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Well the first service I have done on the wife's 306 .The oil filter is a bit fiddly to get out but not the worst ,air filter a breeze ,the fuel filter once clip off the easy bit the lid was stubborn well stuck ,once put new filter in refitted lid and clip about 20 pumps on primer then started car and died primed it again 20 pumps started and died the same again and hey presto up and running all ok.
Just the drop links well that was a struggle at first cutting bolts then found big pair of mole grips and piece of cake easy .so drivers side about 45 mins to do and a lot of hot air to say the least passanger side 15 mins after the use of mole grips to remove the nuts and all sunshine lolly pops and rainbows:D
 

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Well the first service I have done on the wife's 306 .The oil filter is a bit fiddly to get out but not the worst ,air filter a breeze ,the fuel filter once clip off the easy bit the lid was stubborn well stuck ,once put new filter in refitted lid and clip about 20 pumps on primer then started car and died primed it again 20 pumps started and died the same again and hey presto up and running all ok.
Just the drop links well that was a struggle at first cutting bolts then found big pair of mole grips and piece of cake easy .so drivers side about 45 mins to do and a lot of hot air to say the least passanger side 15 mins after the use of mole grips to remove the nuts and all sunshine lolly pops and rainbows:D
You forgot to mention the warm fuzzy feeling of job satisfaction.
 
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