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with regards to cleaning out my combustion chaimber
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Must i strip down the whole head in my 19d berlingo or is there some way to avoid this and just flush it thru as i just cleaned and re asembled rocker cover and fuel filter filter due to t
ar build up any usefull hints tips and diagrams woulbe muapriciatedd
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To do it properly yes, you need to take the head off.

What makes you think it needs doing anyway?
2004 Multispace Desire HDi - "Bertie"
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I got it going after i cleaned it it ran for about 5 miles and was smoking alot and wont start again
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Will need to take the cover off and take as much of the crap that the car has built up again and se where it goes from there
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(18-02-2015, 07:26 PM)ryansm02 Wrote:  Must i strip down the whole head in my 19d berlingo or is there some way to avoid this and just flush it thru as i just cleaned and re asembled rocker cover and fuel filter filter due to t
ar build up any usefull hints tips and diagrams woulbe muapriciatedd

Sorry this wasnt posted before.Its probably too little to late but i came across a very interesting set of videos on utube recently ,well worth a look.If you can get utube up on your screen, and in the search box type in "decoke with water" you will find several videos on this very subject.I wont say any more ,just make sure you take a look.Its an eye opener,and will save you hours of work.!!
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