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  2. Hi could you help me is it possible once everything is disconnected to remove the power steering pump from above only it loops a bit tight on space.
  3. Hi, I need to replace both rear seat belts in my Vauxhall Astra Club CDTi estate. I have found some from a 54 plate, but mine is a 55 plate...will they fit? I have compared the part numbers and, although they do not match, they are very close (i.e. only last two digits that differ slightly). Assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  4. Selling a z20let engine Full engine including turbo, wiring loom, all sensors, ecu kit etc F23 Gearbox & Shafts Lower hubs 5 stud (No brakes) All boost pipes and water pipes in engine bay ( standard ones) All engine mounts along with subframe Complete radiator set up with fan (standard) Standard Turbo (No exhaust or downpipe/cats) Please wats app message 0830250512
  5. Looking for headlights for mk 2 nova
  6. Whose seen a decent series to watch over lockdown? Running out of programmes to watch now as seen so many in the last year on Netflix Leave your suggestions below, thanks!
  7. It could be a fault with the control panel so maybe just swap it out and see if more functions work afterwards. Replaced one on a Honda recently and it worked fine without any programming
  8. There are usually lots of mods to carry over to a vehicle which was not originally equipped with Xenon. One of the major components which you may not have on your vehicle is the suspension ride height sensors which will dip the beams when a load is applied to the vehicle. If these aren't fitted then it may prove more of a task
  9. I think there are many different types of chips available including Tuning Boxes but the power gains are all relative to the torque increase which on a Turbo Diesel is the most important aspect of increasing power output. I used a Tuning Box successfully on a Honda and the drivability was so much better (smoother) and the only thing that was compromised was increased clutch slippage (auto adjust type clutch).
  10. Hi...did you get the car back yet? Maybe the delay was due to getting the new seal which would be dealer only?
  11. Hi Trevor. It seems to have sorted itself out at the moment. Went in to town yesterday for optician appointment. Gave it a good blast along the A11 and back again. And it was working fine. Having said that though, I'll probably go out in it next time, and it'll be playing up again. I will be checking wiring, sensors and such though. Andy.
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  13. With what I can find on different pages, they rarely mention ECU, but the vectra.com page has a similar problem and noted that his ECU had been revamped, and not sealed properly so water got in and caused deterioration. Might be an idea to do the other faults first, and if it's ok, then great news. If not it might be the ECU is the next step. Regards Andy.
  14. Cheers, and sorry about the size of the picture, it seems to be7mb, I tried to delete it, but couldn't see an option to remove it.
  15. I have a new 2020 Corsa SE. The lights on the dashboard constantly flicker. Dealer can’t find any problems. Anyone out there have any idea? Has done this since I drove it out the forecourt. Thanks.
  16. Hi all, would be nice to get something sorted on having regular owners meets somewhere. But with C-19 at the moment, thats not looking possible. Maybe once the restrictions are lifted, we can start to get some plans drawn up. Stay safe.
  17. Hi all i own a vauxhall zafira b its 2010 and 1.6 petrol can anyone give me advice on lowering springs/coilovers do astra h lowering springs fit and would astra h coilovers fit? if not can anyone point me in the right direction please many thanks Mark.
  18. Hi, do you have an obd reader? I would clear all error codes and start the car and then run another scan for error code’s and see what pops up, some of the codes could be old and not relevant now.
  19. fitted a new battery now engine starts but nothing works on ignition [dash lights /indicaters /wipers / gauages ] but all outside lights work and central locking any suggestios please
  20. Insignia electric handbrake problem. My local garage hooked up car on their computer and stated the parking switch was faulty. I've since replaced the switch but handbrake still not working anyone have any ideas on how to fix this problem. When in the garage the Mechanic was able to operate the hand brake with computer and motor's pistons etc all working but won't reset the parking switch . Kind Regards Gordon Glasgow
  21. Thanks for that will change it any eway to be safe I think it will cure it as got it warmed up and it was ok with oil hot
  22. Hi John.....welcome to the Forum It is possible that the current is shared by both items, assuming it can be switched independently. I would start by first checking the fuses to see where the power is going off to an also check the wiring near the screen
  23. I recently encountered a similar issue with a Honda and this came down to the fact that I fitted cheap (Chinese) bulbs and igniters....massive mistake. Fitted quality (but a lot more expensive) components and problem solved. Also, another issue I had was that the fitment was not as precise connection as the better quality component and didn't alway make good contact. It is worth double checking connection, etc but also check any earth leads (which will be close by and connected to the bodywork. If in doubt, run additional earth cables to the light units to ensure that the current ci
  24. Hi MIxa....welcome to the Forum Welcome back to the wonderful world of Vauxhall
  25. Hi I had the same problem. Getting rid of the moisture isnt hard, have a scan on youtube and they show you how to do it. I took the light unit out of the car. This is not as scary as you may think and you can do it. I have done it ten times now and can do it with my eyes closed. Get light out, take out bulbs. Plug the light bulb holes with cloth. leave the cornering light hole open and blast air down the hole with the hairdryer. The moisture will disappear. Then get some clear mastic and reseal the clear lense to the plastic to stop moisture getting back in. Whilst you have lights off uns
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