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Omega General Help / Re: Camshaft sensor for 1995 x20xev omega
« on: 26 July 2019, 09:43:03 »
Sorry if unable to get a bosch equivalent. Would i be able to use a camshaft sensor off a 2.2 engine, if I spliced the later connector in place of the original one? Also would it work?

Thanks again for any help.

Omega General Help / Camshaft sensor for 1995 x20xev omega
« on: 26 July 2019, 09:19:31 »
Does anyone know if there is a decent version of camshaft sensor, besides the dealers such as bosch for a 1995 X20XEV omega? I have been quoted 120+vat for one from the dealer with payment upfront and a weeks wait. Even the parts person said that was expensive for what it was.

If not will have to bite the bullet. :(

Thanks in advance for all help.

Omega General Help / Re: How to unclip V6 HBV
« on: 24 July 2019, 22:01:15 »
Thank you for the reply.


Omega General Help / How to unclip V6 HBV
« on: 24 July 2019, 19:57:53 »
I need to do HBV on my 2002 V6 Omega. Can anyone tell me how it unclips as mine looks like it is still clipped to the bracket? I have read the how2.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Thanks DG for the reply. Just hoped i could have been lazy ;D


sorry to bring this up again. I bought complete doors including all the electrics from a 2002 omega. They are going on a 1995 omega, can i just fit them using the powercable already on them,or is is better to use the 95 ones? I used the 95 harness one on drivers door, but left the later door lock and window motor on, which work ok there was a small black piece in the motor connectors, once that came out the 95 harness locked in perfect. Just trying to save time if can do it that way. Or are the pinouts on the door pillars different for each facelift?

Thanks again for any help.

Thanks biggriffin for the offer, as you say unfortunately a bit too far.

Thanks Diamond Black Geezer for the information. Will the F/L back doors on estates, a Prefacelift apart from the wiring? I was told on here that the Facelift Central locking and Window motors work on the old looms.

Thanks again for all the help. The wifes car was first registered 13th October 1995 and is a 2lt 16v. I have just done headgasket change, cleaned the hydraulic lifters, waterpump and timing belt. It runs nice, so now sorting bodywork and going to sort handbrake. Would be nice to see who has the earliest omega on here.


It might be a long shot, but is there anyone breaking or know someone breaking a Omega, near Darlington UK. I am looking for a passenger side front door. The car it is for is a 1995 estate, but I have been told the facelift doors work.
Thanks for any help.

Thanks The Boy. Will fit door and connect motor. Shame the central lock motors aren't the same through out the years.


Sorry if in wrong section. Please could admin move it if it is. Thank you.

Could someone tell me if the window motors are the same drivers and passenger side front, through all the years? I have some later doors to fit on a 1995 Omega, and thought I might be able to use the motor on it, instead of having to take the one off the original doors. I have the wiring looms off the 1995 doors.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Omega General Help / Re: Well done, Autoglass!
« on: 30 May 2019, 11:44:32 »
Well National Windscreens came today, the same bloke new assistant. They took the screen out and fitted the new surround took an hour all in. Looks so much better everywhere on the screen.

So wife is pleased now. Only problem is now it shows the rest of her car up, so got cosmetic work to on it.

Thanks again for all the help. I will now know to ask for new surrounds if a new screen is needed again.


Omega General Help / Re: Well done, Autoglass!
« on: 27 May 2019, 17:56:53 »
That's good to hear. Wish mine went aswell as yours. Hopefully Friday it will be sorted.

Well after passing the blame on the insurance company, had a call today from another National windscreen, department in Middlesborough, about the complaint raised, sent them all the photos including one showing how the rubbers looked before new screen.

Further to that, now had a phonecall from the lot who put the new screen in, saying that the insurance company have suddenly agreed to pay for new seals. So it is being done next Friday.

Thanks to everyone, who have helped with information on how the seals should be.

Hopefully that will be the end.

Will ring insurance tomorrow and tell them that the bottom rubber, is not cosmetic it plays an important part of keeping out rain water from the engine bay, as it sits on the top edge of the scuttle to deflect water on to the scuttle away from the engine. Does that sound about right.  The manager from National windscreens, said that they would probably warm the drivers side rubber and glue it down. So going to see what Insurance say about fitting new rubbers without any cost to me. Not holding my breath but will see.

Well insurance contacted the National Windscreen Manager they usually deal with by them. They sent him the pictures I posted below, he said that the rubber on drivers side, definately is not right, so he contacted Hartlepool manager on our behalf. The manager from Hartlepool, contacted us and said that they will come out tomorrow, to sort out the rubber on drivers side, they will not be doing the bottom one as that is just for cosmetic only, the gap on each side is 1". They will not change the rubbers, because apparently when they get a order, from the insurance companies they don't include in the policy for new rubbers, so they use what is on the car. He said that they aren't happy doing it, but it is the only thing they can do due to the cost to the customer.

So will see what they do tomorrow.

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