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 51 
 on: Yesterday at 17:33:54 
Started by Enceladus - Last post by Nick W
PM me your address, and I'll send you one that I bought new about 4 years ago.
Key(which be any use to you), remote and immobiliser chip.


You will have to get the car programmed to it, but that's true of any replacement

 52 
 on: Yesterday at 17:27:46 
Started by Enceladus - Last post by terry paget
I managed to repair one by soldering fine wires across the fracture.

 53 
 on: Yesterday at 17:24:58 
Started by pauls - Last post by pauls
I have ordered a new switch so will let you know Monday when it turns up :y

 54 
 on: Yesterday at 17:24:39 
Started by aaronjb - Last post by Nick W
If the mill is properly trammed, and has enough table travel there's no reason why you can't skim a head with one.
Just like you can bore a motor cycle cylinder in a lathe.


The specialist equipment for this sort of work is to save time, and make a better job easier.

 55 
 on: Yesterday at 17:11:19 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
Presumably remainer's will insist on remain being an option in a 2nd vote.

Presumably brexiteer's will say we've already voted to leave so just give us a choice between a proper no deal brexit or a watery BRINO.

 

 56 
 on: Yesterday at 17:00:13 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
As things stand, either Parliament is going to decide on Hard Brexit, some form of Soft Brexit, or No Brexit. How is it undemocratic to allow the people to make that decision if Parliament cannot?


Hard or soft then , as it's always been but absolutely NO remain .
You cannot capitulate to those malevolent thugs and have any degree of self respect .
The UK wants only to stand alone, mind it's own business and trade freely with the world as a whole but the eu, and I speak of the individuals who believe they own it ,  want to manipulate , interfere and exert control over the UK and whole of Western Europe . That's oppressio
And if you think that's hyberbole try living in one of the PIGS countries that suffered post crash of 2008 .
I said it before that it's like the Mafia , if you're in then you'll do as your told , if you want out we'll kill you .
If a soft or sloppy Brexit cannot be acheived by dignified negotiation with the eu and other parliamentery parties then let's get on with it because the world will still turn on the Saturday morning and it wont be Armageddon.
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What would the question or question(s) be for a second vote and who would decide?.......parliament probably won't be able to reach a consensus.

.....and what if we end up with another 48/52 vote or similar?

A second vote is too simplistic.......and it may even start a civil war.

The whole episode is a complete clusterf*uck. :-\

 57 
 on: Yesterday at 16:45:04 
Started by Enceladus - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Martin Imber offers a repair service which addresses this very issue ;)

 58 
 on: Yesterday at 16:43:31 
Started by Enceladus - Last post by Enceladus
Yesterday out of the blue wife's key wouldn't open the doors. The little red led on the key is not lighting up. It's a later two button fob where the shell separates from the key. Car is a 2003 CDX estate, 2.2 16V.

I changed the battery but still doesn't work. If I press on the top of the battery then the buttons work. The battery holder seems not to be securely attached to the circuit board underneath. Pressure restores contact.

So removed the circuit board and it seems that the earth side of the battery holder has fractured where it is soldered to the circuit board. Two small for me to solder. Especially as it's on the bottom of the battery holder.

So I guess I need a new shell with circuit board? What do I need to buy and what's involved in programming it to the car. I still have the transponder chip in the key section.

Thanks,

 59 
 on: Yesterday at 16:30:51 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Can i possibly add Polly Toynbee to the above...  >:(

 60 
 on: Yesterday at 16:16:05 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Absolutely Big Griff
Blair, his awful wife and Brown should all be strung up for treason for what they did while in office
Rees Mog can go to the tower to, snivelling toe rag that he is
Corbyn can, along with Fatbbott, both be put out of their misery...
In My Opinon, of course :y
I would have to concur  :-X

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