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Berlingo B9 Tool Kit [Jack]
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I have recently bought a 2008 Berlingo B9 Type Multispace [to replace a 2007 M59 Multispace that was written off when someone drove into the back of me] and have just noticed that the jack/wheel-brace/chock all seem to be missing. I have looked in the various places it might be and it's not there. So just to check I have been looking in the correct place where exactly is it located in a B9 type Berlingo?

Also can anyone send me a photo of exactly what is in the kit, so I can get it all replaced?

Thanks.
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#2
(25-03-2016, 09:26 PM)Multispacer Wrote:  I have recently bought a 2008 Berlingo B9 Type Multispace [to replace a 2007 M59 Multispace that was written off when someone drove into the back of me] and have just noticed that the jack/wheel-brace/chock all seem to be missing. I have looked in the various places it might be and it's not there. So just to check I have been looking in the correct place where exactly is it located in a B9 type Berlingo?

Also can anyone send me a photo of exactly what is in the kit, so I can get it all replaced?

Thanks.

Hi

look under the drivers seat, there is a plastic draw which should have the gear in it. Let me know if you still need a photo and will organise one

HTH
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#3
Mine is in a cubby hole under the pass seat but there is same under drivers' seat so look there as well.
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
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(25-03-2016, 09:58 PM)manuk Wrote:  
(25-03-2016, 09:26 PM)Multispacer Wrote:  I have recently bought a 2008 Berlingo B9 Type Multispace [to replace a 2007 M59 Multispace that was written off when someone drove into the back of me] and have just noticed that the jack/wheel-brace/chock all seem to be missing. I have looked in the various places it might be and it's not there. So just to check I have been looking in the correct place where exactly is it located in a B9 type Berlingo?

Also can anyone send me a photo of exactly what is in the kit, so I can get it all replaced?

Thanks.

Hi

look under the drivers seat, there is a plastic draw which should have the gear in it. Let me know if you still need a photo and will organise one

HTH

Thanks for the reply. I have looked under there and it's empty  Sad ...so if you can send a photo that would be great, that way I can look around for a replacement.
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#5
The drawer under the driver's seat should be empty. The jack and toolkit are in a compartment under the passenger seat. Not the one in the rear foot well , it's right under the front seat. You need to slide the seat fully forward to see it. There's a lift-up flap in the carpet.
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#6
(25-03-2016, 10:05 PM)doofer Wrote:  The drawer under the driver's seat should be empty.  The jack and toolkit are in a compartment under the passenger seat.  Not the one in the rear foot well , it's right under the front seat.  You need to slide the seat fully forward to see it.  There's a lift-up flap in the carpet.

I've looked there, unfortunately that's empty as well  Sad
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#7
Not in the R pass floor boxes?
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
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#8
(25-03-2016, 10:08 PM)ron Wrote:  Not in the R pass floor boxes?

No, that's empty as well, looks like I'll have to get one from a scrappy. Any photos of the complete kit anyone, so I know exactly what I'm looking for? Thanks.
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#9
Push the drivers seat forward and you may find it there behind the seat, that is where mine has been from new.  Idea
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#10
In our M59 they are behind a plastic moulded panel in the boot on the right hand side as you look with the rear door up. Do any of the newer ones use the same place ?
So where does this bit go then ?
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