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EmilyJB

Hi,
Can anyone take a guess at what car this is please?
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steveincornwall

Vauxhall Viva HC ?

Vitesse6

Hillman Avenger?

Glaikit Wee Scunner {P}

I go along with the Vauxhall Viva HC.

skidpan

Had an Avenger and Viva back in the 70's and I can say 100% that is definitely a Viva HC.

the.bloke

Hi All

I am having great difficulties to find a place in London [North] to have my wheels balanced.... Read more

macscrooge

I had the same trouble with a Peugeot 104 back in the mid 80s. At that time some places had the kit to balance the wheels while they were still on the car.

lancman

Hello, ive just purchased a 1972 austin 1300 to import to cyprus. I was wondering what oil i should use in it? bearing in mind the high temps here in Cyprus in summer 40 degrees is common in summer with winter around 6 degrees. Any advice welcolm. Read more

RaineMan

I would suggest contacting Millers Oils as they have a large classic range. There is a 20/50 specifically for when engines and gearboxes share the same oil. There is also a high performance version for classic Minis, CTV 20W50, that might be suitable for high summer. Also think about fitting an oil cooler - a Mini specialist should be able to advise you.

Mich78

for I had to buy a new car battery fitted in my Ford Fiesta 06 and now my radio is asking but for code I've pulled it out and my number is m292256 can anyone help please Read more

Vectra5

Hi can anybody help with my 6000cd Ford fiesta radio the serial no is v049844 thanks

Blato

Hi, your code is 7214.

Next time, instead of waiting for a long late response, unlock your code instantly at Ford Radio Code Generator...

the.bloke

Hi All

How long can I keep a Purflux oil filter before it starts to deteriorate?... Read more

edlithgow

Don't know, but I'd think you could essentially stop it deteriorating by pre-oiling it.

Its likely deterioration will be by oxidation and possibly acid hydrolysis of the paper, assuming its kept dry.

Filling the filters with oil will largely exclude oxygen, and the buffering of the oil should neutralise any acid.

If you keep them in a sealed container the oil shouldn't oxidise much either.

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