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Hi guys new to this forum hello and ggod to have ,sinba49@hotmail.com
I have a berlingo 1900 diesel 2003 the wipers work then they slow down ,stop then decide to work , the fuel gage reads false levels when half full:brickwall shows full , any ideas guys :brickwall:
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Try a search, somebody will be along before too long, but you may get a few pointers in the meantime
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Hello and welcome to our place!
Where about are you?
I don't know how long you've had your Berlingo, but what you're describing sounds like the wipers may be on the 'automatic' setting.
The fuel gauge problem could be the sender or a COM2000 problem.
Your Citroen repairer would be able to see find the problem is very quickly using the Lexia diagnostic software.
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wipers could be the motor, just replaced mine, got one from ebay for £15!
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Hi sinba49
I have 2002 multispace and it had wipers that worked intermittently, I removed the motor and opened the cover. there is a pointed piece inside that provides the earth. I shifted some of the grease and cleaned up the contact area and ..Bingo (excuse the pun). They have not missed a beat since. Can't help you with the fuel gauge problem, sorry.
Good luck... Pappy
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(07-09-2011, 12:52 PM)sinba49 Wrote:  Hi guys new to this forum hello and ggod to have ,sinba49@hotmail.com
I have a berlingo 1900 diesel 2003 the wipers work then they slow down ,stop then decide to work , the fuel gage reads false levels when half full:brickwall shows full , any ideas guys :brickwall:
You can test fuel gauge output with Lexia . Are you anywhere near Doncaster if so you are welcome to come to my home address & I`ll have a look for you with Lexia.
Also refer this link: http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthread.php?tid=1225 to give you an idea of what you are dealing with(No direct connection between Sender & Gauge)

2003 Citroën Berlingo 2.0HDi Multispace Desire
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(08-09-2011, 06:33 PM)BlueBlingo Wrote:  
(07-09-2011, 12:52 PM)sinba49 Wrote:  Hi guys new to this forum hello and ggod to have ,sinba49@hotmail.com
I have a berlingo 1900 diesel 2003 the wipers work then they slow down ,stop then decide to work , the fuel gage reads false levels when half full:brickwall shows full , any ideas guys :brickwall:
You can test fuel gauge output with Lexia . Are you anywhere near Doncaster if so you are welcome to come to my home address & I`ll have a look for you with Lexia.
Also refer this link: http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthread.php?tid=1225 to give you an idea of what you are dealing with(No direct connection between Sender & Gauge)

Thanks living in scotland will get a fix just needed a few pointers thanks to all who helped with their comments !

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