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  P0115 fault
Posted by: Dizzydave - Yesterday, 03:42 PM - Forum: M59 Berlingo - No Replies

Hi all, hoping for some help with an p0115 fault on my berlingo 1.4 petrol 2003.
Temp gauge is reading max temp with the engine cold and stop light on the dash is on...have changed the ect sensor and checked all wiring and connectors but fault still shows, changed the coolant too but no change...any ideas please as this is melting my skull
If I disconnect the black plug in the engine bay fuse box the stop light goes out and temp gauge goes down..but if I disconnect the 2 temp sensors the light and gauge stay on...have checked all wires and connectors but still no joy ☹

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  Number plate lights staying on.
Posted by: Gordon Taylor - Yesterday, 08:25 AM - Forum: B9 Second Generation - Replies (4)

Morning all,

I noticed after I locked my van up last night that the numberplate lights were still on, not as bright as when the ignition is on, any ideas?

Thanks Gordon

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  2018 Berlingo....
Posted by: Tree - 20-08-2018, 08:30 PM - Forum: General Chat - No Replies

Just seen one and had a good look round it in the dealership earlier.

Without doubt I’ll be getting one in September so long as the price is right. Looks a stunning bit of kit in the flesh - it’s like the old berlingo on steroids. Seemed really big like it was a full three seats wide in the front but that could have been it being inside the dealership.

Really like the dash and infotainment layout. Some might think it’s a bit marmite but I’m sold!

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  Just bought a 1.6HDi - a few questions
Posted by: cancunia - 20-08-2018, 06:30 PM - Forum: M59 Berlingo - Replies (3)

I've been looking for a 1.6 to replace my '04 2.0HDi and found a silver 2008 Desire with 130k miles over the weekend for a good price, it's got quite a few extras and a few bits that I have some questions for:

Extras (all factory fit AFAIK)

Aircon (not working)
Auto Wipers (manic with anything more than a few drops)
Auto Lights (not sure how this works)
Trip Computer type B MFD with outside temp

Stuff that I'm not sure about

The clutch pedal squeaks and engages right at the bottom of travel. Apart from the squeak, is this normal or is the cable adjuster not doing it's job / can I move the bite point?

There's a whining sound as the engine revs up, perhaps the aux belt which looks new, but wondered if that's normal?

The steering wheel is worn away around the edges, not sure if there's a cover anyone can recommend, or do I need a new wheel?

The MAF is faulty, or at least that's what the OBD reader says and I get 'anti-pollution fault' on the MFD. I seem to remember quite a few posts about this so will do some digging.

Cruise Control. I've read all the posts so am not too hopeful about this without changing the speedo, but wondered if this late model might have it enabled, will report back.

Only 1 key, fortunately its the remote. I may need to resort to putting the transponder chip above the lock barrel.

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  Where to put the Thetford
Posted by: tonyt - 20-08-2018, 09:46 AM - Forum: Campers and Conversions - Replies (1)

Over the years I've done a number of self builds for solo use, mostly on Ford Connect Hi-Top where there is ample headroom for most people.

For a variety of reasons I've recently acquired a Citroen Berlingo MPV which, although fairly high inside, is not as high as the Connect.

As with most on these conversions the height of the bed box is critical and is invariably dictated by the height of the cassette toilet where, even using a Thetford Qube, the headroom in a Berlingo is tight or even non-existent.

Whilst trying various potential layouts I discovered that the Thetford will sit nicely in the rear seat footwell allowing the height of the bedbase to be lowered somewhat resulting in increased headroom in the back.
With an extending section at the front end the bed box which passes comfortably over the top of the Thetford it can be easily retracted to give access  when needed. Sorted.

Tony t
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  Brakes sticking
Posted by: keith1969 - 19-08-2018, 03:05 PM - Forum: M59 Berlingo - Replies (10)

Hello i'm currently having some issues concerning the front brakes sticking have replaced the calipers.it seems to build up pressure in the system as you drive making the brake pedal hard. But if you push the pedal down hard it seems to release the pressure. Any advice is very much appreciated

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  New member
Posted by: keith1969 - 19-08-2018, 02:50 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (6)

Hello I'm new to the forum and have recently bought a 2008 Berlingo 600 HDI

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  Solenoid not clicking
Posted by: Zweli - 19-08-2018, 02:47 PM - Forum: General Chat - No Replies

I have removed the pump solenoid, it a very very hustle to remove,  but i put another one still no click.  How do i test it of the vehicle. 

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  1.6HDi - acceptable play on turbo shaft?
Posted by: cancunia - 18-08-2018, 04:16 PM - Forum: M59 Berlingo - Replies (3)

I've read that some play is to be expected due to the bearings running on a film of oil.
Just wondered if anyone has a view on an acceptable amount of play for a turbo shaft?


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  Cheap Berlingo Multi space
Posted by: Lighty - 18-08-2018, 01:58 PM - Forum: Berlingos For Sale - Replies (5)

I have recently taken this Berlingo in for sale.
The car needed a bit of tlc, but has been given the once over in our workshop & is mechanically sorted now.
The car has a fully stamped service book & has completed 130,000 miles.
The car has come from one of my customers , so we know it reasonably well.
Recent repairs have been as follows 
Cambelt & waterpump
Full service
New front brake discs & pads
New front damper, top mounts & wishbone bushes.
New heater blower motor
The car now drives very well & the a/c works !.
The car is generally ok , a bit tatty in places & does have a scrape on the front left corner(see pictures)
Will probably cost about £250 to get it repaired, the choice is yours.
I believe this is as cheap as you will get a multispace with all these repairs completed.
I have it up for sale at £3250, but any forum member from here can have it for £3k.
No offers !
You can reach me on 07970202438 .
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