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Re: Volvo c70 convertible

by Cavalier342 ¦ Thu Feb 15, 2018 10:40 am ¦ Forum: Your non-Cavalier Projects ¦ Topic: Volvo c70 convertible ¦ Replies: 44 ¦ Views: 905

Congratulations on the end result, it's only right that you won the case from what I've gathered.

Re: Volvo c70 convertible

by Cavalier342 ¦ Fri Feb 09, 2018 5:25 pm ¦ Forum: Your non-Cavalier Projects ¦ Topic: Volvo c70 convertible ¦ Replies: 44 ¦ Views: 905

As far as I'm aware, to be a "dealer" or trader, you have to sell more than a certain number of cars in a year, or in 6 months, can't remember which one. So if you sell less than say 2 or 3 cars a year, that's not a trader, that's private selling.

Re: Quiet

by Cavalier342 ¦ Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:23 am ¦ Forum: General Chat ¦ Topic: Quiet ¦ Replies: 47 ¦ Views: 800

Do you live in one of those country mansions that appear on those documentaries about Britain's most prestigious estate mansions in the middle of nowhere?

Re: Quiet

by Cavalier342 ¦ Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:03 am ¦ Forum: General Chat ¦ Topic: Quiet ¦ Replies: 47 ¦ Views: 800

Hi Troy.

Hi, not sure if you're aware but you already started another thread discussing the same issue on the forum.

viewtopic.php?f=6&t=16327

Re: New old member cav sri redtop project

by Cavalier342 ¦ Thu Jan 04, 2018 1:24 am ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: New old member cav sri redtop project ¦ Replies: 27 ¦ Views: 336

Far as I know injectors should "pulse" and spray fuel out, and when the engine is idling you should be able to hear the slight "fast ticking" sound of the injectors opening and closing. At least on the 8 valvers that is the case, I've not had experience with 16 valvers. Sounds li...

Re: Volvo c70 convertible

by Cavalier342 ¦ Thu Jan 04, 2018 12:40 am ¦ Forum: Your non-Cavalier Projects ¦ Topic: Volvo c70 convertible ¦ Replies: 44 ¦ Views: 905

I'm going to sound blunt here and admins please forgive me. That TWIT needs to sort his act out, he is obviously trying to get one over on you, there is nothing that he can do legally about a private sale, if he wasn't happy with it, he shouldn't have bought it. Please forgive me but I would shoot h...

Re: Steering Knocking noise.,

by Cavalier342 ¦ Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:19 pm ¦ Forum: Faults and Fixes: Brakes and Suspension ¦ Topic: Steering Knocking noise., ¦ Replies: 3 ¦ Views: 92

I had that on my old auto (C18NZ) which I didn't get on my two other Cavaliers at the time, it felt weird, usually did it when the car was stationary (if I shook the steering) or at slow speeds when turning right and feeding the steering wheel back, felt like something jumped a tooth almost, I was a...

Re: Volvo c70 convertible

by Cavalier342 ¦ Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:11 pm ¦ Forum: Your non-Cavalier Projects ¦ Topic: Volvo c70 convertible ¦ Replies: 44 ¦ Views: 905

Sounds like you need legal aid! Better get some support on your side, this appears to be one of those cases where you can't do much about it, but get some legal advice anyway, never know, it may help in some way.

Re: New old member cav sri redtop project

by Cavalier342 ¦ Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:27 pm ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: New old member cav sri redtop project ¦ Replies: 27 ¦ Views: 336

Very clean looking motor! Good luck with getting the issue sorted out.

Re: Happy new year!

by Cavalier342 ¦ Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:03 am ¦ Forum: General Chat ¦ Topic: Happy new year! ¦ Replies: 5 ¦ Views: 84

A happy new year for me would be when I wake up on another planet.

Re: My 46k 2.0 LS Cavalier

by Cavalier342 ¦ Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:48 am ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: My 46k 2.0 LS Cavalier ¦ Replies: 84 ¦ Views: 2471

This is why I will always prefer classics to modern plastics. Simple as that.

Re: Rust prevention

by Cavalier342 ¦ Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:36 pm ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: Rust prevention ¦ Replies: 14 ¦ Views: 246

You can get rust remover products, do a search, can probably find them at most motorfactors, if you can find one with a small brush attachment or have a small brush that you can use to get into tiny spaces, then do that, treat the rust first before applying rust preventing chemicals.

Re: Rust prevention

by Cavalier342 ¦ Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:02 pm ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: Rust prevention ¦ Replies: 14 ¦ Views: 246

WD-40 is a temporary solution, it will not protect when it dries up. It's not designed to be used as long-term rust preventer for cars. Garden shears, bike wheel sprockets, or electrical components, it's perfect for. If you use Waxoyl or similar products, I'd imagine that if you don't lay it on too ...

Re: Blaine's Vauxhall Cavalier 2.0 GLS

by Cavalier342 ¦ Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:28 pm ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: Blaine's Vauxhall Cavalier 2.0 GLS ¦ Replies: 32 ¦ Views: 617

2 sets is better than 1! Summer tires and Winter tires.

Re: Rust prevention

by Cavalier342 ¦ Sat Dec 30, 2017 7:51 pm ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: Rust prevention ¦ Replies: 14 ¦ Views: 246

Waxoyl seems to be a popular choice I believe, you can get it in spray cans or a big can from which you can brush it on.

Re: How Many Miles To a Tank?

by Cavalier342 ¦ Sat Dec 30, 2017 7:41 pm ¦ Forum: General Chat ¦ Topic: How Many Miles To a Tank? ¦ Replies: 5 ¦ Views: 103

To sum it up, 3 main points to remember are: 1) Driving style. James May will always get more MPG in the same car rather than say Jeremy Clarkson. 2) Driving conditions. Heavy traffic/light traffic and length of journeys. Longer journeys will always return better MPG if you let the engine run up to ...

Re: Merry Christmas

by Cavalier342 ¦ Mon Dec 25, 2017 6:14 pm ¦ Forum: General Chat ¦ Topic: Merry Christmas ¦ Replies: 6 ¦ Views: 89

I celebrated with my friend at his place by having a 16 hour bender, didn't get to sleep until 07:00 this morning.

Re: Cavalier restoration

by Cavalier342 ¦ Thu Dec 21, 2017 12:31 am ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: Cavalier restoration ¦ Replies: 103 ¦ Views: 1670

Standard is as good as original. In my mind, that's perfect for a restoration.

There should be a manual adjust knob on the basic headlamps, it depends on which model they are fitted on, anything above an LS (facelift) will have electrically adjustable level headlamps.

Re: Fife Newbie

by Cavalier342 ¦ Wed Dec 20, 2017 4:10 pm ¦ Forum: Introduce yourself ¦ Topic: Fife Newbie ¦ Replies: 6 ¦ Views: 80

Welcome to the forum!

Re: Cav V6 Radiator Fan

by Cavalier342 ¦ Sun Dec 17, 2017 3:54 pm ¦ Forum: Faults and Fixes: Mechanical ¦ Topic: Cav V6 Radiator Fan ¦ Replies: 6 ¦ Views: 126

If you're driving in heavy traffic a lot, or give it a good blast up the motorway and return to slow speeds in town, then I would expect a well functioning coolant system to creep up to around 95C, then the V6s have 2-stage fans, a lower speed which kicks in first at around 95C or so, and a higher s...

Re: Cav V6 Radiator Fan

by Cavalier342 ¦ Sun Dec 17, 2017 3:00 pm ¦ Forum: Faults and Fixes: Mechanical ¦ Topic: Cav V6 Radiator Fan ¦ Replies: 6 ¦ Views: 126

Just a quick one, do you notice the temperature gauge and what it reads when the fan comes on and off?

Re: Cav V6 Radiator Fan

by Cavalier342 ¦ Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:34 pm ¦ Forum: Faults and Fixes: Mechanical ¦ Topic: Cav V6 Radiator Fan ¦ Replies: 6 ¦ Views: 126

Hi, I had a V6, and I'm pretty sure the said relay is in the engine compartment relay/fuse box near the bulkhead. I can't remember which one it is but I did replace mine before to no avail as it didn't solve the problem. Could be the resistor on yours that is playing up, and there are also 2 other t...

Re: M Plate 1.8LS Saloon

by Cavalier342 ¦ Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:07 pm ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: M Plate 1.8LS Saloon ¦ Replies: 78 ¦ Views: 3043

Last one I bought was around £50 so for peace of mind it's not a bad option.

Re: M Plate 1.8LS Saloon

by Cavalier342 ¦ Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:22 pm ¦ Forum: Projects, Restorations and Runabouts ¦ Topic: M Plate 1.8LS Saloon ¦ Replies: 78 ¦ Views: 3043

The old radiator on my old C18NZ cracked at where the core meets the plastic on the offside, thermostat end, check for anti-freeze or brown stains where the plastic meets the metal, it could be that. Luckily it's a piece of piss to replace the radiators on these, so much room to work with and easy a...