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Youngest Berlingo owner ever?
Hey guys! I just picked up my new berlingo yesterday Big Grin 55 reg forte multispace in blue. Already upgraded head unit to a pioneer, sounds good - but issues with it staying on for like a minute or so after turning car off and locking it, solutions? (I've seen some guides, but I get confused easily - so could some one put it a lil simpler? haha) Oh and I reckon I may be one of the youngest berlingo owners here... I'm 18!

Also - any way to change the colour bulbs behind the dials etc, atm is orange and really want them to be blue!

Thanks guys Big Grin
If it aint broke don't fix it... if it is broke, who gives a rats ass?
Hello & welcome, nice to see that you've started young.

As regards the radio, the simplest solution seems to be to take the +ve supply from the lighter socket.

The instrument cluster is illuminated by LED's which are surface mount soldered into the panel. It is possible to remove & replace them but you need a fine soldering iron and a VERY steady hand to do it - I chickened out !!!! If you want to go ahead I can send you a link for further information.
Hi jstar
Welcome to the forum.
You`re 18 with a Berlingo

I`m 54 & just had a "sponsored hair perm" in aid of Bluebell Wood Childrens Hospice went the whole hog and had No12 Blonde Highlights Smile

2003 Citroën Berlingo 2.0HDi Multispace Desire
Hate to burst your bubble, but im 17, and had it since i was 16, and bought with my own pound notes Big Grin
You don't need to take a live feed from anywhere else for your head unit.

Mine is a Pioneer DEH 4300 and works perfect. The 'live' you are currently using is the eco live, which dies a minute or so after the key is removed, so the pre-sets are lost. It doesn't turn on and off with the ignition. It then comes live again when the doors are open. You need to use the proper 'live' feed.

I swapped the number 4 with the number 6 as 6 is a 'true' switched live feed that normally becomes redundant with and ISO adaptor. Number 4 is of no use at all, so use 6 for your live. No need to feed off anything else or the electric windows, there's a live feed there already.

Thanks tuck, will give it a go!

BTW anyone know any decent 10cm speakers to go in rear? Uprated fronts to aplines, but the magnets on the 10's were too big to fit the gap - and dont fancy taking the angle grinder to the berlingo just yet!

And wavin I'm impressed !
If it aint broke don't fix it... if it is broke, who gives a rats ass?
I upgraded the rear speakers and yes the magnets are too big for the existing screws. I found some longer screws and they went in without hacking the fittings to bits.

I't's a tight squeeze putting the cover back, but it goes on.
I upgraded mine and cut out so they could fit in better, afterall, no cuts are seen due to the speaker grille
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