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chizz
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Vehicle: hilux4x4 1989 dc 22R
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Mon Oct 01, 2007 9:48 pm

Hi
Het vrydag n duur les geleer DIY werk nie vir almal nie.
Olie lig werk nie autoelek toets skakelaar in die blok foutief. Midas toe kry nuwe een
24` spander, breek hom in die blok af. Hex breek dit ook in die gaatjie af.
Enjin uit te haal R1900.00
weld of uitboor ?
Laat dit n les wees
chris
:cry:

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pietpetoors
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Mon Oct 01, 2007 11:03 pm

Eina, dit is nie lekker nie.
Only Dead Fish Go With The Flow!
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1999 Hilux 2.7i 4x4 Raider DC. Rear diff-lock, Red Peppor Bull Bar and rock sliders, 31" Cooper ST, Snorkel, Alu-Canopy, VHF Kirisun radio, West Coast Rust, Mikem Rear Suspension, Ball Joint Spacers in front, 25watt LED Spots

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SYRON CONVERSIONS
LR4WD, Lockers, Crawler Gears
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Tue Oct 02, 2007 10:25 pm

please explain in English. :oops:
1992 Slightly Modified Hilux, 2008 VW Caddy panelvan work, 2010 Isuzu 2.5 td bakkie for work, a pair of big 'balloons' as well hanging at the rear of my Hilux

simoan

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LR4WD, Lockers, Crawler Gears
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Wed Oct 03, 2007 6:45 am

In short, Chizz had a problem with his oil light and found that it was the switch in the block.
After buying a new one, he attempted to replace it and had the unfortunate experience of breaking the switch off in the block. It then cost him R1900 to repair, because the engine must be removed to reach the hole. :shock:

Chizz, don't beat yourself up about it. Bolts break all the time and some times it's an inferior material and not the mechanic. :mrgreen:
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