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  2. Trevor

    Sump removal

    As far as I can remember it should clear the subframe and come straight down. Clean up and replace the gasket and seal and do not overtighten bolts...should do the trick
  3. Steve P

    Wiper linkage?

    Yow! To be quite honest I'm getting fed up of chucking money at a car that does about 6 miles per week. I look after a mate's dog 3 days per week and take him home, but the owner could always pick him up. I think the main reason I keep that car is if my little dog goes poorly and I need to take her to the vets. A taxi is out of the question. All taxi drivers around here are Muslime and they will not carry a dog.
  4. Trevor

    Expansion tank level?

    it is a bit quiet on here at the moment so don't mind the conversation....bit lonely otherwise 🙂
  5. glad you got there in the end and thanks for sharing the information that could help anyone else in the same situation.
  6. Steve P

    Micra repair/service costs?

    Cheers for the reply. The bill just hurt a bit. But £400 gets nowhere in a garage these days.
  7. Steve P

    Fan blower motor

    The blower motor actually worked yesterday on all setting and sounded fine, it also worked today and sounded fine. I don't believe in things putting themselves right. Bad connection/fuse? I will ask my man to check it out. I'll post the results here.
  8. den9112

    Can't open boot help please

    Thanks for the reply ,i have managed to get access via the back seat -parcel shelf to a couple of my tools .I thought they might have been some manual lever or something on the actual catch anyway yes i may the jump leads when i purchase some ...
  9. Steve P

    Tiny oil leak

    Cheers for the reply. Yes, I will ask the question.
  10. Trevor

    Juke washer jets.

    Usually, they are held in place by a spring clip which is part of the jet itself. Try gently moving the jet either backwards or forwards against any spring pressure to release the jet
  11. Hi, Below are Adrian Flux’s opening hours over the festive period. Regards, Dan. Saturday 22nd December: Normal Hours Sunday 23rd December: Normal Hours Christmas Eve: 9.00am – 2.00pm Christmas Day: Closed Boxing Day: Closed Thursday 27th December: 9.00am – 5.30pm Friday 28th December: 9.00am – 5.30pm Saturday 29th December: 9.00am – 1.00pm Sunday 30th December: Closed New Years Eve: 9.00am – 3.00pm New Years Day: Closed Wednesday 2nd January: Normal Hours Resume.
  12. bluephenex

    High revs

    Thank you for the reply Trevor. Will get that looked at. Cheers again. Andy
  13. Steve P

    Key Fob

    Yip, I was quite impressed. Asian guy and I think he works from home. It was not quite clear how to pay on his website so I rang him. He answered the phone!!!!!!! Cheque, postal order or cash. I have not had a cheque book for many years and you can't pay over the phone with the card. Ever get that sinking feeling? Seems that you pay upfront on his website and then send the key. I suppose that he would have to wait 3 days for a cheque to clear. The key came with two pages of "ID Code Entry Procedure". I thought Please No! But, it worked straight out of the bag.
  14. Trevor

    ABS and 4WD lights

    Would be worth checking your chassis earth return leads....found a couple of them sheared off on my X-Trail. Look down by the underside of the gearbox to where they connect to the chassis....replace if necessary (cheap and better replacement earth straps in Halfords...did the lot for £10)
  15. andy1494

    wiper blades

    will do trevor thanks for the help
  16. Yesterday's upload - features of the new 2018 Nissan Micra https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_w1OFCmUsA4
  17. Evening all.... Thought some of you may appreciate this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBdmO9Qb2Sw
  18. Trevor

    K12 Micra Handbrake Adjustment

    Hi Sith...hopefully this is the same setup as your Micra? If so, then the adjustment is the scrolled wheel at the top of the self-adjusting ratchet lever (which incidentally must be sat within the slot in the self-adjuster rod between the shoes)....take the drum off and turn the wheel until the shoes just touch the drum and refit...try the handbrake to ensure the drum locks and runs free (with a minimal drag) and that should do it.
  19. RandomlySet

    Debadging a Car

    Decided to remove the badges from the rear of my car the other week (not done the hamburger badge yet), and make this quick video for those who have never done it before: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cdG_Yw4ugE
  20. Trevor

    Location of primary fusebox.

    Glad you got it sorted
  21. Evening guys, thought some of you may find this video useful https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzo1V85pkgo
  22. RandomlySet

    Stone Chip Repair

    Within the first 500 miles of its life, the Pulsar picked up 3 stone chips! Last weekend I finally got around to sorting them out. In case anyone needs any tips, I made a short video of the process. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgFlOQhVrHo Side note: 4 colour layers may have been too much as the clear coat still sits a little proud.
  23. Trevor

    Hi - Newbie

    Hi Andrew....welcome to the Forum Good to have you onboard
  24. Trevor

    Changing battery??

    Has it definitely got a 'Stop / Start' specification battery as these have a deeper cell charge capacity than a standard battery? If so, then I wouldn't worry too much about driving it as is...just won't have the stop/start function which you should be able to switch off anyway
  25. Trevor

    Qashqai - Clutch Failure after 1987 miles !

    Sorry to hear that .... it does seem that unless there is a trend which is developing over time (e.g. Honda clutches which are as weak as wet cardboard) then it doesn't register as a fault. Rather frustrating on your behalf I would imagine....maybe worth getting it sold whilst it has a new clutch in it?
  26. Trevor

    Just saying hi

    Glad it worked out okay for you...enjoy!
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