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 on: Today at 00:35:30 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by terbert
Children

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 on: Today at 00:23:42 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by zirk
Youve already asked this in another thread?

As replied, I reckon Bose CCR2006


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 on: Yesterday at 23:55:36 
Started by Essex Big Al - Last post by Automaticman
I have a CCR2006 in the recently purchased Omega on a 2000 plate but it is not the original head unit for my car, and having read the BOSE system guide I now think I understand why its making some horrible sounds, according to the write-up the CCR2006 has to be programmed for the BOSE amplifier outputs as it was not the standard choice for the BOSE equipped Omega.....

Can anyone else please confirm ?
Some CCR2006 can be reprogrammed to Bose, most cant.

You'll know if yours is wrong, as a single click of volume knob make a big change in volume

Thanks, as I suspected it is incorrect due to the volume adjust scenario, so which HU should it be then ?

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 on: Yesterday at 23:50:59 
Started by JamesV6CDX - Last post by JamesV6CDX
The idea is that the new rings won't seal perfectly against the bores unless both wear a little on initial running, and, if the bores are smooth, that won't happen.

I'd have honed the bores regardless.

When you say won't seal perfectly.

Likely to seal well enough that the car will run to a good standard, but just not be at their best?

Or cause serious compression loss and oil problems?

I did have my doubts to be honest, but when he came with the kit to do it, he was absolutely adamant that it might do more harm than good, and I had no reason to disbelieve  :-\

If you think they need to come back out, I guess that's what my next free day will be doing!  ::)

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 on: Yesterday at 23:48:43 
Started by JamesV6CDX - Last post by Bigron
I seem to remember being told, way back, that having the bores chromed and fitting chrome plated rings was a bad idea. Must be for the same reason?

Ron.

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 on: Yesterday at 23:48:07 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by Doctor Gollum
http://www.omegaowners.com/forum/index.php?topic=90482.0 ::)

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 on: Yesterday at 23:47:13 
Started by JamesV6CDX - Last post by Bigron
Oh dear, another admission - same car! I used a wooden rod with a split longitudinally to hold some emery cloth, in the chuck of a power drill. It acted like a flail and brushed against the bore quite nicely.
I bet you will say I was wrong.....

Ron.

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 on: Yesterday at 23:46:07 
Started by JamesV6CDX - Last post by Kevin Wood
The idea is that the new rings won't seal perfectly against the bores unless both wear a little on initial running, and, if the bores are smooth, that won't happen.

I'd have honed the bores regardless.

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 on: Yesterday at 23:44:51 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by Automaticman
Not sure, how do I tell ?

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 on: Yesterday at 23:41:54 
Started by Jonmabbitt - Last post by Andy B
I just ordered  6 Bosch single electrode plugs for my v6 for £11

They will be just fine for the service interval.

Itís not a racing car  ::) :y
That's where I buy mine; just checked, had to scroll on to page 4 to find them; 6 Bosch plugs for Omega V6 £10.71, free postage, on e-bay.

I feel violated, I paid £11 something  ;D

Don't worry ..... I bought 6 plugs for my Smart Roadster (2 per pot) from Mercedes. £35 ..... Ker ching  ???


I`m not even gonna tell you how much they are for mine, and thats not from Nissan either  :'(

could be worse  ::)

Years ago, my brother's mate paid something £200 for a set of 4 fitted to his Corolla

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