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Only 650BHP but lots of fun. . . .

I think the whole budget was spent on GoPro cameras  :) :)

General Car Chat / Re: Question about eBay seller
« on: 31 October 2013, 11:24:05 »
He's now updated the ad to include the MOT advisories, with some mention of the repairs..

Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / Wanted F/L front door solenoid
« on: 08 October 2013, 14:59:26 »
Hi Guys

Got a lazy front door solenoid, anyone got a good replacement for sale ?

Parts number should be I think 90 493 702


Which bit is buggered, the display or radio ?

Any particular reason why they should be failing, is it an age thing.

You did originally pair the CID for me..

Omega Electrical and Audio Help / NCDC 2013 gone into 'Radio safe'
« on: 02 October 2013, 16:04:51 »
Hi Guys

My 2013 has recently started displaying 'Radio Safe' (with a beep) when in Sat Nav mode and Tuner mode. I have a CID.
The Satnav still works, its a pain to program as the radio safe comes up every 6 seconds.

When in the main screen its all ok. The steering wheels controls dont work either..

I searched the forum and found this thread
Which appears to be exactly the same as I'm having..

Was the reason ever resolved, and can it be fixed, does it require a 'chat' with a Tech 2 ?

General Discussion Area / Re: NOT from my own dash cam . . .
« on: 02 September 2013, 20:50:03 »

General Discussion Area / Re: NOT from my own dash cam . . .
« on: 02 September 2013, 08:18:53 »
You can see the rock start to fall 3 sec in...

I have fitted the mv6 seat so I can repair the Elite seat later.

Fault is exactly as described. Seat upside down, follow the heated seat loom from the back until it disapears under the side frame next to another loom that also leads to the same place into the heated seat control unit.

The conduit had been cut through along with the insulation to reveal bare copper touching the side frame. The bit if tape vx fitted to cover the edge had unfolded itself out flat to leave the metal bare, which then cut through the wire when the seat is occupied.

I have to say, I find it disgracefull a fault like this can cause the engine, and hence pas and brake assistance to cut out.

During my original fault finding I was surprised that fuse 15 supplied so many different things, when I think some of them (especially the heated seats) should be on there own fuse..

General Discussion Area / Re: OUCH!!!!
« on: 22 June 2013, 17:16:15 »

Mine burst when I was 10 and I still remember the finger and the rubber glove........... ::) ::) ::)

Glad you are ok now though..... :y :y

I had mine out in my early teens, the glove and lube were certainly a surprise to this innocent young teenager...   

General Car Chat / Re: New toy
« on: 11 June 2013, 22:51:43 »
Nice pad you have there, Weds. :y

Incidentally, how much does a 1990 928 set you back these days? :y.

Not my place, unfortunately...

About 7.7K

In 1990 they were about 60K  :)

General Car Chat / Re: New toy
« on: 11 June 2013, 17:08:06 »
Mmm.. Always fancied one of those. :-*

+1 Even the 4 pot ones go for a lot of dough  :(

Lovely car , not envious at all  >:( ;D ;)

Is there such an animal as a 4 cylinder 928?.......I thought they were all blessed with a woofly V8. ??? ???

There all V8, first there was the 4.5lt then a 4.7, mines a 5lt and the GT was 5.4lt

General Car Chat / Re: New toy
« on: 10 June 2013, 22:32:00 »
fuel pumps,electrics, and they like fuel more than an omega.

Your not wrong there... between 15 to 20 mpg.. But lots of fun  :D

General Car Chat / Re: New toy
« on: 10 June 2013, 22:23:32 »
The only porsche worth having.  :y :y

Not bad for 23 years old...

Been sorting out a few electrical problems, battery changed because it kept going flat, and spent most of the day sorting out the interior lights, wouldn't switch from the doors opening, then found they had been connected up wrongly (not by me) when work had been done on the speaker wiring in the doors, then the alarm had a hissy fit and wouldn't open or lock the doors...

General Car Chat / New toy
« on: 10 June 2013, 22:04:15 »
Always fancied a Porsche, this 928 was to good to miss.... 5ltr V8, sounds lovely...

Omega General Help / Re: Rear Wheel Bearing replacement
« on: 07 May 2013, 18:02:44 »

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