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In Topic: How To Prevent Smearing/juddering On Your Wipers.

Yesterday, 11:47 PM

Vinegar and newspaper is amongst the oldest tricks in the book

In Topic: Leaking Fluid Into Driver Footwell

Yesterday, 11:42 PM

It's pretty straight forward, I can swap one over in around 20 mins and then another 5-10 mins to bleed it.

You'll need a set of spanner a, preferably ratchet as the bolts holding the master cylinder on take a while to unscrew otherwise.

In Topic: Fan Dial Switch Only Works On 4!

23 November 2015 - 11:39 PM

It's not a heater resistor, technically it's the blower motor resistor. It doesn't have any affect of the temperature of the air, it's only job is to reduce the fan speed.

In Topic: Yet Another 06 1.8 Tdci Thread!

23 November 2015 - 01:41 PM

They are either midi or mega fusible links depending on how large they are, midi are the smaller ones mega are the larger ones.
To do that much damage and melt the link something is not right, as said you need to find out what caused the bow and the heat to cause that much damage, there are very few places to buy them from other than on-line or a dealer or a scrap yard.

MEGA fuse links tend to be quite large ratings, 100 amp plus..

In Topic: Yet Another 06 1.8 Tdci Thread!

22 November 2015 - 11:44 PM

This is in my opinion definitely an early 'warning' regarding the glow plug wiring as already mentioned. Don't put another fuse in that circuit until it's all been tested and ok.

Those are MIDI type fuses.