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General Car Chat / Re: Buying at car auctions - any advice?
« on: 08 February 2019, 21:35:09 »
Or you could go mad and buy something damaged to repair from Copart like I did recently, story to follow at some point when it is finished

General Car Chat / Re: Focus brake bleeding
« on: 28 January 2019, 20:10:03 »
I did the bleed process via FORSCAN, great bit of software and it got all the air out of the abs pump, my own stupid fault for leaving the system open

General Car Chat / Focus brake bleeding
« on: 26 January 2019, 16:17:40 »
Howdy y'all

Having a bit of a mare here, I've completely drained the brake system on a 59 reg focus to change the axle, I've refilled it and pressure bled the system with a gunsons Ezibleed but can I buggery get a hard pedal, shoved a litre through the system and not getting any more bubbles out but still no braking  >:(

I have some software that will bleed the ABS system and am planning on trying this in the morning but any other suggestions welcome

General Discussion Area / I Daniel Blake, film on Sat night
« on: 05 January 2019, 16:54:45 »
Cracking and very true to life Ken Loach film on BBC2 9:45 pm, I would be interested in the thoughts of anyone who does 

General Discussion Area / Re: Rip off
« on: 03 January 2019, 14:15:04 »
Ours was 28 per month last year and has just gone up to 38, fair enough seeing as they paid out 6.5k on doggy chemotherapy last year

Total claims of 9k I think in 3 yrs so very glad I got her insured, no issue with claims and I couldn't rate current insurer, NCI I think 

Started 23rd with sore throat, now got throat , sinus and chest infection. It's the worst I've ever had. 

Medicinal alcohol combined with antibiotics seem to be making some headway

Omega General Help / Re: Removing plug from driver's door motor
« on: 24 December 2018, 16:38:40 »
fingernail behind the flaps one at a time and bend them out a bit and then push down,

General Discussion Area / Re: 48 letters delivered?
« on: 12 December 2018, 18:18:15 »
The thought of McKvey leading scares the bejeesus out of me

General Discussion Area / Re: What did you do at work today?
« on: 11 December 2018, 19:57:57 »
Spent time with a patient who I think will be dead within a month such is their hopeless addiction to IV drugs, been working with these people for over 20 yrs and I very rarely get upset but for some reason this one got through my defences,  :'( 

Hey Ho

General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit Interlude 2
« on: 11 December 2018, 18:21:14 »
Likely been posted before but this near finished me off, Andy Serkis  ;D

Omega General Help / Re: drivers side door wont open
« on: 11 December 2018, 17:39:22 »
I have fixed my problem It was a failed locking mechanism. I managed to get to the lock with the door still closed.It is possible to do this without breaking the door card.

Well done Ron and glad it's sorted, don't keep us in suspenders as to the magic technique ;D

Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / Re: Wanted: SRS ECU
« on: 10 December 2018, 10:49:28 »
I'm breaking an 02 2.2 Cd currently, not sure on compatibility though, is there a way to tell ?

General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 05 December 2018, 20:31:22 »
The Tory bias on the BBC was crystal clear during the last GE, one standout example for me was Corbyn addressing a 10,000 + crowd and didn't get a sniff of coverage, however the syphilitic witch May was on a loop walking round a bakery fondling Brioche buns whilst warbling strong and stable, it reminds me of the 'dangle berries' spouted on North Korean TV news sometimes   

Not very strong nor stable at the moment though is she  ::)

Omega General Help / Re: ignition barrel will not turn
« on: 04 December 2018, 17:27:08 »
Squirt any old lube down the keyhole, remove the fob from your key, put the chip somewhere safe, put key in and get some light  tension on it with pliers/grips then tap the middle of the key with a light hammer, such as a tack hammer and the key should turn to aid barrel removal

Omega Electrical and Audio Help / Re: remove ccrt 2008
« on: 03 December 2018, 19:39:38 »
If you remove the buttons either side of the radio, insert the removal keys you can get a flat screwdriver from either side in a tiny gap between the radio chassis and cage, not behind the plastic radio front! then lever it out a touch and it should then slide out easily. I destroyed several radios before I learnt this trick

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