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Big thanks to Serek (SOS Automotive)
« on: 03 August 2019, 22:04:30 »

I abandoned my 3.2 with him around 3 weeks ago, before I left for Ireland in the Zafira. Collected it today and it's running sweet as a nut!

When I limped it up there it would start but with a miss-fire and run lumpy but would generally sort itself out, managed to drop it there in successfully, it's had a mini overhaul...

- Cam Covers and gaskets
- New coil packs, which I had lying around. Although I may get brand new set. (old ones seriously cracked up)
- Oil and Filter change
- Oil change and gaskets on the gearbox, which now changes much smoother. Serek mentioned it was full of crud in the sump  :'( - That said it changes smoother than before, so maybe some life left in it yet.
- Fuel filter change
- Brake Fluid flush and change
- HBV change, source of coolant leak. Was only 2 year old genuine example.  :(


All done for a very reasonable sum in my view and it's all been done right  :y

Recently done around 1,200 miles in the Zafira, good to be back in the Omega. Recent service work should keep it going for another couple of years at least, fairly low 172k miles on it.  ;D

So big thanks to Serek.  :y :y :y :y
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Re: Big thanks to Serek (SOS Automotive)
« Reply #1 on: 04 August 2019, 10:12:50 »

Yes, it's thanks to Serek and SOS that my daily driver is on 220K and continues on. Our other cars visit SOS for the jobs I can't do as well  :y
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Re: Big thanks to Serek (SOS Automotive)
« Reply #2 on: 04 August 2019, 14:12:56 »

I abandoned my 3.2 with him around 3 weeks ago, before I left for Ireland in the Zafira. Collected it today and it's running sweet as a nut!

When I limped it up there it would start but with a miss-fire and run lumpy but would generally sort itself out, managed to drop it there in successfully, it's had a mini overhaul...

- Cam Covers and gaskets
- New coil packs, which I had lying around. Although I may get brand new set. (old ones seriously cracked up)
- Oil and Filter change
- Oil change and gaskets on the gearbox, which now changes much smoother. Serek mentioned it was full of crud in the sump  :'( - That said it changes smoother than before, so maybe some life left in it yet.
- Fuel filter change
- Brake Fluid flush and change
- HBV change, source of coolant leak. Was only 2 year old genuine example.  :(


All done for a very reasonable sum in my view and it's all been done right  :y

Recently done around 1,200 miles in the Zafira, good to be back in the Omega. Recent service work should keep it going for another couple of years at least, fairly low 172k miles on it.  ;D

So big thanks to Serek.  :y :y :y :y
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If I'd have known, would have popped by for a Hullo. :)
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