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  1. Thanks Trevor. Will have a look but not sure about my soldering skills now due arthritis in fingers etc. Still if it turns out to be the problem sure I can find electrical repair shop to solder it.
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  2. Probably more economical as well Maybe worthwhile looking through Autocar reviews on both models to see how they fair in a road test
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  3. I have been told that the new models have a 1.3 as opposed to ours being 1.2 - apparently it makes quite a difference.
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  4. Not sure on the differences without doing a side by side comparison and also taking it for an extended test drive and seeing how they compare. If you are looking to trade before Christmas means the trader would probably be keen to make the sale so a good deal could possibly be had at this time of year.
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  5. Hello, Just found this page. I have a 1985 1800 SGL. I have owned the vehicle from new. I have every service record MOT etc. The car was in practical classic about 5 years ago. Never been rebuilt or sprayed all original. Runs like a dream. Cheers Paul.
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  6. Thanks i did not think it would . he says he a has changed a few with no probs
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  7. Would definitely advise using a battery conditioner (available from Halfords, etc) as this will keep the battery topped up...especially important during colder weather. Otherwise it should be okay if left in a garage for this amount of time
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  8. Here is a procedure I found and seem to recall using the same technique before on a T31 You must use ORIGINAL KEY to start procedure 1. Sit in car lock all doors with power “switch lock on driver side door” 2. Using ORIGINAL key insert and remove key till doors UNLOCK within 8 seconds, usually insert and remove six times 3. Turn ORIGINAL key in ignition to ACC position (Do not start engine) 4. Lock all doors with “power door lock switch on Driver side door” 5. Press lock or unlock on NEW key this will match them up, if you have another key press lock or unlock as well, it will be programmed all keys to the same code. To exit program mode, turn the ignition OFF. UNLOCK the door using the driver side switch. Test fobs
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  9. I would start with the grease, clean it from the reluctor ring and go from there
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