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    Thread: Trickle charge through 12V socket
Post: RE: Trickle charge through 12V socket

Now that you have explained your usage scenario a bit more I take back what I said earlier. I thought you were simply leaving the car idle for weeks on end, not drawing charge from it. In your case i...
theraginganarchist K9 Third Generation 14 2,737 01-08-2021, 01:28 PM
    Thread: SHOCKED - How to get parts and accessories
Post: RE: SHOCKED - How to get parts and accessories

I completely agree, the way the franchised system of dealers works makes the simple things like buying a part a complete mess. I am lucky that my local dealership lets me walk right past the sharp su...
theraginganarchist General Chat 3 1,268 30-07-2021, 11:23 PM
    Thread: Trickle charge through 12V socket
Post: RE: Trickle charge through 12V socket

I agree with the above, If you want to use any of the commonly available solar trickle chargers without plugging it straight onto the battery each time you are going to have to run a cable from the en...
theraginganarchist K9 Third Generation 14 2,737 30-07-2021, 11:03 PM
    Thread: Double DIN stereo fitting
Post: RE: Double DIN stereo fitting

This adaptor lead lets you control the functions on the Multi Function Display using the steering wheel remote (for skipping tracks etc) that I'm guessing your car has. https://www.dynamicsounds.co.u...
theraginganarchist B9 Second Generation 1 774 20-06-2021, 04:37 PM
    Thread: Driver's seat height
Post: RE: Driver's seat height

I have a Multispace of the same age and on mine you have to use your weight to adjust height of drivers seat. Pull the O shaped lever by your left calf up while you are seated and while leaning forwa...
theraginganarchist B9 Second Generation 3 1,198 16-06-2021, 05:57 PM
    Thread: Camper heating
Post: RE: Camper heating

One other option depending on the current draw of the ceramic heater would be a portable power pack. The more expensive ones can power over 1000w. AC Personally I use a dimplex 250w fan heater and p...
theraginganarchist Campers and Conversions 6 1,872 02-06-2021, 12:09 PM
    Thread: Roof Bar Vs Roof Rail
Post: RE: Roof Bar Vs Roof Rail

The "proper OEM" bolts will only be suitable for the OEM roof rails as they are a specific length to go through the body of them.
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 4,961 25-05-2021, 02:37 AM
    Thread: Roof Bar Vs Roof Rail
Post: RE: Roof Bar Vs Roof Rail

The first time I took the caps out I had to destroy them to get them out. This could well have been due to the 7 or 8 years of crap sitting in the threads. It will probably be a easier job once the ...
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 4,961 23-05-2021, 09:20 PM
    Thread: boot jump build
Post: RE: boot jump build

In a Multispace of this age, this measurement will depend on the position of the headrests. When the head rest is at its lowest point the rear seats will not fold completely flat so the height of the...
theraginganarchist Campers and Conversions 8 2,400 22-05-2021, 01:37 PM
    Thread: Roof Bar Vs Roof Rail
Post: RE: Roof Bar Vs Roof Rail

Yeah I found the utlibars to be good, they are UK made so you can trust the ratings/materials slightly more than the ones probably made in China. As I was buying them second hand my non scientific te...
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 4,961 22-05-2021, 01:27 PM
    Thread: Roof Bar Vs Roof Rail
Post: RE: Roof Bar Vs Roof Rail

I have the exact ultibars you linked. I picked them up on ebay for £20 local collection. I was informed that a lot of the aftermarket roof rails are not very good and as the original Citroen ones ar...
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 4,961 20-05-2021, 10:20 PM
    Thread: Leeds based XTR Owner
Post: RE: Leeds based XTR Owner

Welcome to the forum V15ben. Know what you mean, as soon as you buy a berlingo you notice them around so much more. Enjoy Inverness, it's a stunning part of the county, a trip through the cairngorms...
theraginganarchist Introductions 1 911 20-05-2021, 10:07 PM
    Thread: Newbie Questions
Post: RE: Newbie Questions

The route I'm considering taking is to tap into one of the existing 15A AUX passenger compartment fuse circuits. None of mine are currently being used. No heated seats, folding mirrors or refrigeratio...
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 2,377 15-05-2021, 04:22 PM
    Thread: Newbie Questions
Post: RE: Newbie Questions

(15-05-2021, 07:45 AM)RattyCortina Wrote:  Re: the lighter socket, you could always wire another one to a permanent live feed... I am seriously considering doing just this, I highly doubt the 5 ...
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 2,377 15-05-2021, 09:27 AM
    Thread: Newbie Questions
Post: RE: Newbie Questions

(15-05-2021, 06:04 AM)harringtonp Wrote:   (15-05-2021, 01:09 AM)theraginganarchist Wrote:  Hello Harringtonp. With regards to the roof bar caps, I have a 2013 berlingo which was fitted wi...
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 2,377 15-05-2021, 09:19 AM
    Thread: Newbie Questions
Post: RE: Newbie Questions

(14-05-2021, 08:02 PM)Mike Wrote:   (14-05-2021, 07:13 PM)harringtonp Wrote:  Went through the manual and the new Berlingo (well new to me, its 2012)  but there are 3 things I've yet to ans...
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 2,377 15-05-2021, 01:17 AM
    Thread: Newbie Questions
Post: RE: Newbie Questions

Hello Harringtonp. With regards to the roof bar caps, I have a 2013 berlingo which was fitted with caps, i presume since new. Late last year I attempted to remove them. I couldn't pry mine out so e...
theraginganarchist General Chat 14 2,377 15-05-2021, 01:09 AM
    Thread: Rear bumper protector
Post: RE: Rear bumper protector

I chose this one because for my B9 it is profiled to also go over the horizontal lip of the bumper, which i perceived to also be likely to get bashed. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/274027305992 The sam...
theraginganarchist K9 Third Generation 7 2,235 27-04-2021, 09:45 PM
    Thread: Window Blinds
Post: RE: Window Blinds

(08-04-2021, 04:05 PM)Aigburth Lad Wrote:  I have a full set of dark window blinds for the Multi Space B9 variant. Bought last year when we had the older B'ingo that had no window tint. They are...
theraginganarchist Parts For Sale 3 1,583 09-04-2021, 12:05 AM
    Thread: Battery drain
Post: RE: Battery drain

My suggestion would be to pull the radio out using release keys and unplug the fakra cable which supplies the power to it, then check again for the current drain. This will tell you if it is the radi...
theraginganarchist B9 Second Generation 16 3,301 05-04-2021, 12:38 PM