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Oil and Filter ready for Holiday drive up to Cromer at the weekend  8)

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Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / Wtd.Radiator End Covers
« on: Yesterday at 13:27:28 »
The pins on both of my radiator end cover trims have snapped off.

Not sure if FL are different shape ?,but if anybody has a decent set..need both left and right would be grateful.

Paypal gift payment  :y

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General Car Chat / Re: Signum
« on: 12 August 2018, 14:40:44 »
Still a load of dough for an occasional driver ,but if you can afford to  ::)..then why not ;D

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General Car Chat / Re: Signum
« on: 12 August 2018, 12:37:36 »
Must say I took a real shine to 1 sometime ago and very nearly parted with cash....until I found the roadtax was £495 from memory .

Can say if that was cut significantly may well look again...like the shape 

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Omega General Help / Re: My Omega has let me down
« on: 06 August 2018, 11:14:39 »
Sounds like an ignition fault so first port of call would be plugs,followed by the coil packs paying close attention to any cracks or split rubber boots.


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Omega General Help / Re: Heater bypass valve change time (3.2 V6)
« on: 01 August 2018, 08:52:06 »
Surely of you haven't the tools with you ,but are capable of fixing it yourself,just buy the few tools required and do it yourself.

Cheap tool set must be available and if you can buy the part happy days .Even with limited equipment should only take 1 hour max and part should be around £20

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General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 26 July 2018, 16:25:04 »
Replaced rear brake pads this morning...before the heat got too much  8)

Can never understand why the outter pad normally comes out easily,but the inner always seems to be stuck fast to the piston and crub and crap seem to fuse it to the calliper body.After a wrestle got it out and changed and nice clean fluid bleed through system too so only the other 10 jobs left now ;D

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Omega General Help / Re: Radiator Thermo Switches
« on: 25 July 2018, 18:42:03 »
Thatís my plan too as canít see point in buying new switches when others worked fine but will renew both crush washers for £1-50 each

Just waiting for tad to be delivered now

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Omega General Help / Re: Radiator Thermo Switches
« on: 25 July 2018, 10:05:02 »
Fully expecting old switches to come out fine...washers to be just slightly crushed..put back into new rad without any further issues...Ö.but like to have all bases covered for the sake of a few £,s :y

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Omega General Help / Re: Radiator Thermo Switches
« on: 25 July 2018, 08:49:16 »
Just trying to find somebody local who stocks them...Febi list just the seal ring 03083 but even though its pennies to buy on line postage for 2 small copper washers is over £12  >:(..not paying that to anybody

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Omega General Help / Re: Radiator Thermo Switches
« on: 25 July 2018, 08:00:52 »
Peanuts it is then . ;D..car is not going anytime soon..Europarts here I come ::)

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Omega General Help / Re: Radiator Thermo Switches
« on: 24 July 2018, 23:03:07 »
Never intended trying to fit them with rad in place.

Question was when I replace old radiator with new all hoses and switches will be removed from old rad to new ...wanted to ensure the seal on the old switches was sound when replaced ... :y

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Omega General Help / Re: Radiator Thermo Switches
« on: 24 July 2018, 21:43:46 »
That's what I,m hoping for but want to be fully prepared especially as the bottom 1 looks a right pita to remove and reseal once rad is fitted.

Might just give the metal switch threads a smear of liquid ptfe to be on the safe side

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Omega General Help / Radiator Thermo Switches
« on: 24 July 2018, 21:22:53 »
After a productive afternoon with the coolant pressure tester I have now managed to trace the coolant leak which I thought was originally the aux electric pump..but now is certainly the plastic edge of the radiator at the bottom.

Question I have is when the new rad is fitted is it necessary to replace any seals on both the 2 thermos switches,as cant see any point in replacing either as fans etc work fine..its just rad that has worn .

Can I re-anneal the copper washers assuming that's how they are sealed or should seals be replaced...if so where can these be sourced

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General Discussion Area / Re: Billie Jean by the Donald
« on: 23 July 2018, 16:54:36 »
Pure genius..very very funny  ;D

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