I had my cambelts changed,new engine breather pipe,oil and filter change new water pump and thermostat with new coolant.
We had a lazy start to the day with a few cups of tea and a lot of banter but eventually my car was ready for the drive home.
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Lates wrote:The other bit that springs to mind is to do the IPK diagnostic check as iirc it can tell the level in both sides of the tank individually. The average reading is what you see on the IPK.
Next time you are passing, we will "throw in" the Orange clip just in case.
Lates wrote:Ah Mr Duncan, I have Borrowed this text, credit to its author.....
6 Fuel level sensor outputs in litres (Fuel tank has left and right side sensors)
6.0 Fuel levels both (eg: 109330 means left half sensor = 10.9 litres; right half sensor = 33.0 litres)