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MTXM
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Re: Hello!

Post by MTXM » Wed Apr 11, 2018 9:08 pm

The non-working speedo will most likely be a broken or detached cable Peter and the first place to check is behind the instruments. With regards, Matthew T.
1989 V6 Exclusive (Poland car)
1990 V6sei auto (grey auto)
1990 V6sei manual (gold car)
1990 V6.24 Pallas (Germany car)
1990 V6.24v (Scotland car)
1992 V6sei auto (blue auto)
Other previous XM sold and broken too many to mention!

Pibbow
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Re: Hello!

Post by Pibbow » Wed Apr 11, 2018 9:41 pm

MTXM wrote:The non-working speedo will most likely be a broken or detached cable Peter and the first place to check is behind the instruments. With regards, Matthew T.
Thanks again Matthew is it a nightmare to get at? One final question for this evening.....what batteries fit the remote blip key? My dear old dad must have removed them so I can't identify them !

Cheers P

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Re: Hello!

Post by Pibbow » Thu Apr 12, 2018 4:46 pm

Pibbow wrote:
xmexclusive wrote:Hi Pibbow

Send me a PM (personal message) through the website with your name and address.
We agree a price that includes post, then I send it to you.
If you are satisfied with the item, you pay me, if not you pay to post it back.

John
OK John that's very good of you. I'll pm you later.

Cheers Peter

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Hi John

I have tried to reply through the pm system but it won't send?? Anyway in reply to your message that is all great thanks so much and as in the picture I think it's a Fahrenheit screen.


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xmexclusive
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Re: Hello!

Post by xmexclusive » Thu Apr 12, 2018 5:09 pm

Hi Peter

PM's get through.
Website has a fault which says they have not been sent.
Ciaran will sort it one of these days when he gets time.

John

Pibbow
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Re: Hello!

Post by Pibbow » Thu Apr 12, 2018 5:59 pm

Ok it just shows a spinning wheel at my end! sorry if you received many pm's!!

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White Exec
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Orga / RP numbers: RP7165
1996 2.5TD saloon, manual, Polar White
Location: ex-Ealing, Cheshire, W.Sussex & Surrey. Now living in Sayalonga (Malaga, Spain)

Re: Hello!

Post by White Exec » Thu Apr 12, 2018 6:09 pm

Just sent you a test message, Pibbow.
After hitting Submit, it took about 30sec to show up as sent: Message appears as an item in your Outbox, and disappears from there when the recipient reads it. That way, you know when a message has been read.
Chris
1996 XM 2.5TD Exclusive RP7165 Polar White
2003 RAV4 D4D 2.0 5dr LHD Silver WORKHORSE
1989 BX19RD Delage Red Deceased; 1998 ZX 1.9D Avantage auto Triton Green Company car 1998-2001; 2001 Xantia 1.8i auto Wicked Red Company car 2001-2003

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Re: Hello!

Post by Dieselman » Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:53 am

Pibbow wrote: if anyone has a gear knob going spare mine crumbled in my hand tonight,
You can buy a new gear knob through any Peugeot-Citroen dealer. P/n. 2403E0. price £20.
1992 3.0 V6-24.Rp 5713 EXY Black
1992 2.1SD M.RP 5685 in ENT Blue Sideral
Previous:
1990 2.1SD M.RP 5049 in EJV Mandarin
1992 2.1SD A.RP 5698 in EJV Mandarin
1994 2.1SD A.RP 6218 in ERT Triton Green
1991 2.0SI M.RP 5187 in EWT White

Pibbow
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Re: Hello!

Post by Pibbow » Fri Apr 13, 2018 12:09 pm

Thanks for that mate

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Re: Hello!

Post by renault760 » Fri Apr 13, 2018 3:11 pm

Hi Peter. Your car looks good and I'm glad you are resurrecting it, especially considering it's family history and rarity. Following your story is kinda motivating me to do something with mine.

£20 for a gear knob though? Blimey.

Good luck and just keep thinking of what it will be like when it's all sorted, (if an old car ever can be, of course!)

LG.

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Re: Hello!

Post by Pibbow » Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:21 pm

Well guys what an eventful couple of weeks since I first posted my story.

This weekend I had the absolute pleasure of having Malcolm Orme from Savoy Citroen come and visit us and my xm. After a brief look over I was glad to hear my suspicions were correct and she is in pretty good shape.

I'll be taking her down for Malcolm to get stuck in as soon as an can get a couple of days away from work . Can't wait!

P

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