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With a misfire, there should be a code set. What is the code?
Aren’t those injectors and coils earthed together on side of cylinder head? Another earth point on the opposite cylinder head? I could easily be...
Did you google that?
Only weeks ago you were saying in a thread I commented in the bleeding with this method was not required and you had never...
They are identical. Holden did not manufacture different bodies other than sedan, ute, wagon, LWB.
All will share the same engine bay panels and...
Why not get a computer set with matching key head and swap it all over. Best case, it’s fixed. Worst case nothing changes and on sell the set on...
Parenting is a cool ride no matter how things turn out....
It's the same. Only you disconnect the harness from the back of the hub.
The wire from the switch, to the demister.
Film the whole trip and sell it to SBS.
This could get weird.
Wasn’t happy with how mine sat. Early VE’s sat high in the back, where as a VF SS or SV6 sits nice.
The fronts are a smidge high for my liking...
There was recently a thread on this which includes images. Scroll through the VE forum
Maybe not posting in photography will get you the answers...
All I can make out is that date is roughly when the series 2 was introduced. Still the same set up.
This is mine just now.
You can’t see the part number on the bottom.
Having the same designed rear subframe across all models has major cost...
You must return heaps of sht.
They are compatible. The unit itself will fit across all VE-VF. Wagons, utes and sedans.
This was what i was originally trying to say.
I thought about getting rid of stuff when we bought the VE Calais.
However what brought me back to doing things myself was the consistently poor...
They are but I don’t know why you want this. Had mine since 2009 and never needed the feature.
Quite sure Monroe supplies them as OEM parts.
The ones I removed from the VE were Monroe.
Fk. Don’t look at me. This thread turned into a sht show.
The part number listed by OP is the correct design and does not have eyelets top and bottom as suggested.
Overall the shock will fit. No problems....
VE and VE Ute
I can't find anything that indicates a different designed rear strut on wagon, ute, short or long wheel base VE or VF models.
I did read that FE2 has a shorter shock absorber than standard. so maybe thats the difference in the part numbers? There is also electronic and...
Hmm. I’m going to check this out.
Learn something new.
I thought the rears are the same as well. Maybe on sedans / wagons
They should fit fine. Even something from a VF will fit VE.
It's probably something to do with internals?
I did the VE a couple of years...
You haven't factored in the gauge of wire used in the factory wiring loom and the additional power used on the circuit to heat the mirrors.
Pretty much everything that is logical.
Struts can be replaced in a blink of an eye with the right tools.
3hrs, they didn't drop the running gear then.
The trans have the GM quick connects. There are -6 AN quick connect adaptors available to allow converting a quick connect fitting to allow an...
It's possible they swapped the whole assembly with brakes, struts and all?
You had the cracked K-Frame yeah?
Then the one that went on had damage...
Holden has information about rear toe adjustment on VXII Utes.
This is specifically rear:
The struts would be removed either from the top, or the two bolts at the bottom.
It's possible, they dropped the engine and gearbox and k-frame...
Some fkn mad VW's and cool car meet.
Sounds about right but you can only guess.
They fit, but unlikely to work. VZ might be an exception? Still doubt it.
Manual or auto?
Might be a good chance to drop a 6 speed in and use the...
They work differently.
You could tap into another circuit but make sure it’s used as a trigger. Then you will need an alternative power source,...
Yes Vise grips are a must.
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