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Old 23-02-2014, 10:34 AM   #1
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Hi, my cars parts is very expensive and rare here, I live in Turkey, and I have 2.0 hdi 138 ps year 2005 sxpk c5,

I wonder if I need any part such spheres or electronic or mechanic parts can you send me the original parts.
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Old 23-02-2014, 12:36 PM   #2
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hello kozanibo,

thank you for writing to us

if you are able to find a member here at this forum who would be willing to help you, i would be very happy for you :-)

i also did think about asking CitroŽn Singapore to help you, but i remember that they will not ship parts to a country where there is already an official CitroŽn presence (in this case, CitroŽn Turkey).

i hope you will be able to find a member here at this forum who will be willing to help you :-)
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Old 26-04-2014, 03:41 PM   #3
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Hi voyager;

Did you try BCC car repair before?in sin ming industrial park
Recently send there for repair
1)petro fuel pump with float
2)SPU fuse box
Two items changed and labor cost total damage is $1700;
Whats your opinion?kena kutok?
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Old 26-04-2014, 04:00 PM   #4
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Hi voyager;

Did you try BCC car repair before?in sin ming industrial park
Recently send there for repair
1)petro fuel pump with float
2)SPU fuse box
Two items changed and labor cost total damage is $1700;
Whats your opinion?kena kutok?
wats SPU?
u mean ECU fuse box?
hmm 1700...both pretty easy items, dont need a lot dismantling...a little steep...should be a little on the closer side of 1500 tops

just for comparision sake..the 1.6L fuel pump (older car models) is abt 300-400+ , ecu fuse box abt 500-600 thereabouts...c5 should be just a little more
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Old 26-04-2014, 04:07 PM   #5
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hello C5C

welcome back :-)

i have not tried either Thomas nor BCC, so i do not have a ready basis for comparison; i am sorry to disappoint you.

:-)

we'll see if other members of our community have opinions on your repair bill.

:-)
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Old 26-04-2014, 05:32 PM   #6
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Hi voyager;tks for the quick reply
Appreciate it

I hear alot about thomas( where is the address); is there other recommendation near
Sin ming or amk

Tks again
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Old 26-04-2014, 05:55 PM   #7
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Amk Autopoint 03-03
He's pretty packed sometimes and due to the two man show to keep costs reasonable, be prepared for a wait , better book your appointment long ahead for big jobs such as overhaul as he usually dedicates only one jack for overhauls
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Old 01-05-2014, 12:39 AM   #8
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Hi voyager;

Did you try BCC car repair before?in sin ming industrial park
Recently send there for repair
1)petro fuel pump with float
2)SPU fuse box
Two items changed and labor cost total damage is $1700;
Whats your opinion?kena kutok?
Hi bro,

How i maintain my C5 2008 is as follows:

I sign the 2 year maintenance package with C&C. The package is super basic as it cover engine oil change and very little else. During the service, i will take the opportunity to get them to troubleshoot any fault. If i deem it as a electronic related repair, then i will get C&C to fix it. However, if it is those simple mechnic stuff like atf change, brake pad etc, i will tell them to KIV. I will go buy those parts like brake pad from kian hua or trans hua and bring it over to thomas & partner to help me fix.

Oh ya, it is my personal belief that 10K servicing in SG is an overkill. (Just my personal opinion, not expecting anyone to agree with me ya). Therefore i normally will do servicing at about 11K-12K km interval or 9 month (Whichever come first) instead.

Cheers
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