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    Try here...

    Try here for some answers :)
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    Try here...

    Try here for an answer :)
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    We'll have to agree to disagree then- see my...

    We'll have to agree to disagree then- see my reasoning above. I am not the one who has made incorrect or misleading statements.
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    You might think that but it in my view you are...

    You might think that but it in my view you are the offenders. if you are going to post on a forum as an "expert" then it is beholden upon you to get your facts absolutely straight. All I did was...
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    1. You implied that limp home mode was reset with...

    1. You implied that limp home mode was reset with Tech2. It is not.
    2. You said that Tech2 is the only way to reset the fault code. It is not.
    3. I did not say whole community- you did.

    I'd stop...
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    It is as Neil says, you simply have to leave the...

    It is as Neil says, you simply have to leave the power disconnected for sufficient time to clear the code, which is stored in volatile memory in the T7 ECU. This is is common knowledge across the...
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    Limp home mode is manually reset on the throttle...

    Limp home mode is manually reset on the throttle body and the associated fault code can be cleared by either removing the ECU fuse or disconnecting the battery. Tech2 is not mandatory.
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    You're right, Jim, it's not in LHM. I can't...

    You're right, Jim, it's not in LHM.

    I can't think of anything just at the moment- having some codes would be a big help. Sometimes there is a delay between a fault condition occurring and the CEL...
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    The only clamps that I've never heard stories of...

    The only clamps that I've never heard stories of poor fit are the Abbott ones. Copies frequently have to have packing material to make them a tight enough fit.

    You get what you pay for...
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    http://www.easyobdii.com/index.php?act=vie...mp;pr...

    http://www.easyobdii.com/index.php?act=vie...mp;productId=15

    http://www.obd2crazy.com/software.html
  11. Thread: 9.5 Fuel guage

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    It's because the gauge averages out the level...

    It's because the gauge averages out the level over a period of time, to avoid rapid swings caused by changes in slope, cornering etc. Turning the ignition off and back on resets the averaging process...
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    Shouting is not the answer. Be polite or find...

    Shouting is not the answer. Be polite or find another forum.
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    There are several different types of fluid: ...

    There are several different types of fluid:

    power steering
    brake
    hydraulic
    coolant
    washer

    etc. etc.
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    Sounds right- DI cartridges were introduced at he...

    Sounds right- DI cartridges were introduced at he same time as the 2.3. IIRC this was also the point when it movewd form analogue to digital control too.

    The first Trionic cars were indeed the...
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    If you can live with the slightly more...

    If you can live with the slightly more agricultural nature of the 2.2, I'd go for that. It's a simpler, less complex and more reliable design.

    But you won't be getting a young car for your budget....
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    Sorry, I'm not sure if it will auto reset. ...

    Sorry, I'm not sure if it will auto reset.

    Tech 2 probably is the only way, yes. I say probably because I think the OpCom application may work. This is originally a VAG derived full option...
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    It won't pick up transmission fault codes, and...

    It won't pick up transmission fault codes, and IIRC when there are certain trans faults, it tells the Trionic ECU that it can't use full torque. This results in the CEL lighting to to make you aware...
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    There's a list of postcode ratings here: ...

    There's a list of postcode ratings here:

    http://www.motorcarinsuranceuk.co.uk/post-code-ratings.php

    I don't think Chesterfield is a high risk area though. It may be that you're simply seeing...
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    Welcome :) If you get a s/h key off eBay...

    Welcome :)

    If you get a s/h key off eBay (normally around a tenner) you can remove the innards, put them in your key and have it programmed to you car. For other keys that you get cut, rather than...
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    It's not so much that old pads will score the...

    It's not so much that old pads will score the discs, but that it will take some time for them and the discs to achieve a good surface match, during which time braking performance will be impaired.
    ...
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    https://www.saabscene.com/forum/index.php?s...63273...

    https://www.saabscene.com/forum/index.php?s...632730&st=0
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    P1312 and P1334 are indications of a problems...

    P1312 and P1334 are indications of a problems with the ionisation detection ciurcuits on cylinders 1&2 and 3&4 respectively. Most commonly seen when a DI has gone bad. It may be tht the incorrect...
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    P1230 is a throttle body fault. Odds are it's in...

    P1230 is a throttle body fault. Odds are it's in limp home mode. The practical effect of this is that there's no idle control on the engine, and it tends to stall. You then need to give it a littel...
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    Unless you're running into hardware limits...

    Unless you're running into hardware limits already, a bigger intercooler won't really get you any extra performance. It may help spool up a little, making the car feel quicker but in the real world...
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    To be fair, your question has already been...

    To be fair, your question has already been answered in the thread you started, although perhaps not as explicitly as you were expecting.

    Anyway, yes, it's quite possible to programme a used keyfob...
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