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PostSubject: car parts   2009-05-25, 15:05

Im after some oil, oil filter, air filter, and a fuel filter for my 206 and wondered where is the best place to get them?

Would imagine peugeot would rip me off... and wondered if im best going to halfords or going to a motor factors or something?

Also if im replacing the air filter, would i be best just getting a standard one? or should i get a k&n or green cotton panel filter? only difference i can understand is that i can wash it in future rather than replacing it Razz is there any other difference between standard and a k&n panel filter?

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PostSubject: Re: car parts   2009-05-25, 15:33

Doesn't a K&N sound loud? or am i being stupid
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PostSubject: Re: car parts   2009-05-25, 15:35

um maybe if i got an induction kit, but im just on about changing the panel filter in my car...

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PostSubject: Re: car parts   2009-05-25, 16:23

a k&n will give you better airflow, a tip for you though if you change anything from non standard on a 206 dissconnect the battery then re connect it and it will re set the ecu thats wot i have been told anyway,

motor factors for parts, much cheaper than main dealer, but when it comes to brakes i would go for genuine part everytime as sometimes motor factor discs warp
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PostSubject: Re: car parts   2009-05-26, 11:49

try main dealer first u will be surprised

buy cheap buy twice
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