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Hi, I have a '98 Peugeot 306 CC with a folding electric roof. I'm having a problem when closing the roof. It opens perfectly but when it's closing the back window won't open to let the boot part down: i.e. it isn't completing the closing sequence. Could this be an electrical problem? Can you help?
Filed under fault - Asked by MIchelle Whitty - Tue, 05 Apr 2011 16:41
I got the head gasket done on my 02 Honda Civic 1.4 last September (2010) due to burst radiator. Now it's gone again after nine months. Would this indicate it was not fixed properly or just bad luck?
Filed under fault - Asked by Tom Lysaght (Celbridge) - Thu, 09 Jun 2011 21:08
I have a 2004 1.6-litre Skoda Octavia. At idle the automobile chugs as if it is about to cut out and sometimes acceleration fluctuates. What do you think it is?
Filed under fault - Asked by John Doogue (Automobilelow) - Thu, 09 Jun 2011 13:34
My Renault Mégane's 'close' button is not working. Any ideas?
Filed under fault - Asked by Redmond Noel (Dublin) - Wed, 30 Mar 2011 15:18
The lever for popping the bonnet has broken. Is there an alternative way?
Filed under fault - Asked by Anthony Griffin (Ballina) - Mon, 30 May 2011 19:41
Do you know anything about a "known" problem with 2005 model Opel Astras whereby the motor in the console mounted CD player stays on when the ignition is off and eventually drains the battery? I know two family members suffering the same problem. Do you know if there is anything that can be done to fix it?
The only option Opel gave is to replace the whole console, but the problem will eventually happen again. Both automobiles are out of warranty so Opel dealers don't want to know and have only offered to replace the console at huge cost. Any ideas lads?
Love the site by the way.
Filed under fault - Asked by Thomas Leonard (Laytown) - Mon, 16 May 2011 20:33
My Toyota Camry engine management light is going on/off depending on what brand of petrol I use. What is going on?
Filed under fault - Asked by Philip Morrin (Navan) - Mon, 16 May 2011 09:40
My 2007 Skoda Octavia (a 1.4-litre with 90,000km on the clock) was misfiring badly for a good while before the engine warning light came on. The 'bank 1' oxygen sensor went so we replaced the sensor and the warning light went off. No faults were showing on the diagnostic tool (electrics diagnostics only), but the engine was still misfiring. Unburned fuel was found in cylinder 3, which we eventually got cleaned out.
The coil and spark plugs were testing and found to be firing so it looks like the fuel injector for this cylinder is the problem. I'm going to bring it to a main dealer to try resolve as I think best case is to re-program the injector or worst case, replace it. My question is, how much should this cost to do in best and worst case scenario?
Filed under fault - Asked by Linda Meehan (Laois) - Sat, 07 May 2011 20:03
I arrived at your site when I was looking for information on crankshaft sensors. I have to have the crankshaft sensor replaced on my SEAT Leon TDI FR. The dealer said the gearbox will have to be removed and that the cost will be around £300. Is this correct and a reasonable cost?
Filed under fault - Asked by Colin Harvey (Belfast) - Wed, 02 Feb 2011 14:14
Hi, my '05 Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI is giving trouble lately. It loses power and even cuts out, but starts up again. I heard they have a wiring loom problem. Could this be the problem?
Filed under fault - Asked by Danny Duggan (Cork) - Wed, 02 Feb 2011 20:11