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    Thread: [SOLVED] 2.0HDi cruise control
Post: RE: 2.0HDi cruise control

The brake switch is the same one that works the brake lights. We have an after market cruise control fitted to our M59 1.9D Romahome. It doesnt have the clutch switch as the installer said there isn...
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 30 5,292 14-04-2021, 05:58 AM
    Thread: Load sensing valve , fitting spring Help!!
Post: RE: Load sensing valve , fitting spring Help!!

I notice that when ours is jacked up and supported under the axle beam so that there is no load on the suspension the spring is slack Peter
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 1 411 13-04-2021, 12:02 PM
    Thread: Master Cylinder
Post: RE: Master Cylinder

I filled the master cylinder before I fitted it. Bled al 4 exit pipes again when I first fitted it. Problem now sorted though with pressure bleeder but it was a mess job. power washer will be out t...
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 7 1,135 13-04-2021, 12:00 PM
    Thread: Master Cylinder
Post: RE: Master Cylinder

Master cylinder fitted, an easier job than expected but still cant bleed the brakes, vac bleeder doesnt seem to create enough vacuum. Have bought a pressure bleeder and will try that today, if not su...
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 7 1,135 13-04-2021, 06:28 AM
    Thread: Master Cylinder
Post: RE: Master Cylinder

I havw a vac bleeder if it still works and I shall fill it on the benche before I fit it. Peter
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 7 1,135 08-04-2021, 09:01 PM
    Thread: Master Cylinder
Post: Master Cylinder

Any tips for changing the master cylinder and bleeding the brakes? Peter
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 7 1,135 08-04-2021, 10:49 AM
    Thread: Multispace 2003 Berlingo Parcel Shelf
Post: RE: Multispace 2003 Berlingo Parcel Shelf

The "parcel shelf" is actually a roller bind on this model. Peter
Romahomepete Wanted To Buy/Trade 5 2,177 06-04-2021, 06:34 AM
    Thread: No brakes
Post: RE: No brakes

I wondered if I had flipped a seal in the MC, at 14 years old and 105000 if I have to replace the MC it is not the end of the world. It has been a cheap vehicle to run all these years Peter
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 7 747 31-03-2021, 07:59 AM
    Thread: No brakes
Post: RE: No brakes

Going to try my vac bleeder tomorrow Peter
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 7 747 31-03-2021, 07:57 AM
    Thread: No brakes
Post: RE: No brakes

That is what I thought at first but there is no resistance to the pedal, it goes straight to the floor and isnt the load valve a PITA to get at!!! Peter
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 7 747 31-03-2021, 07:36 AM
    Thread: No brakes
Post: No brakes

Changed the rea shoes and cylinders yesterday. I can bleed one side but not the other (I did one side at a time and bled the first side before I started on the second).  I cannot get any pressure on t...
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 7 747 31-03-2021, 05:43 AM
    Thread: Factory fitted leisure battery?
Post: RE: Factory fitted leisure battery?

Ours wasnt a split charger, it was justa power cable for the hoist, the supply was taken from the fuse box under the bonnet and awsa a permanent live. When we had it I wired it to a cigar lighter so...
Romahomepete Campers and Conversions 5 1,188 24-03-2021, 08:36 AM
    Thread: Factory fitted leisure battery?
Post: RE: Factory fitted leisure battery?

Is it an ex motability car? We had one, it had been fitted with a hoist. The mountings had been well hidden so we didnt know about the hoist but when I wanted to fit an extra power supply in the rea...
Romahomepete Campers and Conversions 5 1,188 22-03-2021, 07:27 AM
    Thread: Clutch has gone awol, what did you pay for yours?
Post: RE: Clutch has gone awol, what did you pay for you...

Clutch specialists are always cheaper and quicker than jobbing garages. Peter
Romahomepete B9 Second Generation 39 7,675 19-03-2021, 08:55 AM
    Thread: Timer Belt
Post: RE: Timer Belt

(14-03-2021, 08:30 AM)jedmo Wrote:  thank everyone! I'll get it booked in......  :( I would get it done, the mileage and time period dffer between engines. They will be replacing the belt, tens...
Romahomepete B9 Second Generation 9 1,713 14-03-2021, 09:30 AM
    Thread: power steering pipe removal
Post: RE: power steering pipe removal

They were fitted at the factory so I prefer to have them. My son's Ford Focus has nothing to keep the disks tight to the hub at the front. They just slide over the wheel studs. One reason for the s...
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 8 2,741 14-03-2021, 09:26 AM
    Thread: power steering pipe removal
Post: RE: power steering pipe removal

Torx, I hate torx, had the brake drums off my M59 last week, ended up drilling one of the retaing bolt heads off. When I repolace the brake linings I will replace the csk bolts with allen screws. Pet...
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 8 2,741 12-03-2021, 08:23 AM
    Thread: 1.9 DW8 Starting issue
Post: RE: 1.9 DW8 Starting issue

The fuel filter seal and priming buttons are noted for causing trouble by letting air in. It is not expensive to change the combined filter housing and primimg button Peter
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 3 1,169 12-03-2021, 08:17 AM
    Thread: Rear interior plastics
Post: RE: Rear interior plastics

I would think dealer, scrapyard, Ebay Peter
Romahomepete B9 Second Generation 2 781 11-03-2021, 02:56 PM
    Thread: 2005 Berlingo 1.9 Diesel Fuel Filter.
Post: RE: 2005 Berlingo 1.9 Diesel Fuel Filter.

Make sure you get it good and tight, they can leak air here and it makes them a pig to start first thing Peter
Romahomepete M59 Berlingo 3 1,047 09-03-2021, 02:57 PM