Fully agree, there is an increasing number of people who don't use their rear view mirror but, undertaking is far more dangerous and his tailgating behaviour was disgusting. As much as I sit and...
Liked On: 16th September 2013, 10:35
I'm hoping someone else will jump in here but it looks like you have a glowplug problem/harness problem as well as EGR fault. By the looks of it the codes may not be too serious, Cylinder # 1 glow...
Liked On: 22nd July 2013, 08:12
No probs mate, happy to help :) Yeah, even it if doesn't look dirty, if you can empty the filter, fill with new fuel and start her up. I'm guessing she will start and probably idle for longer than...
Liked On: 20th July 2013, 23:30
Hmmm, well it definitely looks like your old fuel filter was dirty. How full was your tank before the refill? The fact it started after a new fuel filter before it failed again suggests to me, and I...
Liked On: 20th July 2013, 22:39
I do find this funny, the guys in the US do everything to get rid of them and someone over here wants them :)
Liked On: 29th May 2013, 22:47
The bulk of forum posts are from diesel owners but I have had contact from a couple of petrol owners with hex shaft wear problems. However, look on Autotrader and the vast bulk of 2nd hands are...
Liked On: 29th May 2013, 21:10
2005-some 2006 have the chain and the hex shaft problem. 2006-2008 have the hex shaft problem and possible gear tooth being worn problem.
Liked On: 29th May 2013, 20:55
Personally I wouldn't risk it. Diesels are noisy and you'll constantly be worrying there is a slight engine noise. Having an inspection done will put your mind at rest and show you what state it's...
Liked On: 29th May 2013, 20:42
Liked On: 16th March 2013, 07:49
Check out VOSA's website for vehicle recalls: VOSA - Vehicle Recalls (http://www.dft.gov.uk/vosa/apps/recalls/default.asp?tx=VOSA)
Liked On: 2nd March 2013, 22:39
Liked On: 19th October 2012, 21:39
[gasp of astonishment]This is number 1 cardinal sin in my book, never get some wacko to wash your car. They'll probably use washing up liquid that'll remove the wax off the car and they use sponges...
Liked On: 3rd August 2012, 11:05
Liked On: 2nd August 2012, 22:06
Fully understand, this is why I got it fixed when I had no problem. Just didn't feel confident driving the car knowing it would break at some point.
Liked On: 8th June 2012, 10:42
As long as you are happy driving around with a component under tension and that tension being supplied by a bit of plastic, then yeah you'll be fine. However, the symptoms of this problem can happen...
Liked On: 7th June 2012, 21:28