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Alternatives to B.L. Autos
If you want to see what Citropro know about the C6, look at this image. No need to mark the wiring connectors as they have done it several times


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Posted by C6Dave on 17 July 2019

Re-Coding a Key
4 years later and it still works this way if your key fob battery has died and been replaced.

Key in ignition, turn on, wait 5 seconds, turn off but leave key in place for 15 seconds before removing.

Wo...
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Posted by C6Dave on 15 July 2019

Hello From New Member
That link was set up when I built the site and Citroen were still selling used C6's

I have now altered it so it points to the owners marketplace on site
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Posted by C6Dave on 13 July 2019

LDS Warning Label's
Attention C6 Owners


courtesy of frenchcarforum

Another member of the Forum recently had his C5 X7 LDS tank explode at a recent tyre fitting session, when the vehicle was lowered back to the ground.

For ...
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Posted by Trainman on 12 July 2019

Power steering fuild leak
So a previous repair has been bodged rather badly. They used some quite stiff plastic hose and left it rubbing against the driveshaft.


Citroen want £350 for a complete pipe set, and because of all the ...
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Posted by rwb on 12 July 2019

C6 "Comfort spheres" *done*
Hi as I wrote these 70Bars are C6 front middle spheres. Basically you can have 70-70-70 on front or 70-62-70 as I have. The 62Bar (old style CX/BX sphere) has a larger membrane so it should be smoothe...
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Posted by joopajaa on 05 July 2019

C6 "Comfort spheres" *done*
Hi just wanted to inform that adding 70Bar ones to front corners and old style 62Bar accumulator sphere to middle will make the run much smoother IMHO. There is the softness I missed earlier (had stoc...
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Posted by joopajaa on 04 July 2019

2.7 HDI Excessive Fuel Pressure
Just to confirm Travilcans post, here is the related error document (available in Tech Docs but you need to download and unzip)


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Posted by C6Dave on 30 June 2019

2.7 HDI Excessive Fuel Pressure
Yep, caused by dirt in the diesel pump inlet (the one under the hood). Ended up replacing it.
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Posted by travlician on 30 June 2019

Well one should never say never....
Yes I've gone and done it again and bought another C6.... This one is a 2008 reg 2.7 Lignage which has black leather and Navidrive factory upgrades and is fitted with 3.0 Hdi 'Atlantique' wheels with ...
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Posted by C6Dave on 25 June 2019

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