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Old 15-02-19, 11:18 AM   #151
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Seeing as how its going to be nice and warm this weekend mine is going to get a service and a thorough wash and polish to thank me for starting on all those cold winter mornings.
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Old 14-03-19, 11:46 PM   #152
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mainly used it as a shed/works van. needs some tlc this weekend but as per usual mother nature has other plans ill just have to run out with the dish soap in between showers and gale force wind.
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Old 21-03-19, 01:13 PM   #153
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Finally, some nice weather. Done all the niggling little jobs that have been piling up:

Replace thermostat housing to sort weeping bleed screw.

Remove aerial, clean and re-seal to sort annoying water drip.

Polish wiper scratch from windscreen with Cerium Oxide.
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just done my brakes on front end
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Just replaced the load valve and all the rear brake pipes. Apart from a rounded bolt and a problem with the flaring tool it wasn't too bad to do.
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Just replaced a very old, shiny, cracked auxiliary drivebelt. Managed to do it all from above in about 20 minutes, without removing the wheel and wheel arch liner, but it was fiddly to get the 6mm drill bit into (and out of!) the locking hole while holding back the tensioner pulley on the 3/8" square hole. It was quite a long belt (6PK1565) as my old 2001 1.4 LX has power-assisted steering and air-conditioning, as well as the driven alternator obviously. I'm glad I didn't have to remove any mounting struts or engine stays like I'd seen in some YouTube videos of other 206 variants though!
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