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Re: Can someone help with diagnosis
« Reply #75 on: 11 September 2019, 22:23:14 »

Do you really want reminding that you had that massive bill for a wheel bearing Uncle Stemo  :-\
and all the money spent on round black things  :-X
is she still making annoying noises and what news of the Astra  :D
The astra (and the wife) are fine. And if you think that's a massive bill, you are definitely not a builder.  ;D
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Re: Can someone help with diagnosis
« Reply #76 on: 12 September 2019, 10:01:02 »

Do you really want reminding that you had that massive bill for a wheel bearing Uncle Stemo  :-\
and all the money spent on round black things  :-X
is she still making annoying noises and what news of the Astra  :D
The astra (and the wife) are fine. And if you think that's a massive bill, you are definitely not a builder.  ;D
I was being facetious taking the P155 , but Massive compared to the 25 it costs me to do a wheel bearing  ;D
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Re: Can someone help with diagnosis
« Reply #77 on: 12 September 2019, 11:29:52 »

Do you really want reminding that you had that massive bill for a wheel bearing Uncle Stemo  :-\
and all the money spent on round black things  :-X
is she still making annoying noises and what news of the Astra  :D
The astra (and the wife) are fine. And if you think that's a massive bill, you are definitely not a builder.  ;D
I was being facetious taking the P155 , but Massive compared to the 25 it costs me to do a wheel bearing  ;D
You wouldn't get the hub for wifey's astra for 25. Then, of course, you'd have to grunt and fart doing the job and, worse of all, get muck on your hands. Yuk.
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Re: Can someone help with diagnosis
« Reply #78 on: 12 September 2019, 11:49:36 »

Ahhhhh......my Alfa. 166, 3.2, pearlescent blue with red leather. What a noise, lovely car. Until it bit me!  ;D
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« Reply #79 on: 12 September 2019, 12:30:40 »

Ahhhhh......my Alfa. 166, 3.2, pearlescent blue with red leather. What a noise, lovely car. Until it bit me!  ;D

A large bill from a big-engined alfa... who'd have thunk it...

What bit of the beast decided to let go?
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« Reply #80 on: 12 September 2019, 12:50:00 »

Ahhhhh......my Alfa. 166, 3.2, pearlescent blue with red leather. What a noise, lovely car. Until it bit me!  ;D

A large bill from a big-engined alfa... who'd have thunk it...

What bit of the beast decided to let go?
The gearbox started leaking from the sealing gasket on to the exhaust, but that wasn't what made me give up. After numerous electrical problems, the headlights decided to just point at the floor. Local garage told me that the lights had their own ecu and, as their kit wouldn't talk to it, the nearest dealer was York. I waited for the oil to stop coming out, i.e. no oil in box, and till it was midsummer so you couldn't tell what the lights were doing, and traded it against a newish astra H at Evans Halshaw. Tee hee.  ;D
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