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lpgaff

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About lpgaff

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  • Ford Model
    Fiesta
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Cheshire
  1. Vettel passed under yellow flags early in the race. Will we see a post race penalty? #bbcf1

  2. This #f1 is already an amazing race. This is going to be a classic!

  3. Two cars just been petrol bombed in Jen's street! Whoof, boom!

  4. Look... It's a Tin Tin Tin! http://t.co/IuDJRtdb

  5. Does anybody know why Santa's little helpers in Belgium are blacked up like minstrel men from the 19th century?

  6. This is brilliant!! “@liamdunning: Hilarious! TWO DOGS DINING http://t.co/6I85pcUb via @youtube

  7. My Top 3 #lastfm Artists: Radiohead (3), Belle and Sebastian (3) & Kings of Leon (3) #lastfm http://t.co/vY9ytojA

  8. Also, he said we were lucky because it's one of 6 (IIRC), and the easiest one to get to. The others require much more dismantling and a few more man hours. Got the old core plug out too, amazing how much it had corroded on one side. Make sure you refresh your antifreeze/coolant regularly!!
  9. Thanks everybody. Took it along with the knowledge that it was the core plug. I was charged £40 to replace it, refill with anti-freeze and get rid of the airlocks. The last but took a while but it wasn't as disastrous as I first thought when I saw steam pouring up through the bonnet! Thanks again for all your suggestions. Super!
  10. Help required... Car details: Fiesta MK5 (2001) Endura-E 1.3 engine. Steam started coming up from under the bonnet yesterday and we discovered a small jet of coolant spraying from inside the engine. At first we thought it was the pipe heading in to the oil filler cap, but on further inspection there is a hole in the engine block which is spraying out water when the engine is hot. I've attached a photo of the offending hole. I'm sorry that there isn't much context to it as it's a bit of a close up. If you can't tell where it is I can try to describe it... As you look into the engine bay from the front of the car, it is on the right-hand side, vertical part of the engine block. What I ask is, how easily can this be repaired? Anybody with any experience of this? Cheers, Liam
  11. Welcome to the Ford forums lpgaff :)

  12. Enjoying Andrew Marr's Obama love-in on BBC2