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Put a bit of thick grease or even blu tack into the socket is useful.

There is just enough room to feed a 1/4 extension bar with a deep socket through the gap under the headlight where you have removed the trim section.A good strong led torch is needed to see the bolt and allow the socket to be feed onto it .Its not very tight so little effort removing.Refitting is the reverse but again ideal to secure the bolt into the socket as explained above.

Finally be careful when you remove the assembly as the leg which you have just removed the hidden bolt from is quite flexible but can snap if pulled too hard.

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Omega Electrical and Audio Help / Re: Sun Roof Ghost
« on: 12 November 2021, 16:54:13 »
Cheers guys .
Rumaged around in the drivers footwell and located fuse #25 only controls sunroof so removed and roof disabled !
Will investigate a replacement control box as like things to work Öbut not all the time especially at motorway speed when raining .
Problem resolved at present

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Omega Electrical and Audio Help / Sun Roof Ghost
« on: 12 November 2021, 09:00:13 »
Sunroof is doing the phantom opening and closing ,
Have removed magnetic disc and cleaned with switch cleaner but hasnít resolved issue,
As sunroof rarely if ever used am happy to disconnect it permenantly.
Where is the relay or is it on a separate fuse

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I spent around £800 couple of years ago on a full front end rebuild and never regretted spending it as car drives like a dream,and still does hence my reluctance to get rid of it despite the body wounds on the NS. :(

Still only get around 9 months out of a £450 set of tyres but thats mileage not wear :(

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Omega General Help / Re: POLLEN FILTER
« on: 03 September 2021, 21:01:54 »
Good find and bargain  :y

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Omega General Help / Re: POLLEN FILTER
« on: 02 September 2021, 20:20:59 »
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Omega General Help / Re: POLLEN FILTER
« on: 02 September 2021, 16:10:47 »
Listed on Autovaux for £10-81 :y

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Omega General Help / Re: POLLEN FILTER
« on: 02 September 2021, 16:04:41 »
Needs to be carbon filter with electronic climate control ,but would of expected easy enough to buy sub £20 even of fleagay....bosch or meyle would be my choices ...think mine fitted is bosch as tend to replace every year or so

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Ali ones have long since gone as guy who made them has no further stock.You might find the resin type with a google search or maybe a forum member has a couple they would part with .

Looks like your light has suffered the adjuster causing the internals to bounce around and been repaired ??? with a screw holding it tight  :(

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Omega General Help / Re: Exhaust Rubbing
« on: 26 August 2021, 20:37:27 »
State if the roads I imagine doesnít help .

Iím happy to replace springs just wanted to ensure I get Heavy Duty this time as unsure about the last pair and think 50k with weight I lug around isnít too bad a life span .

Also as havenít had 3 extra people in car and luggage for past 2 years maybe itís just my memory of how long things last now

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Omega General Help / Re: Exhaust Rubbing
« on: 26 August 2021, 18:04:15 »
Thanks for offer J
Lots of pipework also removed and little hope of finding new SL shocks hence my decision a few years ago to run stock std .
Car normally runs just driver but with around 2 adults weight in boot .
Holiday luggage similar weight so 2 adults in back with weight of a further 2 in boot !!

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Omega General Help / Re: Exhaust Rubbing
« on: 26 August 2021, 17:22:26 »
No they are std non SL springs in it at present but Lesjors? Think thatís how itís spelt as advised to avoid KYB,s last time

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Omega General Help / Re: Exhaust Rubbing
« on: 26 August 2021, 16:53:51 »
Just curious about how much a spring lost its strength over 2 years

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Omega General Help / Re: Exhaust Rubbing
« on: 26 August 2021, 10:08:37 »
Current set up is std Sachs rear shocks and lesjords springs some 50k old .

Just curious about how much a spring will degrade/compress over that time frame as they get a hard life with a full boot all the time .

Recent holiday trip with 2 adults in the back and weight of luggage caused exhaust to bottom out but once luggage removed issue of grounding removed hence suspicion that springs are sagging

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Omega General Help / Re: Exhaust Rubbing
« on: 26 August 2021, 08:29:53 »
Yes Al found them but wanted to be sure theyíre HD as set I fitted few years ago are Lesjors ?? so maybe they are tired now after lugging all the stuff I do for work .

Itís sits perfectly on the road just seems to be more compression when loaded in the back .

Would have gone with air shocks but being NA and all the plumbing and pump removed had little option .

Will investigate further next week but suspect will just need to replace springs

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