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My trusty little white van
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Very nice mate. I love my mark 2, they're a very good looking vehicle.......... I see your fuel cap casing has dropped off. Mine dropped off last week :-(
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Those fuel cap casings I think should be stuck on. I took mine off and ran a bead of silicon around it before popping it back on, it might make a difference...
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Definitely one annoying feature of the mark2 prunty. Will get round to sticking the buggar back on at some point.
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The casing was not on when I bought it. Does not bother me. Been very impressed with the van after 12 months. The next year should be interesting as I presently have a job that means I am doing LOTS of miles each day. Fingers crossed the reliability stays Smile
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drool::drool::drool::drool::drool::drool::drool::drool::drool:

Looks just like mine you haven't borrowed it off my drive have you :whistle:

My fuel cap cover wasn't on mine when I got it mind you neither was the locking fuel cap so I've got one of those temporary push on things for now, must source a replacement sometime soon.

:wave:
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Most of the vans have the fuel caps missing, Mine was too! You can get them on ebay for about £15 IIRC Smile
'04 Peugeot Partner HDi LX. Lows, Leaks and Wellers. Now matt grey and dent free Smile

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(16-09-2012, 04:25 PM)PeteA Wrote:  Most of the vans have the fuel caps missing, Mine was too! You can get them on ebay for about £15 IIRC Smile

Just had a look, around £15 for the trim / cover and £38 for the cheapest locking cap and key .... :censored: Time to look in the scrapyards as I won't be paying that sort of money.

Geoff :thumbsup:
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(16-09-2012, 04:36 PM)geoff Wrote:  
(16-09-2012, 04:25 PM)PeteA Wrote:  Most of the vans have the fuel caps missing, Mine was too! You can get them on ebay for about £15 IIRC Smile

Just had a look, around £15 for the trim / cover and £38 for the cheapest locking cap and key .... :censored: Time to look in the scrapyards as I won't be paying that sort of money.

Geoff :thumbsup:

I got one from Citroen at same cost £15 , well done main dealer ! Now then , it came pre primed in white , does anyone know specific name of 03 white top coat ?, can it be purchased in aerosol form from local car spares place or is it main dealer for a gigantic oil drum sized mix from code inside door ?
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Don't know the code, but, for mine I was able to buy from a Peugeot dealer a normal size aerosol can of matched paint and appropriate lacquer
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