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This section contains How-To Guides, which explain how to carry out a wide range of modifications to your Saxo. These guides are for Premium Members only. For more information on how to become a sax-p Premium Member, please visit the Community Section.

Hopefully you will find these guides useful and maybe you will even be able to save yourself some money! If there's a guide you would be particularly interested to see, why not get in touch! I will try to cater for as many mod's as possible.

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Replacing Saxo Driveshafts

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Damaged or worn driveshafts can be very annoying and also dangerous! Replacing the Citroen Saxo driveshafts is not as tricky as you may think, so if you have a couple of hours spare this could be a job you feel confident to do yourself! Read this How-To guide for further instructions...

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Making an A-pillar Gauge Pod

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Gauges are becoming an increasingly popular modification and not just with high power engine builders. This article shows how you can build your own custom pod for guages allowing you to decide how it looks and where it fits, whilst maintaining a factory fitted look...

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Bleeding the Saxo Braking System

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In order to keep your brakes in good working order, the brake fluid should periodically be bled to remove air, contamination and sub-standard brake fluid. This guide explains two methods of how you can bleed your brake fluid.

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Fixing a Rubbing PAS Pipe (Mk2 Saxo)

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A common problem encountered when lowering the front suspension of a Mk2 Saxo is that the steering arm can rub on one of the PAS pipes. This can lead to the pipe rupturing, causing power steering fluid to leak, to experience a loss of assisted steering and potentially can lead to a damaged power steering pump. There is however a quick and free solution to cure this...

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Making a Fibreglass Boot Build

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Over the years boot builds have gone from mild to extreme. The latest and greatest craze for boot ICE installs is fibreglass. The limits are only your imagination. Whether it be a subtle "stealth" install or full on show install, the techniques are essentially the same and its not as difficult as you might think...

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Replacing the Saxo Heater-Blower Motor

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Has your Saxo heater blower stopped working? If you've been putting up with it through the summer months, you really should get it working again before the winter creeps in. This How-to guide shows you how to replace the heater-blower motor.

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Replacing the front brake discs.

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If your brake discs become significantly worn of your brake discs become warped both of your front brake discs will need to be replaced. This task is quite straight forward and can be performed within two hours if you are confident with simple mechanics. This task is explained in stepwise fashion within this how-to guide.

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Making Custom Door Builds

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If you're looking for the ultimate in sound quality, you will probably be interested in fitting larger speakers to the front of your Saxo. Take a look at this guide to see how to make your own door builds and make them look great!

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Replacing the front brake pads.

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Your front brakes do the majority of the work when it comes to stopping your Saxo. This guide explains how you can change your brake pads, to ensure that your brakes are always in top working order. This is a fairly simple job, so why pay over the odds?

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Fitting a New Headunit

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The first modification that many people want to do to their Saxo is to replace the standard headunit. This is a job which you can easily do yourself... so don't even think about paying an ICE installer upto £40 to do this!

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