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Old 23rd June 2019, 17:28   #91
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Hi there, just a couple of questions! What is a T4? What is 'speed locking' ? Googling it just doesn't help!
T4 is the diagnostic software used for our cars.
Speedlocking is locking the doors when driving off. Most people disable this if it's been enabled
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Old 24th June 2019, 22:10   #92
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Hi there, just a couple of questions! What is a T4? What is 'speed locking' ? Googling it just doesn't help!
MIKE. You are in the wrong forum for questions like this. This forum is for useful information on the repair of our cars.

Could you ask it again in the main forum ??
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And here is a genuine useful bit of information.


https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
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Old 7th April 2020, 13:43   #94
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Something I keep in my tool box is a pump salvaged from an empty bottle of liquid hand cleaner. One from a puffer bottle would do but I would adjust the nozzle to squirt rather than to spray for the purpose I mention. I have found it useful for removing small amounts of brake and clutch fluid from their reservoirs. If the attached tube is long enough it can also be handy for removing excess coolant


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Hi there Willy, nice to see you in here.

To do a similar thing I use a fairly long piece of small diameter clear plastic tube. By gently sucking on the end I remove the extra liquid and also see how much at the same time. Avoids the guess work.--

Gets into awkward places quite easily too such as under the dash.
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