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Service light reset?
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Hi to all,

Now my mk1 van is nicely run in at 190k i have bought a mk2 multispace (06) 1.6hdi to try to ease the fuel burden of our 3.3 petrol grand voyager (too many kids)! anyway  service history is good but i am now about to service it myself as its due so a couple of questions.

Is it possible to turn of service indicator without lexia or similar?
Should i remove filter from turbo oil feed pipe, will i need anything to do this?
How hard is it to change cambelt time/money?

Thanks 

Terry
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(25-06-2015, 08:37 PM)terryd999 Wrote:  Hi to all,

Now my mk1 van is nicely run in at 190k i have bought a mk2 multispace (06) 1.6hdi to try to ease the fuel burden of our 3.3 petrol grand voyager (too many kids)! anyway  service history is good but i am now about to service it myself as its due so a couple of questions.

Is it possible to turn of service indicator without lexia or similar?
Should i remove filter from turbo oil feed pipe, will i need anything to do this?
How hard is it to change cambelt time/money?

Thanks 

Terry

Re reset the service light yes you can do it without any tools/software

Turn ignition off, press the black button on the speedometer and you will see a count down from 10 see you tube link below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8HSNcRvlhA 

Re service see attached compilation notes that should help out

HTH


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.pdf   Berlingo Mk2 1-6HDI servicing Rev4.pdf (Size: 2.21 MB / Downloads: 10)
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It has been said before keep her well serviced she will serve you well you can take the filter out not to hard bit of a pig to get to no special
tool's needed when you take filter out have good look at it if it's clean all well  Smile
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