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C4 Rear Brake Assemblies (hits: 9095)
on 25 Jan 2008 by Web Admin Only author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
There are 2 types of rear brake assembly used on the C4 Lucas and Bosch The Lucas Assembly is: The Bosch Assembly is: [read more]
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Changing a faulty tailgate lock on a Citroën C4 (hits: 69680)
What you need and how to to it
on 24 Aug 2006 by Web Admin Only author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Changing the tailgate lock or handle on a Citroën C4 is not a complicated process and takes less th[...]
The Tailgate Lock on my C4 VRT+ started playing up recently so I had it checked out by my local dealers who replaced it under warranty but I felt it worthwhile posting the details of the issue as any car older than 3 years (none yet) but which have covered 60,000 miles and are less than 3 years old (possible [read more]
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Changing the rear disks and pads on a Citroen C4 (hits: 18911)
on 08 Mar 2009 by Alex Lynne author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Citroen C4 – Rear Brake pad and disc replacement (Bosch Type) Tools required (for pad and disc removal): Wheel removal tools. 13mm Socket – for removal of floating caliper screws x2 T50 Torx head – for removal of fixed caliper screws x2 (Motorworld £10 for set) Piston pushing tool – for pushing and turning of pistons back into calliper (Halfords £21) 32mm Socket – for [read more]
Citroën C4 + C4 Picasso Sat Nav fitting (hits: 29084)
on 31 Aug 2008 by c4owner author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Sat Nav - How and where to fit one and keep the cables tidy!

TomTom is one of, if not the [...]
Update 1st September 2008 Please note this FAQ applies to early TomTom models. I Can confirm that the current TomTom One works fine in a C4 with an 'Athermic' windscreen without the need of an additional antenna TomTom (and other devices) are great for getting you around but where to place it for the best viewing position and what about all the [read more]
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Citroën C4 Front Brake Pad and Disk replacement (hits: 62994)
How to Do It Yourself
on 08 Jul 2007 by Web Admin Only author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
How to change the front disc brake pads and Disks in less than 1 hour with a few hand tools - this i[...]
Changing the front brake pads and disks on a Citroën C4 This is a simple process which anyone with basic mechanical skills can carry out in under 1 hour All you require is a suitable jack, a screwdriver and 13mm spanner (preferably a 'ring' type spanner or socket) for the pad change only. To change the disks you will also need a [read more]
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Citroën C4 Manufacturer Recall information (hits: 185188)
Details of the Re Calls on the C4
on 25 Jan 2016 by C6Dave author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Citroën C4, C4 Picasso, C4 Grand Picasso and DS4 Manufacturer's re-call details. 10th May 2012 - Citroën are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new and free service for customers This allows a Citroën owner to view the outstanding recalls on the vehicles they own Once you have registered with Citroën Recalls it will [read more]
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How to change a C4 1.6 HDi Turbo / Exhaust Heat Shield 1723T3 (hits: 7071)
on 18 Feb 2009 by Web Admin Only author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
The front securing lugs on the heat shield are a known weak point on this engine and can fail through 'fatigue'. Citroen have uprated the securing points for later models. The lugs failing don't cause any real issues as the shield can't go anywhere but it can but it can let hot air rise to the turbo and cause an [read more]
How to fit an official wiring kit to a C4GP (Grand Picasso) (hits: 9127)
on 20 May 2009 by blueclouduk author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Thanks to the very friendly chaps at [Dealer1] through C4owners Premier Membership I was able to purchase an official Citroen wiring kit for a few pennies under £92. That was the easy bit out of the way, next came the hard bit. The official Citroen time to fit the kit is 2 hours. It took me over 4! All the bits supplied [read more]
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How to Fit new Headlamp Bulbs in a C4 (Non-Xenon) (hits: 25998)
First things first… disregard the handbook, its RUBBISH!!!
on 05 Feb 2007 by Hidden By Admin author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
You will need the following…

Correct Bulbs… Dipped Beam H7’s, High Beam H1’s, Indi[...]
I started with Dipped Beams, then High Beams and finally, Indicators. Most of the pics you see relate to the Drivers Side Headlamp. On my car, this was by far the easiest side to work on, after removing the coolant bottle cover. This is done by pressing the centre part of the clip in, then removing the whole clip. The clip [read more]
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New Child Car Seat Regulations (hits: 3880)
Do you know what they are?
on 19 Sep 2006 by Web Admin Only author list print the content item create pdf file of the content item
How to make sure you comply with the new regulations
From 15th September 2006 new rules require anyone using a car to carry children under 12 years of age to have cars fitted with proper baby seats, child seats or booster cushions. (There are some small exemptions for taxis or unexpected journeys over short distances) Police are now entitled to stop cars and check if equipment is being used safely. The Rules [read more]
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