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I didn't really take notice of what model they were
But I saw 2 new Holdens in the one day
And the only thing I took notice was the badge
Like what sort of animal is it?
Doesn't look like a Lion to me
More like a Rat with open mouth.
Has anyone else noticed the Holden badge on new cars?
I reckon that if an ex Holden worker sees one of them
Driving along they would be saying
" I helped build this great piece of Aussie History".
Either crook battery or terminals or both.
Is the car a VC or VX?
Your title states VC.
Hey it's just luck your dad is still here
Floodwaters, driving blind, underwater stalling darkness etc etc.
The best thing you can do is drain the...
They are the future boat anchors.
Drive it to a licenced gas fitter they should be able to set it right.
Must just be one of those things that go bad after a few years
When I did mine it was a 30 min job and didn't need to jack it up
It's on the pass...
As Gossie said but I'd check the fluid level first
All this crap about a transmission sealed for life
Careful when taking fan out to clean it could be a crisp $100 note insisde.
5/30 is good but if towing a caravan around Australia I'd recommend 10/30.
Please delete this
Hi Holden maybe the main problems with the Scaryjet was all the anti pollution crap for the EPA
and not the carby as such.
You can try to source...
The Varajet carby is quite ok for a stock 3.3
I don't think it's fair they get such a rap cause ppl don't know anything about them
It's the fuel...
R12 was put in years ago when the drier was replaced.
I had to take the control off the dash to replace the vac lines
which was a bit involved as...
Yes and working fine.
You will have a good car there.
Supercheap can scan for you
Or they can sell U a scanner
I got my hand held there with no probs
Also got one off...
I bought my 2008 VE and the only things that I had to fix were a Oxy sensor battery and oil pressure sender.
Read the manual and stick to what it...
Please disregard my post as I had the wrong car
If U get the seats hardened U can run any fuel U like.
No worries thanks for that,looks like I'll be chasing up a pair as the person
that changed the bearings has left them out.
Makes it easier if U remove the plastic splash tray under engine
G'day all,is there meant to be a rubber ring at the bottom of the strut tower spring?
I know the early commys had one
The single barrel Strommy was the first carb that I ever took apart and put back in my FJ and FC Holden
Worksop manual What are they?
When U screw the screw in does it come to a stop when all the way in or does it keep turning?
Have U found the idle screw? Not the choke screw.
Clean as a whistle
Running a Scaryjet that come with the car from factory
and the car is fully dedicated to lpg without too many dramas.
Unless you are familiar with...
I like to stick to my local servo unless I have no other choice when travelling away.
I think most servo owners do the right thing by ensuring...
Could U have picked up some dicey fuel?
Have U looked at the TB?
I haven't a solution for you but I have done about 30k with code reader connected
without any nasty dramas.
It's the one that goes to bluetooth...
This reminds me when years ago I jacked up the car so high with jacks ramps and blocks of wood
then all of a sudden the whole car went sideways...
Pretty sure it is white
but I could be wrong.
Been hearing a lot lately about shonky mechs
I reckon if you find a good one stick to him/her.
The bad one wouldn't last long anyway as word of...
I been quoted around $300 for the flip key which needs to be programmed
and they said they need access to the car.
When you say cleared the codes did you address the problems?
P2187 System too lean bank 1
P2189 System too lean bank 2
Sounds like a fuel related...
You can either buy a code reader or try and find someone who has one
that should shine some light on the problem.
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