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The IT Crowd / Re: George Boole’s 200th Birthday
« Last post by Immcolata on April 24, 2019, 06:06:42 AM »
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ClubCalibra Events & Meets / Re: Spring Action Day- Castle Combe- Apr 25th
« Last post by Aliveindo on April 23, 2019, 03:31:48 AM »
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Technical Troubleshooting & Servicing / Re: Fuel sender unit
« Last post by Aliveindo on April 23, 2019, 03:30:44 AM »
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Show Off Your Car! / Re: Calibra V6 by Seb
« Last post by EarlForry on April 22, 2019, 11:52:44 AM »
Hindi sigurado kung paano tutulungan ako? Tungkol sa kaalaman na hinahanap ko, patuloy kong ibinabahagi ang impormasyong ito.
Technical Troubleshooting & Servicing / Re: 8v Idle control valve
« Last post by EarlForry on April 22, 2019, 11:52:01 AM »
Gusto ko talagang malaman kung paano i-scan ang site at karamihan sa mga impormasyon tungkol dito ay sapat na upang ipaliwanag?
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Some things I have never known before. Until coming to know from all of you
As I understand from the earlier answers I can read with Op com. But my Op com is OBD2 and 16 pin. Can it be used with some sort of adapter to motronic 10 pin connector? If so, where to buy the adapter?
Handling, Suspension and Wheels / Re: Steering wheel vibration
« Last post by TURBOHEAD on April 03, 2019, 14:00:27 PM »
Hi wim :)

It's good to hear that by a bit of tweaking you have made has given some improvement.......spring s and how they operate is crucial to how they absorb rough road surfaces...........regar ds the drop links.

I would check the threads on the drop links and also the threads on the securing nuts for any evidence of thread dammage.  The best nuts to use is  "Nylock Nuts" which by there construction will lock in position .........after proper tore settings are used.

You are definitely in the right area of investigation so to speak...........I have had nuts that tighten almost to the correct Tory when one more slight turn with the spannner pops loose >:(

In manuals they always advise to fit New nuts and bolts........but it's easy to ignore this advice thinking the fixings you have removed seem ok.

You will solve the problem at some point......good luck  8)
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