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I hate throwing stuff away. This is a supplement to Audio Manual TS 1523-3. I hope that helps.

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General Car Chat / OBD tester
« on: 30 January 2023, 15:56:18 »
Can anyone recommend one of the above for a Kuga PHEV?

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General Car Chat / Ford Kuga PHEV
« on: 30 January 2023, 15:33:13 »
Trying to do my bit for the planet, I swapped my 7 year old 2.0l petrol Mondeo, which has been absolutely faultless, Iíve only paid for service items, for a 1 year old, 6k, Kuga PHEV, and would like to test the batteries, can anyone recommend an OBD tester which will work on these cars?
Apologies wrong section, admins please move to Gen car chat.

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Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / Free Omega bits
« on: 20 December 2022, 07:43:57 »
Reposting:
As above, came off my MFL estate, (I think), or, less likely, my FL saloon, just rediscovered in garage. Part numbers are:
HL: 90 565 803
Fogs: 90 457 820, 90 457 819
I also have an auto gearbox controller, the triangular piece that fits on the shaft and its cable and socket. Iím not sure whether this is Omega or Carlton, part number is 2 360 over 081798.
Perhaps someone with parts access can positively identify the above parts.
All free for collection or postage costs.

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As above, contains all tech specs (inc. dual fuel), colours, trims, performance, all models up to 3.0L.
Seems too nice a book to throw in the bin.
Free

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As above, came off my MFL estate, (I think), or, less likely, my FL saloon, just rediscovered in garage. Part numbers are:
HL: 90 565 803
Fogs: 90 457 820, 90 457 819
I also have an auto gearbox controller, the triangular piece that fits on the shaft and its cable and socket. Iím not sure whether this is Omega or Carlton, part number is 2 360 over 081798.
Perhaps someone with parts access can positively identify the above parts.
All free for collection or postage costs.

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Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / Free MFL and FL bits
« on: 15 July 2022, 16:27:25 »
MFL RH headlamp, both foglamps, headlamp trim and the other bits(?) plus an autobox cable which is either from a FL 3.2 or a Carlton box, number on body is 2 340 08179B.
Free to collect or for postage.














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General Discussion Area / Aviation nostalgia
« on: 20 April 2022, 20:38:05 »
A seriously good bit of literary aviation nostalgia, enhanced by the nod to Ernie Gannís classic, Fate is the Hunter.
https://wahsonline.com/tristar-and-me/

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General Discussion Area / Loss
« on: 15 April 2022, 06:49:54 »
I am bereft to say that my beloved wife of 60 years, having suffered from Alzheimerís for several years, died peacefully in my arms at home on Tuesday.

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General Discussion Area / Eat your hearts out
« on: 06 April 2022, 16:23:37 »
 All being well we shall be roughing it here in 10 days: https://rollingsurf.com

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General Car Chat / New Kuga PHEV
« on: 04 April 2022, 18:38:17 »
Thinking of replacing the 6 year old Mondeo, for which theyíve offered silly money, for one of these.
Any good knowledge of them on here?

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Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / 2.5 TD sump gasket.
« on: 08 February 2022, 08:20:30 »
As above, a new gasket available free.

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General Discussion Area / SD cards
« on: 12 July 2021, 12:38:50 »
I have three Kingston SD. Card adapters with SD(?) cards in them from my Spitfire flight. Can anyone advise what I need to connect them to my Samsung TV?

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General Discussion Area / Spitfire
« on: 12 July 2021, 10:20:51 »
My daughter very generously treated me to a Spitfire flight for my birthday a couple of weeks ago. I had a fabulous trip in MJ627 from Biggin Hill, coincidentally where I first went for aircrew selection, longer ago than I care to remember. The hour long trip took us round several of the old Battle of Britain airfields, and also along the coast past the white cliffs. I persuaded the pilot to do a few aeros including victory rolls, he didn't take much persuading!
I was able to fly the Spit for some minutes and had a wonderful day out. The experience included a full tour of the Heritage Hangar where they build, maintain and display Spitfire, Hurricane, and Messerschmitt aircraft, shown in a programme series on More4. This was also a trip down memory lane, as my qualifying exam as an engine fitter, included doing the valve and ignition timing on a Merlin engine, albeit on a Lanc.
Interestingly, I last saw MJ627 several years ago doing a display at East Kirkby (also home to a Lanc which they hope to get airworthy), flown by ex BBMF pilot (of 24 years at  BBMF!) S/L Paul Day. I approached him as he dismounted in the hangar afterwards to congratulate him on the display, to which he said" You're not the police are you?" No doubt as the display was, shall we say, perhaps slightly unconventional, but exhilarating.
A quote attributed to Paul Day was: 'A Lancaster is a waste of four good Merlins'.

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Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / Radio Type CDR 2005
« on: 03 June 2021, 15:18:35 »
I have the supplement to Audio manual TS 1523-3 titled as above. Edition is Oct.2001
Free to anyone.

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