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Billyboy81 last won the day on August 26 2020

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  1. Check the connectors on the back window. You'll probably find there has been a bodge 'repair' that doesn't work.
  2. Wipe the stick clean and dip it again. Should be a bit clearer then.
  3. Try turning the key until the dash lights come on. Wait a couple of seconds for those that go out to do so (gives the fuel pump a chance to build pressure and 'warms' up the ignition) and push the clutch pedal down (easier on the battery) then try to start.
  4. Mine cools fine. Try changing the cabin filter. This made a big difference to the throughput on mine. It was absolutely filthy even though the service history said it had been changed regularly.
  5. Replace the seal in the high level brake light which is the usual suspect. Will take about 10 minutes and will probably solve the problem. https://www.x8r.co.uk/ buy new seal from here or use sealant,
  6. That's right. It was updated to the stronger Yaris clutch because of premature wear.
  7. If you still have the problem after that is done try replacing the cam position sensor which seems to be the only thing you haven't changed. "A failing camshaft position sensor begins losing its ability to quickly transfer data. Mismatched fuel delivery and ignition timing, even if off by a few milliseconds, will cause your vehicle to sputter, accelerate poorly, lack power, stall or even shut off." More or less your symptoms.
  8. The Aygo high clutch is normal. It can be adjusted. Search youtube for videos showing you how.
  9. New plugs and air filter and an oil and filter change should do it. Also check the tyres are not underinflated.
  10. If you have a second key try that. Have you changed the battery in your key by any chance. If so did you make sure the transponder hadn't fallen out?
  11. Looks like you've tried everything except changing the coil packs.
  12. When I was a young lad in 1977 I saw a Rover P5b coupe in Old English White for sale at a dealers for £1995. It was mint with leather seats. I went home and thought about it all night and decided to buy it. Went to the dealers only to find it had already gone. Regretted it ever since.
  13. Have you got anything plugged in to the OBD port?
  14. Have you checked that the nut holding the arm on is tight? Might just be something stupid like that 🙂
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