stew

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  1. I just wanna say that, if any kid would have walked out in front of this ars***e when he was testing his new toy , in a built up area, doing 84mph, there is no way in the world, trained or not ..he would have stopped in time! The guy was an out and out Wan*er, and was obviously looked after internally.. SO MUCH FOR BRITISH JUSTICE
  2. I've got 5 wheels, tyres, and hubcaps for a 92........forty quid if your interested..drop me an e mail see next post for picture :winky:
  3. E-mail keeps bouncing back to me, leave your address again, and i'll retry..
  4. Carlo E-mail on its way to you mate........sorry for the delay, only just seen your post
  5. I think you'll find that it's the SL65 Merc that,s the top of the shop...... :)
  6. Yeah, they are prone to leaking around the top up lid, not by a lot, but the sensor is really sensitive. Just keep your eye on the level every now and then, or try a bit of clear silicone, if you can identify the leak. Stew ← Followup; the coolant level is fine, but the light keeps coming on. There seem be sensor wires running into the clear coolant reservoir. If the level in the clear tank is fine, should I worry ? Or is there another sensor at the bottom of the block or something.... that might be airlocked or something... ← If the level in the clear tank is fine, it sounds like the sensor itself is knackered. My understanding of the warning lamp, is that it only comes on when the water level is low, therefore if yours isn't, then you have a faulty sensor.
  7. I still believe that it should be a matter of choice!...like smoking, it's your life, do with it what you will..... and no I don't smoke Stew :)
  8. Yeah, they are prone to leaking around the top up lid, not by a lot, but the sensor is really sensitive. Just keep your eye on the level every now and then, or try a bit of clear silicone, if you can identify the leak. Stew
  9. ← Question 1-Sounds like your oil cooler line ( auto transmission) Question 2 -Your gear position is lit up on the dash Question 3 -Sound like the rear hub bushes are shot Where did you pick it up out of interest? Stew
  10. In the words of Shaggy mate "it wasn't me" ain't heard from her in about 5 months
  11. Are you sure it's not the EGR tube thats giving you that slight blowing sound? Try Japparts for the pump, the numbers in the back of the autotrader Good luck mate
  12. :D :D :D Nice new banner Chris....it's a lot better than you know whos