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Old 09-08-2007, 07:07 AM
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I had to get a new battery today. It's worth noting that the Halfords battery in the faq has two different versions, the both seem identical, but one of them has terminals that are too small.
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Here is the programming sheet for the 3 button fob, you can use this to programme a replacement fob.

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Here is a spark plug guide:

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not sure whether i can add comments here, but

- Passenger Side: Bosch 20" around
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You don't have a section for "leaking roof seals" or "motorway wind-noise" from the hood, both of which would be (have been!) very useful.

I had a problem with wind-noise at high speeds and a leaky hood which was due to wear on the hood striker plates meaning that the seal wasn't tight enough. You link to a thread on replacing the striker plates under "Rattling Roof Catches" but it would help if there were separate sections for those problems - it's a bit of a leap of imagination to go to rattling roof catches to resolve the problem!
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Releasing bonnet with broken cable, or lever

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