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2nd Generation (2002-2006) vehicle added by Ryejag, Sunday 15th Mar, 2015

  1. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
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  2. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
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    Rear diff flushed and new oil added...what a difference! :Happy:
    New power steering pipe fitted at local garage...leak gone. :Smile:
    Replaced pollen filter, don't think it had ever been removed :shock:
     
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  3. SpeedyGee Administrator Staff Team

    England Speedy Birmingham
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  4. Nels Moderator Staff Team

    Some good job done there @Ryejag
    How is she running now?
     
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  5. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
    30
    14
    Hi, running well thanks, touch wood! Off next weekend so plan to clean engine bay etc if the weather stays dry! :beach:
     
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  6. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
    30
    14
    Right next job is to change original stereo to double din type, would I have to buy wiring adapters or is the original wiring suitable and would all double din size stereos fit in the dash?

    Cheers
     
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  7. SpeedyGee Administrator Staff Team

    England Speedy Birmingham
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    Typically you need an ISO wiring harness converter

    Something like this
     
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  8. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
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    14
    Thanks for the info, i was thinking about buying something like this


    Anyone have similar? Are they any good or will I just buy a "well known" brand?

    Cheers
     
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  9. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
    30
    14
    Need some help folks, flashers are now flashing at double time, checked bulbs and all are ok.

    Hazard lights flash normally, could the flasher relay cause this problem and is it an easy fix?

    Cheers
     
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  10. Nels Moderator Staff Team

    Have you managed to fix this yet @Ryejag ?
     
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  11. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
    30
    14
    Not yet, been busy with work. :no:
    £28 for flasher relay from local Honda dealer but if its not that that's faulty might be a waste of money.
    Weekend off this week so prob take the car to auto electrician to diagnose.

    Cheers
     
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  12. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
    30
    14
    Hi folks, thought i'd update you on my pride and joy, no not the wife. :Grin:
    Flashers now working correctly turned out to be short circuit.
    New front brake pads and discs for MOT.
    Welding done for MOT as well. (inner sill)
    Service done.
    Fitted Pioneer app radio and reversing camera unit. :Drums:
    Drove down to Leeds to visit friends without any problems. :gohonda: :beer :drunken::drunk:

    Cheers
     
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  13. SpeedyGee Administrator Staff Team

    England Speedy Birmingham
    14,999
    5,595
    4
    All this work and no pictures ? :shock:

    Good to hear that you got the flashers sorted and the car through the MOT though.
     
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  14. Ryejag Premium Member Club Supporter

    Scotland William Glasgow
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    I'm off Thursday, I'll post some then. :Smile:
    Also replaced the original floor mats, they were a horrible brown colour, now have black to match the interior. :Niceone:
    Cheers
     
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