jacksun1987 wrote:My bx is at Bullwinkles.
At the weekend it had major hydraulic failure .
Bullwinkles said its to do with the metal pipe at the back end.
I thought the pipes was rubber
Hi Paul,mat_fenwick wrote:I would suggest that you want whatever is the value for collected scrap locally if you do leave it with them. If they don't offer you this, remember it's still your car.
I agree with Mat /\ its worth a least scrap/value money + cash any tax in remaining on it (If you let it go that way) !
Regarding a rear pipe that's burst/blown there's only three high pressure feed pipes and one low pressure return pipe (Front to rear) of the car which were only a few £'s from the Citroen main dealers to buy (If these are N/A they can easily be made up by a Citroen Indy) then there's a small length of feed-pipe from the the height ride corrector to a three or four way union then a couple of 'Pigs tail' brake feed-pipes and another two to the rear suspension cylinders that go across the rear sub-frame as can be seen HERE which are also all fairly reasonable to buy.
Also a competent DIYer or experienced Citroen Indy garage could change/repair any or all of these pipes fairly easily/quickly !
I'd like to know exactly what £500-600 worth of part's/labour was going to buy you with them
Also if IIRC you've put the Alloy Speed-lines on this one from the Black TZD, if you were to do a swap (If you need to keep the car on wheels) with some-one or just sell them (With the Stud-bolts of course) that could recover some £'s for you if you decide to scrap it, just an
All the best with what you decide to do with it !