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    Thread: 1.6 petrol non-start
Post: RE: 1.6 petrol non-start

The clicking is the starter solenoid 'calling' but not enough power to drive the starter itself. Fully charge the battery and see if it will start. Whilst the battery is being charged then check, as s...
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 13 1,016 19-01-2022, 09:10 AM
    Thread: Trolly jack
Post: RE: Trolly jack

Machine Mart do a good range - this type is more stable - I have 1 of these, plus 2 others (!) , but do get a pair of axle stands just for the sake of safety.
oilyrag General Chat 3 525 16-01-2022, 05:44 PM
    Thread: 6 speed box
Post: RE: 6 speed box

Mr C looks to be right! This link might help
oilyrag B9 Second Generation 10 940 15-01-2022, 10:33 AM
    Thread: Brake pads
Post: RE: Brake pads

Sorry, meant Bosch, but fingers wrote Bendix. Also ventilated discs don't use same pads as non-ventilated. I think the Girling mentioned above are the Lucas ones, as Lucas took over Girling some years...
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 6 427 14-01-2022, 11:51 PM
    Thread: Brake pads
Post: RE: Brake pads

For the earlier models there were two different makes of caliper , Lucas and Bendix, with different pads. The Lucas ones on mine have a wire spring arrangement held with a rivet on the central 'lug' o...
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 6 427 14-01-2022, 11:50 PM
    Thread: Front Wiper Arms
Post: RE: Front Wiper Arms

Arm that cranks downwards at last 3" is the drivers side, and the one that cranks upwards at the last 3" is the passenger side.
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 1 560 08-01-2022, 06:00 PM
    Thread: Bleeding Brakes. (again)
Post: RE: Bleeding Brakes. (again)

When finished with the lit it's worth rolling up a couple of paper towels and putting/leaving them inside the emptied bleeder reservoir. Also clean the tin cap really thoroughly and coat with grease o...
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 5 1,063 06-01-2022, 03:09 PM
    Thread: Fuel filter O ring - £130 help!
Post: RE: Fuel filter O ring - £130 help!

(28-12-2021, 08:19 PM)SA Owner Wrote:   (27-12-2021, 09:46 AM)ffrenchie Wrote:   (27-12-2021, 08:03 AM)brodfather11 Wrote:  Look at the last post by GEOFF and the ebay link . The title...
oilyrag General Chat 15 3,281 05-01-2022, 07:52 AM
    Thread: Bleeding Brakes. (again)
Post: RE: Bleeding Brakes. (again)

Are you using something like an Eezibleed - mine needs the continuous push of that to expel all of the air. Manual bleeding doesn't move enough fluid to push bubbles past any uphill parts of the syst...
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 5 1,063 03-01-2022, 07:49 PM
    Thread: Heater only blows cold
Post: RE: Heater only blows cold

Meant to add - if the matrix doesn't flush well then thoroughly dissolve a dishwasher tablet in a jug of boiling water and feed this into the matrix and leave for a couple of hours. The tablet contai...
oilyrag B9 Second Generation 7 604 02-01-2022, 05:37 PM
    Thread: Diesel leaking when cold
Post: RE: Diesel leaking when cold

[attachment=6908]I think that this is the stop/start solenoid which is available as an assembly - around £60?
oilyrag M49 Berlingo 3 574 24-12-2021, 05:28 AM
    Thread: Towbar wiring 2004 multispace
Post: RE: Towbar wiring 2004 multispace

Well, by the time you've gathered the bits you need it probably won't be any cheaper and you'll get a wiring diagram too - you can't simply add additional load to the indicator/hazard lights as it wil...
oilyrag General Chat 4 779 19-12-2021, 08:15 PM
    Thread: Tailgate won't open - need spares
Post: RE: Tailgate won't open - need spares

(14-12-2021, 02:27 PM)Cims1 Wrote:   (14-12-2021, 12:19 PM)oilyrag Wrote:  Maybe not the correct one, but a complete tailgate might be cheaper option, and then take the remains to the tip? ...
oilyrag B9 Second Generation 3 768 14-12-2021, 10:18 PM
    Thread: Warming/defrosting van on cold mornings
Post: RE: Warming/defrosting van on cold mornings

What about a log burner and your wife and dogs could sleep comfortably outside. If your missus needs to come in for the toilet she can use the redundant cat-flap.  If you do go ahead with the plan you...
oilyrag B9 Second Generation 11 1,363 29-11-2021, 09:57 PM
    Thread: Changed thermostat now no heat.
Post: RE: Changed thermostat now no heat.

Hi Wil,  in the absence of anyone more knowledgeable I'll give it a try.  The cooling system can be a pig to fill and it sounds as though yours may be all the worse from the sealant.  If you have the ...
oilyrag M49 Berlingo 2 650 29-11-2021, 07:18 AM
    Thread: Advice required for engine and gearbox removal please.
Post: RE: Advice required for engine and gearbox removal...

If leaving the engine in place, then taking the gearbox out is not that difficult, nor is changing the clutch assembly.  Again, the cam belt change is not too bad either.  Taking the engine out distur...
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 9 1,119 26-11-2021, 10:31 PM
    Thread: Problem with lights
Post: RE: Problem with lights

Might be worth looking at any earthing points as a lay-up can 'aid' corrosion.   Good luck!
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 15 2,199 26-11-2021, 09:15 PM
    Thread: Input shaft play
Post: RE: Input shaft play

Haven't taken one apart myself but the part shown is probably the sleeve that the clutch release mechanism runs on and may contain the gearbox seal/input shaft bearing. The input shaft is not only sup...
oilyrag B9 Second Generation 5 872 23-11-2021, 06:14 PM
    Thread: Lost 5th gear
Post: RE: Lost 5th gear

It looks as though repair kits are available, which might suggest that it can be repaired 'in situ'? And YouTube may have a guide if you search?
oilyrag B9 Second Generation 4 792 21-11-2021, 11:03 PM
    Thread: Front suspension knocking ???
Post: RE: Front suspension knocking ???

The anti-roll bar links are also prone to wear and can cause a lot of noise for their size. Cheap enough and simple to change and, if you have to take the strut out for the top bearing, can be done at...
oilyrag M59 Berlingo 8 1,951 19-11-2021, 09:26 PM