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 on: Today at 09:40:52 
Started by frostbite - Last post by TheBoy
Why not just use a paperclip. Pretty certain the 2.0l doesn't flash out to the (non) OBDII port, as it flashes to the dash instead.

Look up Paperclip test

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 on: Today at 09:38:10 
Started by terry paget - Last post by TheBoy
Had my Eternal  fitted at garage about 6 months ago.  I think the service that Eternal give is fantastic and how they do it at the price I do not know :y
I concur. Eternal and ETS are probably the best replacements for V6 Omegas (no experience of other cars or 4 pts), and the whole system is cheaper than the god awful Bosal shite that most garages will fit.

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 on: Today at 09:31:03 
Started by Varche - Last post by TheBoy
Quite some time since I took this test. I think at work (late 80's?) it was packaged as "Belbin".

I have changed slightly since those heady days and am now ESFP-A perhaps explaining why I like posting jokes though I would say it is just sharing. ;D. I remember that Virgin (under Richard Branson) only used to interview managers who were in one of the 16 categories. That saved his managers ending up being all different types and thus the organisation was more successful.

Anyway here is the test link . It takes about 12 minutes to do. Go on find out about your strengths and weaknesses for free!

https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test
Actually, its normally deemed that same personality types in many of the categories clash, and do not work well together.

I had to do a lot of research on this, after being forced to do an enhanced version of this when my old boss and I were clearly not having a productive working relationship, and had to learn a new way of dealing with the ****.  I might have mentioned he was a ****.  Still, had the last laugh, after years of supposed underperformance (despite being the one doing the majority of all work, and all the non standard stuff), my only appraisal since moving to a new team got me top marks in this year's appraisal.

Did I mention my old boss was a ****

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 on: Today at 09:23:51 
Started by Darth Loo-knee - Last post by TheBoy
Fussy tester... Fibreglass it with a gallon of underseal and call it done ;)
Or take it to a certain establishment for beardy types and Hornby lovers just outside Nottingham, enjoy a chip butty and a brew, and watch the master at work ;D
Which I have a strong suspicion may be the case ;D
I know it, you know it, my mum's dog knows it

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 on: Today at 09:09:19 
Started by Lagondanet - Last post by Stige
Potentially, depends on the specifics of the car in question...

Well its a 2004 1.6 Octavia if you have any idea, I could pm you and pick your brain a little?

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 on: Today at 09:08:47 
Started by Bigron - Last post by TheBoy
You can get a maxiscan on ebay that will give live data

Autel are good,  I have a konwei which is like a copy of an autel
The genuine Autel won't be sold on egay, only the cheap Chinese clones of it.
Some members have had issues with the fake Autels, which have been entirely resolved when refunded, and a better sourced genuine one bought.

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 on: Today at 09:06:51 
Started by BazaJT - Last post by Lazydocker
I think you'll find that these flats that are being made available were always going to be social housing and the completion of these flats has been speeded up due to the circumstances of Grenfell.  It's the case that developers have to earmark a certain percentage of a development (20%?) for social housing due to planning laws.  ;)

Otherwise I can't see any developer selling 60 odd flats in Kensington for thousands rather than millions, whatever the circumstances.  :-X  ::)

Slightly wrong... They were to be "Affordable Housing", not Social Housing.  ;)

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 on: Today at 09:05:52 
Started by jimmy944 - Last post by TheBoy
How does the system measure the amount of shite in the DPF, and clearly can't directly weigh it? Is it pressure differences, and give a calculated amount (% in GM, g in vagcom)?

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 on: Today at 09:03:38 
Started by jimmy944 - Last post by TheBoy
I would expect Dexos2 would be more than up to the job on the oil front
I believe spec is A5/B5, and has a Ford style designation.  I think TC do do a couple of Ford spec oils, so was possibly a line I would investigate. Failing that, Halfords have a compliant Mobil1 for 22 for 5l, trade.

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 on: Today at 09:03:29 
Started by BazaJT - Last post by Lazydocker
Most Renaults have a threaded piston in the calliper and offer one or both are a left handed thread too. So yes, a windback tool is advisable.  :y

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