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 61 
 on: Yesterday at 15:42:21 
Started by tunnie - Last post by tunnie
Thanks.

I've just checked the ABS fuse, looked fully intact not even any brown marks to suggest a burn or anything.

Lack of technical info on the Zaf, no idea where the pump even is... let along where looms/plugs run to. I would not be surprised if it's the pump, seen a few go on Insignia forums.  :-\

 62 
 on: Yesterday at 15:39:51 
Started by Varche - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
I think the " they sell more to us than we sell to them" card was overplayed.

The "They need us more than we need them" card doesn't seem quite as powerful as perhaps we imagined.

Personally I would prefer us to leave with no deal and some dignity rather than the 'not really leaving at all' Chequers plan, like a dog with it's tail between it's legs.




 63 
 on: Yesterday at 15:39:39 
Started by tunnie - Last post by jimmy944
As its showing 0v @ the ABS pump, did you pull the multiplug on and see if its getting voltage in, using multimeter? if its getting power, then surely the pump is Donald? If not then can you not chase the wiring back?

As the light's coming on immediately, probably means its not "seeing" a component, rather than that component failing a test of some kind.

Also, have you replaced any relevant fuses (as opposed to just checking them)? I've had a fuse go on the ovlov recently that visually seemed fine, but didn't function.

 64 
 on: Yesterday at 15:35:52 
Started by Varche - Last post by tigers_gonads
For those who want Mrs May to go, and those who want Brexit abandoned (against the wishes of the UK population) ... a simple question .....  :)

Do you honestly, and truly, really think the EU will simply allow us to revoke article 50 and carry on as if nothing had ever happened ??? If you do you live in a dream world ...

The EU will punish us as much as they can for even trying to leave, with "fees" to cover the expenses incurred, an a complete change of the way we are allowed to vote. They will rub their hands with glee and inflict as much harm on the economy as possible .. especially where they have changed rules already to restrict our access to things like banking, technology, etc ... to "rejoin" will cost ... big time .... they will ensure it .....




I don't remember who it was exactly but quite a few years ago, some EU representative laughed at the UK and stated that we was nothing more then a nation of corner shop keepers  >:(

The EU is in affect 2 countries ............... The New United Germany and France and believe me, its Germany that wears the trousers in that relationship.

With the exception of the UK, every other member is there to contribute to the "fund" and out of that, they get the feeling that they are a part of this wonderful club and it gives them a warm feeling in the crutch.


I've often asked myself what do the EU want us in there little club for ?

Imo, its for the London financial centre and to bail them out of the shit if the bullets start flying and nothing else.
Take away that and we have very little they want anymore.
These isles used to have a wealth of expertise and experience in pretty much everything.

Over the last 40 years, all these expertise have either oppsed off to the United States were the money for research is OR been swallowed up by European companies who now own those brains  >:(

For me, the EU have never had any intentions of any deal unless it totally destroys the UK as a world influence.
Bitterness for these isles because we once ruled most of the planet many many years ago is pathetic.
Does Spain or Portugal get the same ?
No because they keep there mouths shut and toe the line  :(
France is up Germanys arse anyway so there past exploites abroad is conveniently forgotten.

For me, brexit was about taking control of our Isles back from bussells.
You cannot have a democracy if you cannot debate and make your own laws without outside influence.

There should never have been any negocations at all imo because we could never expect them to play fair.
After the vote, the UK we should have sat down and decieded what exactly we are going to be in March 2019 and then told the EU our terms and left them to squabble amongst themselfes.







 65 
 on: Yesterday at 15:34:14 
Started by raywilb - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Not all makes have pre drilled holes for the bracket for the headlight levelling sensor on the n/s wishbone.
They generally have the hole but inevitably untapped.

 66 
 on: Yesterday at 15:32:01 
Started by Varche - Last post by Field Marshal Dr. Opti
I'm surprised that people are surprised that the EU hasn't dropped it's knees and begged us to stay at any cost.

It is 27.......we are 1. The one that decided to leave.

The EU should and will protect the interests the 27. We must do our best to look after our own interests and not expect the EU to help us.

We no longer wish to be part of 'Club EU'.......they are only interested in EU members.



 

 67 
 on: Yesterday at 15:28:28 
Started by Varche - Last post by jimmy944
Probably Norway model

If we can adopt their standard of life, that's fine by me. I doubt the taxation levels on alcohol would go down very well with the rest of the population, though.

Agreed, sadly we'd need a stonking great sovereign wealth fund to bankroll it up though.

 68 
 on: Yesterday at 15:19:46 
Started by tunnie - Last post by dave the builder
I assume the dealer will replace various modules and looms etc over several visits and have your pants down ,
Sorry for your loss  :'(
(of time and money )

 69 
 on: Yesterday at 15:16:22 
Started by Varche - Last post by aaronjb
Probably Norway model

If we can adopt their standard of life, that's fine by me. I doubt the taxation levels on alcohol would go down very well with the rest of the population, though.

 70 
 on: Yesterday at 15:13:46 
Started by Varche - Last post by Varche
For those who want Mrs May to go, and those who want Brexit abandoned (against the wishes of the UK population) ... a simple question .....  :)

Do you honestly, and truly, really think the EU will simply allow us to revoke article 50 and carry on as if nothing had ever happened ??? If you do you live in a dream world ...

The EU will punish us as much as they can for even trying to leave, with "fees" to cover the expenses incurred, an a complete change of the way we are allowed to vote. They will rub their hands with glee and inflict as much harm on the economy as possible .. especially where they have changed rules already to restrict our access to things like banking, technology, etc ... to "rejoin" will cost ... big time .... they will ensure it .....

Agree wholeheartedly. With something like this we (Britain) have shown our hand. You cannot "unshow" it. I think one of the main terms for any rejoining deal would be taking the Euro. It has been spelt out often enough that new joining countries have to do that.

It will be interesting to see what if any alternative the EU offer. Probably Norway model

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