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  1. Hi, Honda Civic Cusco Front Lower Strut Brace Bar. Very rare and In good condition, minor cosmetic marks. Was fitted to Honda Civic EK4 VTI, may fit others. £40 ono (buyer pays postage) Collection from Enfield, EN1.
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  2. I think something is loose inside the car. When going through bumpy tarmac, the noise is also heard. I tried to open up the headlining but the front light area is not a sunglasses box. I am not sure know how to open it It is a brilliant idea. Do you have any smoke generator that you would recommend?
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  3. That's exactly what I thought. I've put the exact same part number in on a few websites and the part is coming in at around £80-100. I think I'll go for one of them.
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  4. Hi all, heres my Honda Odyssey, any other Odyssey owners out there?
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  5. Hi All, Living out in Japan and have been visiting a few car lots and workshops, wanted to share some with you, there is some very nice Hondas included. https://youtu.be/njUiow1LyIY
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  6. Anyone had their cat stolen recently? I have so I tried this. Unbolt the bottom bolt on the nudge bars and lower them and drill new holes in the support brackets then bolt in new position. Thief can no longer get under vehicle. Then purchase a 120db PIR detector (cheap) and attach it anywhere underneath with magnetic strip so if thief jacks up car and goes underneath it will go off and scare them off. Cheaper than a new cat
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  7. Just bought a honda civic 2014 tourer. Used the sat Nav out of date. Telephoned honda garage, they said latest update is 2017. Cost of £130. Done by putting disc in which they have to do. They did say car 2015 model have different system and it can be updated through your phone.
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  8. my dad had a 2008 Lexus GS450h called Lexi
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  9. Might be a good idea to put the original parts back on and get a professional code reader and see what is stored. Check live data against any pending/permanent codes listed.
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  10. that is also solution, thanks. I just wanted to know if somebody knows or experienced that and can tell if coolant that appears on that spot on photos if it can be from water pump or intake manifold, head gasket or...???
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  11. That seems quite reasonable to me considering it is a 1.3 petrol engine. If this is motorway use then this will reduce the overall economy
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  12. Thanks for responding Trevor. After faffing around inside the boot and looking at the mechanism when I took the plastic trim off, I’ve found a sticking plaster solution. The issue appears the be the boot lid handle doesn’t return back to its position, it’s stays in its “pulled” position. So for now, I just remember to push the handle back in. If I get time I’ll try and remove to see if it just needs a bit of WD40. The Glovebox I found the metal cable inside which I just tug on and can open. I just need a lock handle to attach to it. the electric window switch seems
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  13. yep we call her buffy because theres not an inch of her that we havent had to fix and shine up.
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  14. no probs pal just thought i would ask cheers
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  15. Ok. I will try again. She does not seem to be listening to me!
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  16. Ok. I will see if it works that way
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  17. Thanks for the welcome. I spoke to the previous owner of my CR-V shortly after I bought it and the first thing she asked me was could she buy her CR-V back. After looking for a CR-V of the spec I wanted for a period of time I declined and the rest is history. In fairness to our CR-V its done sterling service for us & that involved it being used as a van for a few weeks after we were flooded. The only issue with the car in nearly 6 years of everyday use that was a out and out failure was one of the pressure sensors on the auto gearbox. When the sensor
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  18. I think I finally sussed out what was happening. The first time it happened the battery was almost dud. the next time with the new battery it was down to a bad positive connection, it had come partly loose and I only discovered this when I went to start the car one day and there were no lights on the dash. Since I recharged the battery and made sure the positive connection was perfect it has never happened again. The positive battery on this car is a bad design as the two right angles above the clamp holes are facing the same way which means that one side of the clamp can climb on the other
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  19. Thanks Trevor. Yes, I spent a lot of money restoring it. I don’t suppose you get the level of crime In Dorset that we get in London, but my advice to you and all Honda car owners is to get a tracker and protection for your catalytic converter. Take care
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