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  1. Small/Medium Vauxhall Cars Area
    Hi everyone, About a week ago I changed my clutch as it was starting to slip on hill starts and didn’t want to risk it going around Christmas when money was already low. All went well with the clutch change and it seemed to bleed fine, used a vacuum bleeder and no visible air bubbles in pipe...
  2. Small/Medium Vauxhall Cars Area
    Hi All I have a leak on my LHS brake line where it meets the break pipes, so i' just going to replace the lot, both sides came up on advisory and my mate who done the MOT said they would need doing next year but since i've got the leak now i'm going to get it ALL sorted now. I have ordered...
  3. Small/Medium Vauxhall Cars Area
    Dear fellow Meriva owners, we have a 2004 Meriva which had a replacement clutch master cylinder last year. Recently the clutch pedal started to get quite spongy and the biting point quite low and after a spell of disuse the clutch was dragging and I could not select first or reverse without...
  4. Small/Medium Vauxhall Cars Area
    Hi all just wondering if there's a special way to bleed clutch on the zafira 1.9cdti with m32 box I want to burn it haha. Any help or knowledge would be highly appriciated :)
  5. Small/Medium Vauxhall Cars Area
    Hi all! My radiator is dead so I'm replacing it. Astra f, C 16 SE. I've read you need to bleed the system via the coolant temp sender (CTS)... Is this true? If so, where is it? Is it the little plug on the top right of the inlet manifold or is it somewhere else? Thanks so much for your...
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    Springy greetings from Finland! First of all I already apologise all my miss spellings and non senses. I've been driving all kinds of Vauhall's (Opel's) for years and just couple weeks ago I bought my first diesel and I'm already little bit stuck with the fuel system bleeding at the moment. The...
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