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- Tue Aug 21, 2018 2:11 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: 14 Volts with engine running
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I'd say try a different mechanic. Most cars charge up to around 14.5v. My gtx is usually around 14.4 and my 34 year old 924 is between 13.5 to 14.2 depending on engine speed.
- Mon Aug 20, 2018 6:58 pm
- Forum: For Sale / Wanted
- Topic: Anyone want to take 2003 Diesel 406 Estate off my hands?
- Replies: 7
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Ohh if you do buy it I'd be interested in a couple of parts if they aren't needed.
And finished. https://i.imgur.com/nBIuuAr.jpg The new hard line needed a bit if adjustment to get it into the correct position but not much. https://i.imgur.com/pvyeZnB.jpg I've put a rubber cover over the sharp edge where the pipe goes through the inner wing. The original pipe has a thicker jacket ...
So much for an easy job, anyway here goes. The problem. https://i.imgur.com/t29ojwJ.jpg The first problem arose when I tried to undo the flair nut at the top of the flexi hose, judging by the state of it I'd say it's the original and was completely solid and even using a flair nut spanner it rounded...
The only picture I got of doing the job as it started raining. https://i.imgur.com/VOTx56Z.jpg Also found that the drives side front flexi hose is almost completely perished where it passes through a plastic sleeve that holds it in place. It's so bad that when you press the brake pedal it doesn't ju...
Not done much to the GTX for a while now, still not fitted the wheel bearing :roll: regarding the brake fluid loss I believe I've tracked it down to the clutch slave cylinder. Gave Peugeot a call and they said the part is in high demand and it would probably be early September before they could get ...