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 31 
 on: Yesterday at 20:27:08 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by Lizzie Zoom
Chain

 32 
 on: Yesterday at 20:26:01 
Started by Lizzie Zoom - Last post by Lizzie Zoom
During WWI US political analyst was asked by a reporter how he would solve the U-Boat crisis. He thought for a minute and said drain the Atlantic. :o :o :o When the reporter asked, how will you do that? The analyst replied not my problem, I invent political policy, not implement it. ;D ;D ;D

So I would suggest create a new ice age and the North sea will dry up again. ::) ::) ::)

And this will probably happen before the Boris bridge is even at the planning stage. ;D ;D ;D

Yep, and a nuclear winter would give us that. ;)

 33 
 on: Yesterday at 20:25:34 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by mantaray
Timing

 34 
 on: Yesterday at 20:21:36 
Started by tunnie - Last post by BazaJT
Fords little SUV is the Ecosport,don't know about the rest of it but the interior is Fiesta.They were built in India but I believe production has now moved possibly to Turkey and Ford proudly proclaim that build quality has been improved on the latest version-which is just as well as I'd hate o think it had got worse!

 35 
 on: Yesterday at 20:19:31 
Started by firstomega - Last post by firstomega
Thank you ever so much for your helpful replies. Firstly I need to apologise for not replying till now. I havent been on the site due to too much to do with other stuff and not enough time. I have looked at the links and thanks again for all of that. First question to Chazza12 is why was the link you sent removed by Admin please? I am asking as I would hate to do something wrong on the site inadvertently through sheer ignorance of any rules here so any explanation would be great to let me know so I dont make any mistakes myself. As for the other links, I have looked at previous manuals Haynes now on line through your links and found one which is 99 to 02 for the Vectra including diesel 2.2cc. However this is the repair and maintenance manual. What I am really after is a workshop manual for my vehicle so if there is a workshop manual for a Vectra that will be good for my Omega 2.2cc DTI year 2001 then that would be fantastic. Anyone know please. I am happy to pay for a manual or download or if anyone has one they dont want and would like to sell?  Just to add here....suddenly my Omega is not playing up. I have done nothing to it since I last wrote on here. But out of the blue it is driving fine. It is crazy I know but that is what is happening. The only difference that although very wet due to lots of rain the weather has warmed up a couple of degrees. Can the swirl valves be affected by the temperature? I realise this may be a very silly question so please dont all laugh at me at once but I cannot come up with anything else that has changed to make it drive fine now? Thank you to every one - you have all be so helpful and I love this forum very much. A great place to turn for guidance and advice and a great community spirit of helping out. Thank you!!

 36 
 on: Yesterday at 20:12:56 
Started by tunnie - Last post by tunnie
While waiting for the 3.2 to be sorted today, I walked to a Vauxhall and Ford dealer. I wanted to compare the new Insignia vs Mondeo. (By actually sitting in them!)

Whatís odd is neither dealer had one in its show room, the Vauxhall dealer did not have a single new shape Insignia. The Ford dealer had a handful of Mondeos. But these were outside, nothing inside.  :-\

They did have lots of crappy looking SUVís like a Mokka  :(

No idea what the little Ford SUV was, but looked equally crap!

 37 
 on: Yesterday at 20:09:37 
Started by tunnie - Last post by tunnie
For sorting my 3.2ís sills, an excellent job. Really pleased with the result, should keep the old barge going for a few more MOTís.

I joined the forum in 2006 and Serek in 2008 canít believe itís taken until 2018 to actually put a face to the name  :o

Iíll be back though, worth travelling to excellent people  :y

 38 
 on: Yesterday at 19:56:48 
Started by terry paget - Last post by Bigron
Yes, mine was like that! You can either remove it, give it a thorough clean and replace it, or apply the Serek Ultimate Solution - bin it!  ;D

Ron.

 39 
 on: Yesterday at 19:51:00 
Started by terry paget - Last post by terry paget
Yes, which surely means that it is drawing air from outside via the pollen filter - and that bung/flap valve at the bottom of the chamber. It may be stuck open?

Ron.
Thanks, Ron. I had a look down below the pollen filter, and I could see nothing but mud, and a bundle of wires disappearing through a hole at the bottom, with a displaced grommet around it. After considerable digging in the mud I think I have found the drain grommet, hopelessly blocked. Luckily the water could escape down the cable hole. I took a photo. My inclination is to push the drain grommet  out. Good idea?

 40 
 on: Yesterday at 19:42:41 
Started by Lizzie Zoom - Last post by Rods2
During WWI US political analyst was asked by a reporter how he would solve the U-Boat crisis. He thought for a minute and said drain the Atlantic. :o :o :o When the reporter asked, how will you do that? The analyst replied not my problem, I invent political policy, not implement it. ;D ;D ;D

So I would suggest create a new ice age and the North sea will dry up again. ::) ::) ::)

And this will probably happen before the Boris bridge is even at the planning stage. ;D ;D ;D

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