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BobC 6th June 2010 19:51
This is quite simply the best educational DVD on engine building that I have ever seen. Do not be fooled by the title "Basic Engine Building", "basic" here means essentially replacing parts with new or refurbished ones rather than the "Advanced Engine Building" series which focuses on choosing and uprating parts for performance. The video is...
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BobC 4th June 2010 19:46
When looking at Saxos and after doing a few bits and pieces around the engine bay, including changing the clutch, there seems to be a few area that are prone to corrosion. I'd guess water gets in through the radiator grille and starts the attack on four common items: 1) The rocker head cover (aka cam cover or cylinder head cover) is...
BobC 25th July 2009 14:43
Rally Competition During the early years of the VTS many Saxo competitions in France attracted young drivers. One young driver in particular took to the Saxo. The then young Sebastien Loeb won two races in the Saxo Kit Car Cup during 1998. He went on to win the 1999 series but also won three rounds of the World Rally in a Saxo Kit Car. In...
BobC 19th July 2009 10:57
Where can I find the Saxo paint code / Saxo colour code label? Saxo Mk1 (up to June 1999) colour code: in the engine bay on the passenger side suspension strut top mount, you will find a stamped code. See Haynes Saxo Manual 3506 section REF-3 for an example picture. It will be five characters long. Saxo Mk2 colour codes can be found on...
BobC 9th July 2009 23:05
Overview Your Saxo requires three things to start and to run: 1) Correct fuel and air mixture 2) A spark 3) Compression The ECU, with the help of sensors, choreographs these to perfection. However, when things go wrong it can make fault finding difficult. A systematic process of elimination needs to be followed to first pinpoint the...
BobC 29th May 2009 23:57
You can find your VIN number on your Registration Document (V5) or etched into the back of the engine bay on the bulkhead near the wiper motor cover or on a metal plate riveted in the boot. Example: VF7S0HDZG00000001 Region V= Europe Country of manufacture F = France
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