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Timing belt change
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Seeing as my little blue berlingo has passed its MOT with a bit of work. I am looking at getting a Timing belt, pulley and water pump change. The auxillary belt is looking worn and as it has no history it seems like a good plan.

Its a 1.8 petrol, does anyone know any good garages in Bristol and how much would you expect it to cost?

Tempted to try it myself but its a lot more involved than the anything i have done before. Having said that if I dont try i wont learn.
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I would look up the Haynes book of lies to get an idea.Failing that try to find a Citroen/Peugeot specialist,preferably recommended.Confusedalut::thumbsup:
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Good plan, think I have found a mechanic to give me a hand with it this time though Smile
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