An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 Exige

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Re: An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 E

Post by ade » Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:13 pm

Its under the dash jnear the bulkhead just follow the column no need for a ramp ;)

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Re: An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 E

Post by ExigeS » Mon Sep 07, 2009 4:01 pm

Ahh ok..even better. Thanks fella.

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Re: An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 E

Post by Mr Pesky » Mon Sep 07, 2009 5:43 pm

[quote=ExigeS]Ahh ok..even better. Thanks fella.[/quote]

Wait until you get your bonce down there, before saying that ;)

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Re: An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 E

Post by ExigeS » Mon Sep 07, 2009 5:54 pm

lol..Makes sense..and now i've just said that, its a garanteed head ache. Ah well...such is life eh. :)

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Re: An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 E

Post by ExigeS » Wed Sep 09, 2009 6:00 pm

After getting a gearstick stuck in my back...Ouch may i add. Joint seems very tight. So gues the problem is elsewhere. Now wishing i purcahsed the snap off steering wheel first though..would have my the upside down gymnastics alot easier. :)

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Re: An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 E

Post by ade » Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:17 am

It can be considered as unpleasant trying to stand on your head under the dash :(

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Re: An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 E

Post by 21TonyK » Sat Dec 05, 2009 2:44 pm

[quote=ExigeS]After getting a gearstick stuck in my back...Ouch may i add. Joint seems very tight. So gues the problem is elsewhere. Now wishing i purcahsed the snap off steering wheel first though..would have my the upside down gymnastics alot easier. :) [/quote]

Jay,

You might remember @ Llandow mine had a similar knocking through the wheel. Since having the geo redone the knocking has gone. Can only assume it was something too loose or too tight or out of place on the suspension side.

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Re: An idiots guide to known problems for the S2 E

Post by ExigeS » Sat Dec 05, 2009 7:11 pm

I felt you knocking fella. Mine was a fair bit worse. I think iv established now it only comes in warm weather etc or when the car gets very hot. Since its been cold i've not felt it since. Very odd.

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