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Having sold my loved 155 to a friend recently to finance a new 156, I was horrified when his bills starting mounting up. So I was really grateful for the advice on the forum when the ABS warning light stayed on and the garage wanted to charge lots to investigate. Reading the topics on the ABS we found that this may happen if a brake light fails. So we checked the brake lights and found that not one but both were not working! Replaced the two bulbs and the ABS problem was fixed! Thanks guys.

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  • need to change timing belt? The car is 97 reg but has done only 23000 miles. Can it wait another year before replacing the belts??
 
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Take no risk , change it , if you don't , you end up in sorrow sooner or later
 
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it tends to be about 3 years or 30k miles I think..
 
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OK I get the message. I'll make sure the belts get changed sooner rather than later.
 
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