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Nikolaj   
Sun Jan 12 2020, 02:36pm
Joined: Aug 29 2019
Member No: #4047
Location: Roskilde
Removing injectors is no problem with this rather cheap tool: - Click Here -

Worst part is actually not to drop the secure clips from the return pipes into the engine bay.
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 cruiserphil (13 January 2020)
CorneSoutAfrica   
Wed Jan 29 2020, 07:11pm
Joined: Oct 23 2016
Member No: #2836
Location: lichtenburg
Dropped them myself!! And with no Citroen dealer closeby I went to a Ford dealership. They gave me 4 for free. So I guess not only Cits got the ‘lost a clip’ problem
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 cruiserphil (30 January 2020)
Nikolaj   
Sun Feb 16 2020, 05:33pm
Joined: Aug 29 2019
Member No: #4047
Location: Roskilde
Okay then, only 3 months and about 6000 km. then my sensor looks like this again:




And I just returned from the annual cleaning (skiing) trip to the Alps, around 1400km straight each way, so I would thing the engine is as clean as it can possible get from a long run.

If the Map sensor gunk up so fast, I could probably see a difference after a tank full of fuel, and maybe see a difference between regular and premium fuel, and with or without additives.
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