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    Question Pegueot Bipper Maintenance issue_Identification of certain parts_Please Advise

    Dear RAC Forum members,

    Having recently purchased for work purposes a brand new Pegueot Bipper, I have been having trouble in identifying certains engines parts on the drivers side (left hand side of images, the orange and yellow lids), I believe they are the brake/power steering fluid components/compartments, but I am not 100% sure, and do not want to mess the vehicle up.

    I have provided some links to images below, which are located on the free image hosting website imgur.com: -

    Note: -
    (REMOVED DUE TO ME POSTING BAD LINKS, SEE BELOW FOR NEW LINKS, CHEERS)


    Kind Regards

    GK
    Last edited by GamingKev; 19-01-14 at 13:12. Reason: Bad Links

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    Sorry for bad links here is an update: -

    Front View of whole Engine
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/oC3dEN7.***[/IMG]

    Close up shot of two compartments which are of my main concern
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/8oHGeTh.***[/IMG]

    Birds Eye/Top side view of above image
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/J6xloCR.***[/IMG]

    Coolant compartment (correct me if i'm wrong)
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/J6xloCR.***[/IMG]

    Right side view of entire engine
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/pLVjUhp.***[/IMG]

    Left side view of entire engine
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/7HGoIyW.***[/IMG]

    Cheers again

    GK
    again, ;p
    Last edited by GamingKev; 19-01-14 at 13:09. Reason: Bad Links

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    The YELLOW cap is BRAKE FLUID reservoir.

    The ORANGE cap is the power steering reservoir.

    You should not need to open these between services, just visually check the level.

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    Thanks for the quick and kind response, I was thinking they were that but was unsure which one was which, I have never been big on the whole maintenance issues, cheers

    GK

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    There is a lot of information in the vehicle owners hand book. Every time we change over cars, I always spend time reading that, just to find things out, and learn about the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smudger View Post
    There is a lot of information in the vehicle owners hand book. Every time we change over cars, I always spend time reading that, just to find things out, and learn about the car.
    To bad my vehicle came with a handbook that's completely in French, , how would I get hold of English version, just contact manufacturer?,

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    The local dealer will be able to get you one.

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