Posted 03 November 2008 - 12:14 PM
per tank with a very light foots plus highway
Posted 04 November 2008 - 05:11 AM
You need to know how many liters each time you fill up too. 450 kms then
you fill up, but yellow light showing or not? If you know how many liters
then you will know consumption too.
My Berlingo 2002 model, 550 kms is minimum for around 43/44 liters,
normally close to 580+. Doesn't drink any oil (negligible).
Posted 04 November 2008 - 11:48 PM
300km/full tank = =(seldom like this)
normally when the yellow light showing out,
i think never run over 450 km since last year..
that's why i still confuse ...
i always take my car for the foreman who know citroen berlingo...
and i wanna ask something...
when yellow light show out...it can still run how many km ?
Posted 05 November 2008 - 08:48 AM
Posted 05 November 2008 - 03:22 PM
distance is 50km. this is a very conservative figure.
Posted 05 November 2008 - 07:50 PM
Posted 06 November 2008 - 01:21 PM
If in town driving I would refill with 40 kms when I see the yellow light.
Lostkiller , I think in your case you should not go move than 30 kms when
the light appears.
It would be good to check with an authorised cit mechanic. 300 kms
usually in my case shows just less than 1/2 tank left.
Do you just drive in the city? KL? Any petrol smell in or outside the
car? Any wet spots around the Fuel Injectors??
a few years ago , I was just driving within KL city , Jln Ampang area
where it was always jammed up ... I still managed more than 450+kms..
(pure city driving!)
Posted 06 November 2008 - 01:54 PM
e than 60KM, if 1 Litre = 11KM, then 10 litres can go for 110KM, so
basically, 100KM will do, but if you got stucked somewhere that caused of
empty fuel, then is your own resposibility
Posted 06 November 2008 - 08:44 PM
i really feel my fatty berlingo always "hungry" > <
why my car drink oil like water (compare with ur berlingo)
i don't think it got smell or any problem for my car...
just the clucth abit stuck ...
and i always service my car for my friend (before he work in Citroen
in 100% city drive i can make sure my car never reach over 400km..
about 300 ~ 380km ...
if 100% highway ,my best record was the 1st time when i buy my car from
Cheras (i com from Johor),
that time i drive my fatty berlingo back to JB..
i pump it full tank...and 90km/h speed back to JB..
when i reach the BHp which near my home, i pump it full tank again..
it is cost RM0.14/km....(when it still RM1.92/l)
after that i never get this record till now = =
which guy can help me to check the problem or i can ask somebody to tuning
thx alot ^^
another question for ur expert ...
my berlingo's power window from left hand side always stuck..
and i ask my foreman help me to repair it few times...it still got
any lobang for me to buy a new 1 cost me cheaper ^^?
when i change my right hand side's power window ..KL there cost it about
Rm6xx = =
but luckily i ask the salesman do it free for me...
now i face my berlingo's problem is clutch too stuck, petrol
comsuption,and the power window ...
thx alot for help :)
Posted 06 November 2008 - 09:31 PM
when you first drive in highway, it is the time u just bought from previous
owner and have yet done any service and you get your best record? If like
that, please check you engine oil. Use the correct grade of engine oil and
don't over fill. 300km per tank is extremely bad.
regarding the power window, you can get it from Euromotive... contact Tony
012-6160660. He is driving berlingo also. I bought my left power window
from him before. So, far is the cheapest dealer i can find in Malaysia.
Benson and i myself are the regular customer. i think you can get the ESSO
synthetic gear box oil (recommanded by Peugeout/Citroen, should be <RM60)
from him also. So, far it is the best gear box oil for my berlingo. I did
try several brands gear oil and also additive... all sucks.. although cost
me >RM100 for 2liters. So, don't try any additive in this fatty baby... it
The heavy feel of clutch is mainly caused by the clutch cable. If you
willing to pay... just change a new set of clutch cable.. problem solved...
but it will come back again after sometime.. may be 1~2years later... I
already used to the heavy feel... you can manually inject some engine oil
into the clutch cable... then it will lighter your clutch for few months