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  1. I'm sure there are many others who want/need a pair of these? They're overpriced but still cheaper than some rip-off merchants on ebay, saw a pair on there today for £39! These are just under £25 inc delivery https://www.spoonfedtuning.com/collections/corrado/products/phenix-engineering-corrado-cluster-screw-covers
  2. Does anyone know what I can replace the original half turn plastic screws with? I've searched high and low for them but can't find em but surely something else would do the job? (It's the cover to the rear spoiler, I think there should be 6 screws in total) Many thanks in advance
  3. akacheesy

    Trim clips

    any joy getting them? I'm after some for the boot panel. The bit that hides all the spoiler mechanism, I think I'm down to three from six lol
  4. LOL, I hope it was worth the wait Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  5. What's the difference? Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  6. I guess it all depends on the fault but I have a suspicion that they fail, generally for the same reason. The housing degenerates and then moisture gets in which fries the PCB. This was the problem on "Wheel Dealers" when they had an ABS fault. From personal experience, I would be more inclined to pay more for a refurb unit with a guarantee than take my chances on a second hand pump which will probably develop the same fault in a shorter space of time.
  7. try these guys. I had a second hand ABS pump fitted a few years ago and it just developed the same fault as the one that came off it. I think you'd be better to buy a remanufactured unit that comes with a guarantee, it maybe cheaper than you think. http://www.bba-reman.com/gb/content/about_bba_reman/
  8. Looks a bit pants doesn't it?
  9. Just wondering if anyone has bought one of these and if so what opinion they have of it? http://c-dubya-design.co.uk/stainless%20corrado%20badge.html
  10. Same, they are noticeable better than standard halogens too. I think I paid around £22 from my local motor accessory shop. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  11. turns out it was just a crap connection on the switch, just had to bend the contact slightly and voila, blowers back thank fook :D
  12. right, now that makes sense. I can see that there is a allan key or similar right at the back, I need to remove that and then maybe the blower motor will come out
  13. It does have a retro airconditioning system, maybe that's why it looks odd?
  14. Hmm, I have had a good look and can't see any clip
  15. I've tried twisting it but it doesn't budge
  16. Can you please explain in layman's terms? :D ta
  17. So this morning, perfect timing as it's probably the first proper frost of the year the blower decides to stop working. First question is the thermal switch or regulator or whatever it's called (see pics) it looks like there should be another wire attached to it or is it just a redundant terminal? Second question is how on earth do you get the old blower motor out? [ATTACH=CONFIG]90371[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]90374[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]90377[/ATTACH]
  18. Not having that Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  19. I disagree, had a replacement OEM fitted 6 yrs ago and I'm back to square one. They're just ****, like so many other annoying **** things about the Corrado BUT, even all the **** things combined doesn't alter the fact that it is just one of the best ever cars built and not a day goes past that I drive my 'rado and it doesn't make me smile (Owned two and the last one is almost 14yrs with me)
  20. I'm not sure but I assume it was an OEM Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  21. haha, shame you don't live closer, I'd be making you an offer you couldn't refuse
  22. just windows steaming up, they get worse when you turn up the heat. It's more than just condensation as it leaves like a greasy element on the window which suggests coolant. I might be wrong, it also has a very broken retro fit air-con system on it which might be something to do with it but I just recognise the signs from the last time it went.
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