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Berlingo Modutop Rear Cupboard Door Hinges
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Berlingo Modutop Rear Cupboard Door Hinges [Image: 29w2smq.jpg]

Posted this so owners can see how the hinges are fitted into the modutop as they are not easy to get to or see them when replacing the two doors.
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As far as I am aware the hinge on the door is part of the door moulding. The doors are extremely expensive.
I have a 2006 Desire but they are all the same. Many of our members have had these hinges fail and the most
popular solution seems to be the judicious application of Velcro or leave the doors off.
The alloys that you are after are extremely rare, I have never ever seen any. But the plastic trolley retaining mouldings
might be obtained from one of the on on-line breakers. HTH

Oh! Welcome to the Berlingo Forum.
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(24-06-2012, 11:04 PM)OlJeffers Wrote:  As far as I am aware the hinge on the door is part of the door moulding. The doors are extremely expensive.
I have a 2006 Desire but they are all the same. Many of our members have had these hinges fail and the most
popular solution seems to be the judicious application of Velcro or leave the doors off.
The alloys that you are after are extremely rare, I have never ever seen any. But the plastic trolley retaining mouldings
might be obtained from one of the on on-line breakers. HTH

Oh! Welcome to the Berlingo Forum.

I got a quote from Citroen for the doors at a whopping £144 but i managed to get one from a breakers out of a peugeot partner escapade for £10.. they are like hens teeth to get hold off. Citroen quoted nearly £70 for the top trim with the velcro on for holding the trolley handle so i'm still searching for a desire being broken up for parts, the bottom trolley stand is 2 parts and they are'nt too expensive from the citroen dealer. im trying to get some Picasso 5416G7 trims for the time being hoping they will fit ok on the berlingo multispace till a set of alloys are sought .
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Remember some Berlingo Desires were fitted with 15" wheels and I think some
older ones had 14" wheels fitted. These too are interchangeable (as long as you change all four!!)
The overall diameter of the wheels with tyres fitted is virtually identical so there's no problem
with the speedo being way out!
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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