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Snow Guards
#1
Having seen some awful bodged "snow guards" on many vehicles of the years and also realy needing a bit more heat and mpg out of my van, I thought I'd have a look for some. They are called snow guards but basically restrict air flow into the engine bay.

Guess what? Citreon do them:

http://c4owners.org/plugins/faq/faq.php?0.cat.2.186

They probably won't fit as these are for C4's but surely they must do them for Bingos?

Anyone with access to Citroen parts catalogue??
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#2
Just did a search of main Citroen dealers and cannot find such a thing under Berlingo accessories Sad Maybe Norway or somewhere else cold may stock them?
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2012 Iron Grey XTR 110 with lots of bits and bobs.
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#3
They are normally referred to by PSA as a "Bumper plug" and are found on the front bumper exploded parts diagrams. B9 Berlingos have a large and small one available - possibly one deflects the air intake feed.
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#4
Why bother, it will probably be pi**ing down with rain by the middle of next week again...
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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#5
The snow guard is supplied as standard with the Berlingo3 in some markets but not in the UK. Its in the handbook so presumably available to order from Citroen parts dept if you want one.
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#6
Possibly not available in UK to avoid the risk of overheating.

The glowplug lamp was on this morning-(unusual for the Hearse) but the temp guage still rose up quickly to its little perch, just below halfway up the scale.
Im sure if I tinfoiled the rad it would boil.
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#7
What should temp gauge show normally ? Mine sits @ approx 70-73 when I am stationary. But sometimes when sitting for a while it's down to about 64.
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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#8
(21-01-2013, 12:30 PM)taxi Wrote:  What should temp gauge show normally ? Mine sits @ approx 70-73 when I am stationary. But sometimes when sitting for a while it's down to about 64.

Once warmed up mines at a steady 85 regardless of anything.
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#9
.....it's been so quiet lately my Berlingo probably doesn't get the chance to get warmed up much, :censored:
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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#10
Snow guards are certainly available for the M59 as they're mentioned in the owners handbook .
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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