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Goes from bad to worse, got the car towed to garage as a precaution (to advoid further damage) when he was taking it off the truck he managed to crack the left hand side of the front bumper around indicator area - So ive been told, i havent seen the car yet. I rang up the tow truck company and he said that they would replace the bumper as they also have a body shop, for free i hope. Just out of interest how much does a new front bumper cost?
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Got the car back from Ti autos, turns out that it might need a new coil pack, instead of cam sensor, ive to drive it for a bit to see what comes up, on the bumper side of things the tow company are replacing it on Monday, and giving me a replacement until the work is finished, hopefully i can get down to them if weather is not too bad!
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Got the car back from Ti autos, turns out that it might need a new coil pack, instead of cam sensor, ive to drive it for a bit to see what comes up, on the bumper side of things the tow company are replacing it on Monday, and giving me a replacement until the work is finished, hopefully i can get down to them if weather is not too bad!
Its good to hear the tow company are sorting it for you and you get a brand new bumper out of it!
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Sorry to hear that Ciarán. As Gav said make sure the tow crowd do their job because you can be sure Gerry will look after you.
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Sorry to hear that Ciarán. As Gav said make sure the tow crowd do their job because you can be sure Gerry will look after you.
Ive every confidence in Gerry, will update when i get everything sorted! Thanks
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Right bit of an update, just got car back from the body shop who replaced front bumper and all the trims, it now looks superb again, now just need to bring it to TI Autos and get this sensor sorted
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right got it back from gerry today who replaced the cam shaft phase sensor? he gave me the sensor free of charge and just charged for labour 200e whiich was fantastic? he showed me the old one which had a bad kink in the cable which was causing the problem, it was the first one he ever replaced it on a 147.brilliant guy
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Nice one Ciaran glad its sorted but Gerry is a good guy as per all the reports on here .

Now all you have to do is get to our meet on 20th/21st !
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