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Have locked up crank + cam shafts and need to set pump pully
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there should be a hole in the pulley that you can stick a screwdriver through and it will fit into a hole or spot on the block to hold it while you loosen the bolt.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
No. The levelling valve leak is usually an indication that there is wear in the hydraulic system elsewhere. Probably in the suspension cylinders. They supply too much hydraulic fluid on the return system when they get worn and as all connections are push fit on the return side leaks will show up at the weakest point.
The valve itself only moves 2mm max and not really a servicable unit.
How is the rest of the suspension? Do you have the electro hydraulic system with the larger pipes feeding the spheres? Some unscrupulous people neglect to replace or recharge the two centre spheres because they are difficult to access and this increases pressure on the whole system.
Replacing the valve is not a big job. But please be aware there are serious pressures involved and could result in injury. Also the set-up procedure has to be carried out on a 4 post ramp with Citroen tools.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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the fuel filter should be on the fronnt right of the head (black canister with 4 allan key bolts on top) or front center of the head(oval unit)
it is possable that the fuel pump has gone down or the fuel cut off switch has been activated this is located on the n/s/f inner wing on the top strut mount
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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