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hello all
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hello,

just a short hi to all of you.
After driven many years with all kinds of saxo and 106 (I know them inside out ...) it is time for something new, a Berlingo 2005 , 1.4L 75hp (kfw)
I am completely new to Berlingos but I think engine / gearbox is pretty similar to saxo/106 (these were also 1.4L ).

thanks for this forum
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Hi scatt welcome to the forum you are spot on the 1.4 engine has been used in many a Peugeot and citroen over the years so you should know your way around the berlingo 1.4
Are we there yet????? Huh
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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Hello and welcome !!!
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Hello scatt welcome along to the to the berlingo forum, good to have you with us.
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A fella had a scatt video on his computer at work.....it was german ..... thats all im saying....??
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Hi!

The only big difference between the 1.4 in your 'new' Berlingo and those you've worked on before is that your new one should have a an automatic tensioner on the timing belt. (It was added in 2003)
Oh, and the clutch is a 200mm instead of a 180mm set.
(The 200mm clutch set and flywheel is slightly heavier, so the engine keeps the speed slightly easier, but also looses a little bit of response. Surprisingly, the 180mm parts will fit just fine... )

I think you'll also find that a lot of the suspension is the same as on your Saxo.

So...
Where's the pictures of the Berlingo?
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(17-07-2019, 04:52 PM)scatt Wrote:  hello,

just a short hi to all of you.
After driven many years with all kinds of saxo and 106 (I know them inside out ...) it is time for something new, a Berlingo 2005 , 1.4L 75hp (kfw)
I am completely new to Berlingos but I think engine / gearbox is pretty similar to saxo/106 (these were also 1.4L ).

thanks for this forum

Welcome aboard the rollercoaster...!

2004 ,1.9d Berlingo Multispace.
called Brian... Smile
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(21-07-2019, 10:33 PM)Art b Wrote:  Welcome aboard the rollercoaster...!

You may want to check out the suspension on your Berlingo.
It's supposed to feel more like a Magic Carpet ride than a Rollercoaster...
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