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From possible to actual (previously "Hello from a possible C6 owner")
I took the leap! Not my first Citroën-mad leap, but I've done it.

Thanks to advice on this and the fb forum, I flew from Dublin to Leeds last week and drove home in a beautiful 2.7 HDi Exclusive. 2007 ...
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Posted by 82t on 14 February 2018

Timing belt change, what else to do whilst she's opened up?
A little advice (from my experience with this car), take a look at the accessories tensioner. It's fragile and could need replacement.
Also check very carefully if the tensioner has been tighten with o...
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Posted by machsantos on 15 February 2018

Hello from almost new owner...
Hello guys,

Looking at buying my 1st 'used' C6 in the next few days, having previously had three new ones as company cars between 2006-2008.

They are starting to look like amazing value 10 years on...

Lo...
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Posted by Sea6Steve on 20 February 2018

Timing belt change, what else to do whilst she's opened up?
I'm assuming you have a 2.7HDi engine.
Whilst I've not laid spanners on a car and got my hands dirty doing a cambelt job, I have watched many jobs being carried out and discussed with the mechanic doin...
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Posted by Hattershaun on 14 February 2018

From possible to actual (previously "Hello from a possible C6 owner")
Enjoy your new car.
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Posted by Hattershaun on 14 February 2018

Timing belt change, what else to do whilst she's opened up?
you'll probably break them when you re/move the sensor on the timing chain cover.

As well as the thermostat housing consider changing the water inlet as well. Again it's plastic and does deteriorate ...
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Posted by MGmike on 15 February 2018

RT4 Audio/Nav malfunction
Many thanks for all your responses.

I contacted Clarion and they are very happy to help but need the order to be placed by a dealership. I will let you know how I get on . They advised that its likely ...
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Posted by dan2earth on 16 February 2018

28in Michelin wiper blades £4.99 this week at Aldi
They haven't got the pin mountings but they do have adaptors so can probably work something out.. good value at £4.99 a pair and 28in ones are less in demand, so should be some left at your local bran...
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Posted by PercyPorcelain on 16 February 2018

Tyre Pressure Sensors
I am pleased with the change to CUB universal TPMS, low price, good quality and they trick the car computer into believing they are the originals.
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Posted by Tjensen on 17 February 2018

Drivers heater flap guide?
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Posted by David Hallworth on 18 February 2018

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