-02-2016, 09:40 PM)Satellitemark Wrote:  Hi all,
Is there a list of members that have software / interface and are willing to do small jobs like enable rd4 aux inputs etc ?
If not is the Peugeot kit comparable ?
Thanks
Mark
Hi all,
I found the relevant thread sorry for the diversion

Mark
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#9
(28-02-2016, 09:57 PM)robbo60 - cheers Robbo - no one has got back to me more locally so I might give him a ring Wrote:  
(25-01-2016, 06:49 PM)Mr Keef Hi I had mine enabled yesterday by Mark Lightfoot he Wrote:  Just picked up a new 64 plate Berlingo XTR to replace my 12 plate Pug Partner.  Main reason for change was Pug dealer ripped me off £380 (!) for an annual service & I vowed there and then never to buy another Pug.
Only issue with Bingo is lack of cruise control which I used all the time on the Pug, however dealer offered me £500 off and required parts (stalk and cowel) as part of deal.
As far as I can see the clutch has the switch and the throttle is the new 6 wire, so should be just plug and play to fit.
Only problem is I have no access to a Lexia - are there any members in the Midlands who can help ?  In fact happy to drive further afield if no one local can be found.  Have downloaded the 'instructions' from the forum so doesn't look like rocket science, just disappointed the supplying dealer wouldn't do it themselves.
Anyway can anyone help ?  PM your e-mail if possible.
Many thanks in advance
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