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I've finally got the car that I've wanted for a long time.:inlove:
I did love my 156 2.4 jtd 10v but this new GT Blackline is special.

Just needed to say it.:lol:

Oh before anybody says this shouldn't be in the Techy section where is the EOBD socket?:)
 

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I've finally got the car that I've wanted for a long time.:inlove:
I did love my 156 2.4 jtd 10v but this new GT Blackline is special.

Just needed to say it.:lol:

Oh before anybody says this shouldn't be in the Techy section where is the EOBD socket?:)
top of fuse box under steering wheel
 
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I've finally got the car that I've wanted for a long time.:inlove:
I did love my 156 2.4 jtd 10v but this new GT Blackline is special.

Just needed to say it.:lol:

Oh before anybody says this shouldn't be in the Techy section where is the EOBD socket?:)
PICS!:rant:
 

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Pics and change your member car ... also what engine is it??? (better be the 3.2V6)
 

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Did they do blackline v6's in this country?

No idea ... but you can't surely go "down" from a 2.4 to the 1.9 ... and before anyone says it there is to replacement for displacement :thumbs:
 

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The panel under the steering wheel by your right knee - under there.
That's where I assumed it was. Had a quick look yesterday and there are screws in that panel. From what I remember one of the stipulation that designers have to stick to is that no tools need to be used to access the plug socket. :confused:
 

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The panel under the steering wheel by your right knee - under there.
No idea ... but you can't surely go "down" from a 2.4 to the 1.9 ... and before anyone says it there is to replacement for displacement :thumbs:
That was the only worry I had in going for the 1.9 JTDm. I went for a test drive and that worry soon disappeared.:) Do miss the torque though.:lol:
 

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That's where I assumed it was. Had a quick look yesterday and there are screws in that panel. From what I remember one of the stipulation that designers have to stick to is that no tools need to be used to access the plug socket. :confused:
This is the same manufacturer which flaunts the UK rules about annoying alarm beeps when locking/unlocking the car
 

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Very nice Steve, well bought.
 
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