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 on: Today at 12:31:50 
Started by Varche - Last post by aaronjb
So do we believe the Swintons insurance company claim of one million?

I think they're probably being optimistic about that number - I'd bet that it's far higher.

I expect they're extrapolating from their own statistics on claims against uninsured third parties, though, so they stand a chance of being reasonably accurate.

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 on: Today at 12:27:32 
Started by Varche - Last post by Varche
So do we believe the Swintons insurance company claim of one million?

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 on: Today at 12:22:15 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Olympia5776
The crass ridicule meted out by micron and barnier on sky TV this morning was astounding.
" We know what the UK doesn't want ,but not what it does want..."

Well here's a clue , everything you said Nein or Non to.

Yes they're not looking so smug this morning are they?  ::)

And I bet your mates down the local aint so cock a hoop either!  ;D

I just watched that odious squeek varadkar on sky threatening that peace was in the balance again if a hard Brexit occurs .
I said before that when the irish realise that they are all but insignificant in this process and start to hurt due to the loss of their 37% of total exports to UK , it'll reinstate my belief in Karma.

I have a neighbour that I grant wayleave to to allow him to drive over my land to his . I cannot deny or withdraw that access but I can make it very uncomfortable for a long period of time if I chose to , and when the previous incumbent  tried to grab 3 x 150m of my land some time ago he enjoyed 5 years of misery due to continual drainage work ,tree felling,planting,maintenance , hedge trimming and unfortunate vehicle breakdowns on the driveway .
I'd never upset people whose land I have to cross to go about my daily business .......

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 on: Today at 12:16:15 
Started by terry paget - Last post by aaronjb
Plenty of places will move cars around - expect about 1.50/mile minimum.

Anywhere you could temporarily hook a real oil pressure gauge up to if you went there? That would be an easy way to see if its safe to drive home or not..

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 on: Today at 11:48:07 
Started by terry paget - Last post by terry paget
Daughter's Astra 1.6 oil pressure warning light is coming on, she complains. It happened once in December when car was here, I checked oil level, it was OK. It's doing it much more now, car is in London. I know, it could be a failing switch, or a failing engine. I advised her to call the RAC.
If it's a faulty switch a local garage could change it. If it's a failing engine I have a problem.
I have sorted the door lock on the Omega she had before; I could return it to her, but then how would I get the Astra home?
There must be people offering a service of moving cars about, at a price. Please advise.

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 on: Today at 11:42:45 
Started by Th0m4s - Last post by Kevin Wood
Yep, and the starting enrchment on these engines will foul the plugs in short order if there are any hitches on a cold start, so the plugs need to come out and be dried off anyway. While you're there check they are all sparking.

There was a change in the wiring of the TPS sensor between a couple of variants of the non-DBW V6 which results in it being back to front with some combinations of parts. Might be worth getting some live data out of it to see what the TPS is reporting, as we suspect the loom has been changed.

I'm guessing that TPS is probably the main fuelling input until the engine is established at idle and the MAF has started to work. TPS will also result in "flood clear" mode if it's reporting 100% throttle on a closed throttle, so it will never start unless you've got the accelerator pressed, and then you only get one spot where there's neither massive overfuelling nor not enough!

Lambda sensor errors won't cause a starting problem. They have no input until they have warmed up and begin operating.

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 on: Today at 11:41:26 
Started by Jim - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Pull the door pin harder... From the outside, with mole grips ;)

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 on: Today at 11:33:20 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Kevin Wood
The crass ridicule meted out by micron and barnier on sky TV this morning was astounding.
" We know what the UK doesn't want ,but not what it does want..."

Well here's a clue , everything you said Nein or Non to.

Yes they're not looking so smug this morning are they?  ::)

And I bet your mates down the local aint so cock a hoop either!  ;D

I think that those MPs that voted against the deal and who represent constituencies that voted to leave shoud probably start updating their CVs before the next election.

Updating their CVs? I think they might need to be trying to convince the local councils to lower the streetlights to below neck height once the "yellow jacket" brigade get going. :-\

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 on: Today at 11:05:29 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
I have a sneaking suspicion Theresa will get this 'watery Brino' through parliament.

I'm wondering if some MP's are starting to lose their nerve with all this talk of 'No Deal being the end of the world'.

Should be interesting. :)

I may have got this wrong..... ;D

Still, being wrong for the first time since 1974 is not a bad record. ;D

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 on: Today at 10:42:48 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
Everyone, TM, Labour, DUP, Scottish Nationalist are talking about getting together and coming to some sort of concensus about the type of deal that might get through parliament. I think they might be forgetting that the EU has said that there is no room for further negotiations. And, even if they did want to alter bits of it, it has to be voted on by all 27 members. Ficking idiots.

Herding cats would be more simple. :)

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