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annvlas
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      01-15-2007
Hi,
Can anyone give any tips on how to replace clutch cable peugeot 106.

much Appreciated

Tony

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Brian
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      01-15-2007

"annvlas" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Hi,
> Can anyone give any tips on how to replace clutch cable peugeot 106.
>
> much Appreciated
>
> Tony
>

I think the most useful tip would be to get a copy of the Haynes manual for
the 106.


 
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Chris
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      01-16-2007
annvlas wrote:
> Hi,
> Can anyone give any tips on how to replace clutch cable peugeot 106.
>
> much Appreciated
>
> Tony
>

lovly job todo on them,up and over i found it very easy to lay across
both seats and feed it from under the bonnet.
 
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malc
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      01-16-2007
Chris wrote:
> annvlas wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Can anyone give any tips on how to replace clutch cable peugeot 106.
>>
>> much Appreciated
>>
>> Tony
>>

> lovly job todo on them,up and over i found it very easy to lay across
> both seats and feed it from under the bonnet.


Crikey you must have long arms ;-)

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Chris
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      01-17-2007
malc wrote:
> Chris wrote:
>> annvlas wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> Can anyone give any tips on how to replace clutch cable peugeot 106.
>>>
>>> much Appreciated
>>>
>>> Tony
>>>

>> lovly job todo on them,up and over i found it very easy to lay across
>> both seats and feed it from under the bonnet.

>
> Crikey you must have long arms ;-)
>

yes done one the other day and it was fun, more cups of tea than doing
the work.
chris addlestone surrye
 
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Gary G Jones
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      01-17-2007

>>>>
>>>> Tony
>>>>
>>> lovly job todo on them,up and over i found it very easy to lay across
>>> both seats and feed it from under the bonnet.

>>
>> Crikey you must have long arms ;-)
>>

> yes done one the other day and it was fun, more cups of tea than doing the
> work.
> chris addlestone surrye


If you want a really fun clutch cable to do , try a VW beetle (the proper
air cooled engine in the rear ones). I came very close, many years ago to
hacking out a hole in the centre tunnel to try and make this job easier. It
even used the phrase in the Haynes manual "this may require some patience to
do". Now that was the biggest understatement I have every read.
GGJ


 
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Chris
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      01-17-2007
Gary G Jones wrote:
>>>>> Tony
>>>>>
>>>> lovly job todo on them,up and over i found it very easy to lay across
>>>> both seats and feed it from under the bonnet.
>>> Crikey you must have long arms ;-)
>>>

>> yes done one the other day and it was fun, more cups of tea than doing the
>> work.
>> chris addlestone surrye

>
> If you want a really fun clutch cable to do , try a VW beetle (the proper
> air cooled engine in the rear ones). I came very close, many years ago to
> hacking out a hole in the centre tunnel to try and make this job easier. It
> even used the phrase in the Haynes manual "this may require some patience to
> do". Now that was the biggest understatement I have every read.
> GGJ
>
>

no problem.did a camshaft on a transit van old type drilled hole in
bulkhead so did not have to remove the head lol.easy
 
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