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Hi to all,

Our previous Berlingo multispace, at the beginning of last year, suffered the ignominy of a cam belt breaking a couple of weeks before it was due to have a service combined with cambelt change.    After a year or so with a Ford Focus, which drives like a dream, we're now going back to Berlingo ownership.     Roy and Ally
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If it was a 2.0hdi they often break the rockers and don't bend the valves even though contact has been made, always check the height of the valve tops and if all level then it's worth spending on rockers and cambelt to get it running again... Just for future reference and incase anyone reads this in the future!
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