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Re: Throttle position sensor
« Reply #30 on: 15 June 2018, 14:14:01 »

Right, enough of this bullshit...

Genuine GM V6 DBW crank sensor is as follows...

85.20 INCLUDING VAT, NO DISCOUNT ie this is the maximum price. Feel free to haggle better.

Available within two days from Central Stores in Germany.

Now quit making excuses and get done.

Thanks, but the other one is on its way. I can live with it and I'm not made of money.  :)
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Re: Throttle position sensor
« Reply #31 on: 15 June 2018, 14:18:03 »

Replacing it at 85 once every five years is far more financially and temporally efficient than 16 every 3-6 months...

But it's your car and money, and I won't bother next time as you clearly won't be helped ;)
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Re: Throttle position sensor
« Reply #32 on: 15 June 2018, 15:29:20 »

Replacing it at 85 once every five years is far more financially and temporally efficient than 16 every 3-6 months...

But it's your car and money, and I won't bother next time as you clearly won't be helped ;)

No need to be unpleasant.  >:(

I ordered it and it's on its way, so I can't stop it or get a refund. I was under the impression that it was a proper Vauxhall part. OK, so it's not. But there's no guarantee that it will last only 3-6months, the same as there's no guarantee that an OEM one would last five years.

It's not a question of not being helped. I appreciate all advice, but I don't like being ordered about. This is a question of taking my own decision, rightly or wrongly, at the time.
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Re: Throttle position sensor
« Reply #33 on: 15 June 2018, 16:02:50 »

Not being unpleasant. Merely frustrated that you have still yet to answer the original questions regarding the throttle body plug and  throttle body cleanliness, and you clearly failed to read* the advice regarding the crank sensor once that came to light.

*The letters/words might have been in a legible order but the meaning was clearly lost.

I wasn't ordering you to do anything, merely giving directions to solve your problem. If they were too concise or direct and caused offense then that's your look out, not mine.

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Re: Throttle position sensor
« Reply #34 on: 15 June 2018, 17:10:44 »

You can get one here for 55.38 delivered.  :)  :y

http://www.genuinepartsearch.co.uk/
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Re: Throttle position sensor
« Reply #35 on: 15 June 2018, 18:20:19 »

Have a lovely afternoon

If you have to post links to silly pictures in your posts, then you have a problem, not me.

 >:( >:(
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Re: Throttle position sensor
« Reply #36 on: 15 June 2018, 19:53:19 »

Have a lovely afternoon

If you have to post links to silly pictures in your posts, then you have a problem, not me.

 >:( >:(

You need to put the part number in the search box. Top left.  ::)
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