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New interior all fitted, and best of all, no airbag faults.
It has transformed the car. What with a banging sound system (with working stalk remote), the new leather seats, panels, carpet, hydro-dipped trim, gear leaver gator and knob, 406 steering wheel, seat belts, blue back-lights, LED dome lights (bright blue up front and bright white at the rear), all exterior bulbs are LED, apart from side repeaters, and custom clocks, it is a very different place to be compared to when I bought it. Not to mention cruise control and trip computer. The latter two were due to my purchase of PP2000, which is brilliant.
I think I have sorted my comm 2000 issues with intermittent indicators. I had it apart yesterday, and cleaned/lubricated everything. First attempt messed something up as there was no indicators at all, so I took it apart again, and the reassembled it very carefully, and it was working again.
I want to get it remapped now, but I am really confused about the process. I have contacted the guy on here through his business (I cant remember his name) for clarification, and I am waiting to hear back from him.
As well as interior, I have replaced all suspension parts with new quality parts, new clutch, exhaust, all filters, bushes, wheels. Got a replacement front bumper to fit (all being well a mesh lower grill too), new splitter, and hopefully a rear tailgate spoiler, decently bright LED side lights, and awaiting some LED headlights (fitted some to the bike, and was blown away with how bright they are). I have some tasteful DRL's to go on, with a relay to turn them off with headlights on, to fit when I put the replacement bumper on.
All being well, (touch wood) I have a well looked after car that will not throw up any nasty shocks for me in the foreseeable. I know the history of the car, as I bought it off a good friend, and it has always been reliable. My fingers are crossed that it will continue to be so too.
Anyone want a nice, 3 spoke steering wheel with recently hand-stitched cover?
 

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I haven't used them myself, but HDItuning seems to be the go-to place for this sort of thing.

Sounds to me like you've practically rebuilt it already! Any pics?
HDItuning, that's the chap :).

I have out a few pics over various threads. Check my posting history and you should see what I have put up.
 

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I used HDItuning a year or so ago for my Citroen C5 2.2, totally professional job done, car ran so much smoother and went from 130 BHP to 176 BHP very quick indeed. He did used to be in the Bristol area but I think he has relocated to Wales somewhere if memory serves me right .. I would totally recommend him ..
 

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I used HDItuning a year or so ago for my Citroen C5 2.2, totally professional job done, car ran so much smoother and went from 130 BHP to 176 BHP very quick indeed. He did used to be in the Bristol area but I think he has relocated to Wales somewhere if memory serves me right .. I would totally recommend him ..
I intend to get the remap done him. I am just awaiting an email response to a query or two I have.
 
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