What pee’s you off about your car? by Lightpainter (Page 2 of 3)

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starbug2
how much it has cost me in the almost a year since i got it :window: :mad1: :mad1: :mad1: :mad1: :mad1: :window:

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 18:09 #21 


TimO
People calling my ZT a Rover and calling my 75 a Jag :hissyfit:

Cheers

Tim

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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 20:13 #22 

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DeuxGazoles
starbug2 wrote:how much it has cost me in the almost a year since i got it :window: :mad1: :mad1: :mad1: :mad1: :mad1: :window:

I'm with you on that one :mad1: but as I said earlier we don't get peed off on this forum :D
Geordie Jeans! they're nice & tight especially roond the arse

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 20:15 #23 

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Dallas
I said it before and I'll say it again..... :lol:

The auto-stop wipers when stopped at junction/Traffic lights etc.................. oh! and the long handbrake travel...... :panic:

................ but to be honest, it does not pee-me-off, the only thing that does pee me off is! the repair bills for her ....... :o
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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 20:19 #24 

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DeuxGazoles
Dallas wrote:I said it before and I'll say it again..... :lol:

The auto-stop wipers when stopped at junction/Traffic lights etc.................. oh! and the long handbrake travel...... :panic:

................ but to be honest, it does not pee-me-off, the only thing that does pee me off is! the repair bills for her ....... :o

The handbrake travel's easily cured ;) the wipers dont annoy me I generally just have em on rain sensing though they do sometimes forget they're switched on :confused:
Geordie Jeans! they're nice & tight especially roond the arse

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 20:25 #25 

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Jürgen
DeuxGazoles wrote:the wipers dont annoy me I generally just have em on rain sensing though they do sometimes forget they're switched on :confused:

Sometimes the rear wiper is brought into action, when I back up into the garage. Well, it must have rained earlier on, and I forgot to switch of the wipers. :confused:

A little icon within the instrument panel would be good. But hey, it's not that important.
Jürgen

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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 21:10 #26 

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JohnDotCom
What annoys when I got in Jürgen's car is the bleedin steering wheel has been fitted on the wrong side. :gmc:
John

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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 21:53 #27 

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DeuxGazoles
JohnDotCom wrote:What annoys when I got in Jürgen's car is the bleedin steering wheel has been fitted on the wrong side. :gmc:

Oh the quality control left a lot to be desired in those days :mrgreen:
Geordie Jeans! they're nice & tight especially roond the arse

Posted 17 Jun 2010, 22:01 #28 

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Jürgen
JohnDotCom wrote:What annoys when I got in Jürgen's car is the bleedin steering wheel has been fitted on the wrong side. :gmc:

:lol: :lol:



It's a strange feeling indeed, sitting in a car quite similar to the own, on the usual drivers seat, but being a passenger. :?
Jürgen

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Posted 17 Jun 2010, 22:20 #29 

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Duncan
JohnDotCom wrote:Non height adjustment on front passenger seat as standard. (Her indoors always says such a uncomfortable ride/car because of that)
The rest is personal minor irritants.

I have a manual height adjust passenger frame if you want to make use of it.

Duncan
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Posted 18 Jun 2010, 09:19 #30 

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Mick
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Non swivel front head rests on ZT and Contemporary sports seats.
Anybody got a pair of headrests, plain black leather going cheap?

Posted 18 Jun 2010, 15:52 #31 

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Martin
The odd time when I select reverse and with nothing behind me the reversing senser alarm goes off I have to get out and check to see if a small person is not behind my car.............. mind you better safe eh :thumbsup:
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Posted 18 Jun 2010, 16:26 #32 

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Samarkand
TimO wrote:People calling my ZT a Rover and calling my 75 a Jag :hissyfit:

Cheers

Tim

:wales:


This is a classic matter now ;)
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I miss you a lot Samarkand!

Posted 18 Jun 2010, 16:49 #33 

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Duncan
I thought the wipers stopping when you are stationary was codeable by Testbook?
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Posted 18 Jun 2010, 17:59 #34 

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VMax1000
Not having a supercharger conversion, that's a real downer............
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Posted 18 Jun 2010, 18:34 #35 

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jonjon77
that it was made after projectdrive

Posted 18 Jun 2010, 19:43 #36 

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Chiffon Huileux
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Posted 18 Jun 2010, 20:54 #37 

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1gp
that its not a mg....

Posted 18 Jun 2010, 21:51 #38 

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Jürgen
Duncan wrote:I thought the wipers stopping when you are stationary was codeable by Testbook?

Yes, Duncan, it's a T4 (Testbook version 4.Computer Diagnostic System) option.
Jürgen

75ZT Community & Midlands Nano Meets & 75 & ZT Enthusiasts

Posted 19 Jun 2010, 10:57 #39 


kevin
JohnDotCom wrote:Non height adjustment on front passenger seat as standard. (Her indoors always says such a uncomfortable ride/car because of that)
The rest is personal minor irritants.

just tell her to drive, then you can have some beer so you dont feel uncomfotable in the passenger side. :lol:

Posted 19 Jun 2010, 12:38 #40 


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