Question about Citroen C5
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok, two possibles here. One is that your rear spheres have lost their gas. (Most likely, especially given age of car). Easy enough fix, and the spheres can be got from the likes of allmake for about 30 quid each. Other possibility depends on a couple of factors: if the car doesnt rise at all, after starting or changing the ride height, your main reservoir is probably at fault. If it does rise, but only at the front, then there is a fairly common issue within the levelling system. i cant remember exactly, but there is a ring that needs replacing. Give a citroen dealer a ring...they may even explain it over the phone...
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
SOURCE: i have a citroen c5
2001 Citroen C5 Estate
Yes, this LDS suspension fluid leaking is normal after 10 years of use this car with hydraulic suspension. First time clean carefully the LDS fluid leaking area, then start the engine and move the body up and down by the command button, for few times at maximum. Now see where the leaking LDS fluid is coming from. Then you will need to replace bad hydraulic pipe with a new one. The hydraulic suspension system can only be depressurized and repressurized using "Lexia" diagnostic equipment connected to the data link connector of the car. Also the correct LDS fluid level in the reservoir will only be carry out using "Lexia" diagnostic equipment connected to the data link connector of the car, with the suspension system depressurized. Just follow instructions by the "Lexia" equipment menu.
Posted on Sep 09, 2011
SOURCE: C5 clutch engagement_Problems
Check your pedal height, make sure it is set to specifications. It has to be a certain distance from the floor, if not it will not disengage the clutch.
Posted on Nov 01, 2011
Since you have tried several fuses even stronger which you shouldn't and still blowing them, surely you have a serious suspension problem and I believe visit a qualified Citroen Garage for further inspection and repair if is required.
Posted on Aug 18, 2012
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