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Author Subject: AC rotten pipe replacement
deeturbo

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Location: Leighton Buzzard

Registered: 22 Feb 2003

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Post #1
Hi all,

The bottom AC pipe for the Xsara looks to be very similar to the 306 one.

The part numbers are different, I wonder what would be the difference between them and could this work?

My AC is running at the moment as I've had the pipe welded but this could be a very good cheap alternative.



https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AC-A-C-Air-Conditioning-Pipe-Hose-9GS-351-191-381-fur-Citroen-Berlingo-MF-1-9D/303533072041?hash=item46abfb1ea9:g:FAUAAOSwV3JeixkO
Posted 16th Jul 2020 at 01:05
rudolf

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Location: Skelmersdale

Registered: 07 Apr 2004

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Post #2
You would need to get one to find out.

he also does ones for the Berlingo and Partner vans which are also based on the 306.

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Posted 16th Jul 2020 at 01:34
deeturbo

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Location: Leighton Buzzard

Registered: 22 Feb 2003

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Post #3
The part number for the Berlingo and Partner vans is the same as the Xsara one.

I'd buy one to find out but a bit skint at the moment.
Posted 16th Jul 2020 at 10:52

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