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    Get yourself a crimping tool and some terminals...

    Get yourself a crimping tool and some terminals and fix them yourself. I bought mine from link below. Got a ratchet crimping tool which is fantastic and some durite multi pin tool and made my entire...
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    I wonder if parts 1 & 2 explain the situation. So...

    I wonder if parts 1 & 2 explain the situation. So are you furstyferret or have you bought his car? :scratch:
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    Sold Yes, he pm'd me the other day. I'll let him...

    Yes, he pm'd me the other day. I'll let him introduce himself, seems to have been a member for a while
  4. OP hasn't logged in since 2016, best bet is lil...

    OP hasn't logged in since 2016, best bet is lil fuzzer as he's having a big clearout at the moment
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    What just happened? Is this thread about 2...

    What just happened? Is this thread about 2 different cars? Or is there a DR Jekyll and Mr Hyde thing going on

    Mr Hyde: "Time to sell the car"
    Dr Jekyll: "Fix it, Fix it, Fix it, Fix it, Fix it,...
  6. Thread: Forum Future

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    Sticky: Without upsetting anyone, I'm on the other side...

    Without upsetting anyone, I'm on the other side of the coin. I've been a regular member on here for years, I try and help where I can & post information when I get it but I am not a member of CCGB...
  7. Will definitely be calling next year, will never...

    Will definitely be calling next year, will never EVER go anywhere near the scumbags at Hastings Insurance ever again. If you can get anywhere close you can have both my cars.

    I did ring up this...
  8. Thread: Locks itself

    by swiftkid
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    From memory this could be a symptom of a faulty...

    From memory this could be a symptom of a faulty door handle switch. Going back about 8 or 9 years ago mine did something similar, I took the door handle off and the wires fell off in my hand. Worth...
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    Unfortunately full resprays are massively time...

    Unfortunately full resprays are massively time consuming and the materials aren't cheap either which makes them expensive for a good quality job. Prepping it yourself will lower the cost but they...
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    Sticky: When you say, you fit the old sensor and the fan...

    When you say, you fit the old sensor and the fan doesn't come on what do you mean? Stage 3 is really a last hope speed and hopefully shouldn't ever be needed so unless you've got some really high...
  11. Thread: VR6 Timing

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    Yes, that would cause those issues. I think I...

    Yes, that would cause those issues. I think I said the same on facebook to you. Yes you can remove bolts out of cam sprockets but make sure you torque them back up fully as it's pretty disastrous if...
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    If it's a raceland or similar 6 branch you can...

    If it's a raceland or similar 6 branch you can take it off without taking half the car apart, I swapped mine in a carpark rather stupidly. The 6 branch tend to have an adapter flange but bolt up to...
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    Look for M38RAJ on instagram, he's just put his...

    Look for M38RAJ on instagram, he's just put his R32 up for sale. It looks mint and has all the right goodies, looks to be dirt cheap as well. I wouldn't be selling mine for anywhere near that
  14. Oh dear god what have I done, I woken a ham and...

    Oh dear god what have I done, I woken a ham and cheese giant! Welcome back kev earwig-bacon-piano-wire though, not fancy another rado?
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    Sounds like the Haynes way of doing it but before...

    Sounds like the Haynes way of doing it but before you do all that, spray a load of WD40 on the sensor, leave it for a few days then jack the car up up take the allen key bolt out and using a pair of...
  16. Thread: ABS upgrade

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    I'll put this nice and simple. FACT -An MOT...

    I'll put this nice and simple.

    FACT
    -An MOT man can and will fail MOT if ALL traces of the ABS have not been removed, this includes sensors, wiring, dash lights, ECU. That is not opinion, that...
  17. Thread: ABS upgrade

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    You can not be serious? You're calling my factual...

    You can not be serious? You're calling my factual information bad advice? Based on the FACT my friend removed his abs system and ended up having to scrap the car because he failed MOT and couldn't be...
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    Stealth aren't a million miles from you and know...

    Stealth aren't a million miles from you and know the conversion back to front, inside out. Speaking from someone who has done it, consider doing it yourself. You are looking at about 8k drive in...
  19. Thread: ABS upgrade

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    I'm sorry but that is the worst advice I have...

    I'm sorry but that is the worst advice I have ever heard. Putting aside the fact that removing the ABS system from a car originally fitted with ABS is now MOT fail-able, it's just plain stupid to...
  20. The physical swap is dead easy, mounts are off...

    The physical swap is dead easy, mounts are off the shelf and you could probably get it done within a day - the time consuming bit is the little extra's, boost pipes etc. If you do your research, make...
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    Holy thread revival batman, I remember 2015 like...

    Holy thread revival batman, I remember 2015 like it was over 4 years ago.
  22. Swapping from a 9a to a 20v or a 20vt would be a...

    Swapping from a 9a to a 20v or a 20vt would be a similar swap I reckon. The only difference being some intercooler piping as you'll still need a custom downpipe, custom loom etc etc.

    The loom...
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    I've got an entire ABS system I've just removed...

    I've got an entire ABS system I've just removed from my 1995 VR6 in full working condition, removed to fit Teves20 system. Light came on and went off as usual, no ABS fault codes as I scanned it...
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    Hopefully get some pictures to update the thread...

    Hopefully get some pictures to update the thread soon if I can be bothered. Over the winter/summer I've fitted a Teves20 ABS system, Mk4 climate control, fully braided hoses & new lines, redone the...
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    Out of interest, Manchester body building......

    Out of interest, Manchester body building... Cartwrights by any chance?
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