|citroen berlingo dash fault - bingomania|
I have a 2000 MY berlingo 1.4 multispace which has a dashboard electrical problem that I am hoping someone out there knows how to cure.
The rev counter gave up a few month ago but now the dash lights up whenever the ignition is off, and the speedo oscillates between 0 and 10 mph, ultimately this drains the battery.
I getting a bit fed up with disconnecting and reconnecting the battery whenever I leave the car for more than a few hours, so does anybody have any ideas on this. The main dealer recommended changing the dash pod to cure the faulty rev counter but didn't know if this would cure the electrical fault and all at a cost of £260+ fitting.
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Unpretentious transport that offers stacks of room and a decent ride. Excellent value.
Practical and versatile family car based on Citroen C4. Handles and rides better than some family hatchbacks. Huge load capacity. Massively improved safety over previous Berlingo Multispace.