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Posted 10 months 2 weeks ago #203992
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Replied by Cobber on topic New member

Posted 10 months 2 weeks ago #203996
G’day and welcome on board, you may want to provide your approximate location…… county, region city no need to be too precise
It will help us help you.

"Keep calm, relax, focus on the problem & PULL THE BLOODY TRIGGER"

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Replied by RookyMGF on topic New member

Posted 10 months 1 week ago #203999
Hey Paul

You have found a very helpful and friendly forum. Only new myself and received loads of great advice so far. And plenty of quality 'How to's'

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Replied by Bertl on topic New member

Posted 10 months 1 week ago #204005
welcome aboard!

as ever,
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Posted 10 months 1 week ago #204006
:welcome2:

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Posted 10 months 1 week ago #204007
Hello and :welcome: to the forum from John in Yorkshire.

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Posted 10 months 1 week ago #204033
Welcome to the forum. You are in the right place to learn all you need to maintain these great cars and have fun doing so.

2003 TF 135 sunstorm

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Replied by generous_dad on topic New member

Posted 9 months 1 week ago #204309
After a month of ownership, still finding odd things about my 2005 135. Like the immobiliser giving you 30 secs to start the engine after an open pip.
And the low coolant warning light coming on intermittently despite reservoir being full and temperature needle behaving itself.
Lots more to learn yet as I have a pscan but not really sure how best to use it.

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Replied by Notanumber on topic New member

Posted 9 months 1 week ago #204313
Welcome to your first month of TF ownership. They are certainly most interesting and rewarding cars to own and work on. Have you been using yours much so far ?

2003 TF 135 sunstorm

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Replied by sworkscooper on topic New member

Posted 9 months 1 week ago #204314
Hi and :welcome: :wave: from John in Yorkshire .

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Replied by generous_dad on topic New member

Posted 9 months 1 day ago #204417
It's my daily driver so lots of relatively shortish runs (unfortunately). Solved the immobiliser issue - immobiliser comes back on if no action after 30 secs. That is less than it takes to open the boot, fiddle with the disklock and then put the key in the slot. Another press on the fob solved it.
And a loose plug to the coolant reservoir means no warning light (for the moment).
Next on the list is fixing the boot loom flexing problem and possible water ingress between window and seal.

Very good forum.

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Posted 8 months 3 weeks ago #204471
it's easy these days to buy a metre or so of automotive grade wire in almost any combination of base colour & stripe from Ebay for very little. That, a soldering iron and heat shrink tubing makes it very practical for any competent DIY'r to do a really professional looking and safe loom repair.
Thankfully gone are the days when we had to make do repairing damaged sections of wiring loom by letting in a length of plain red wire, usually of the wrong gauge, because it was the only stuff Halfords had on their shelves.

2003 TF 135 sunstorm

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