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    Roadster 2.0 air conditioner Blower Motor

    You could always try a hammer Interior fan not working mine has worked fine since I "fixed" it.
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    Brake disc specs?

    The Saab 9-5 Aero also came with 321mm discs
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    DMC FW: Line Current Not Equal Request fault

    I bought them in a local shop and changed them yesterday. The spring in one off the fuseholders had lost all tension, so I ordered new ones from Digi-Key. At the moment there is no need for battery heating, but if i don't use my car this weekend I might see if it's working on Monday morning.
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    DMC FW: Line Current Not Equal Request fault

    The car charges fine when the battery is warm so I'm quite sure it's the 5x20mm fuse. Will the alarm from the microswitch go away by itself, or do I have to clear it manually afterwards? Tesla used glass fuses bought locally when they changed it the last time, but I didn't ask if it was a fast...
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    DMC FW: Line Current Not Equal Request fault

    I think my fuse is blown again, are there any precautions I should make before I open the lid and change it my self?
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    Surprisingly advanced Alpine unit

    The main connector with power and sound plugs straight into the stereo, you just have too cut one wire. Same goes for the cable from the reversing camera. Don't buy the mounting frame for the 710, spend 5 minute with a Dremel on the one you got. The flat sound is the same problem we have all...
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    VMS/PEM key mismatch

    If you haven't turned the key within 60 seconds after disarming the alarm, you will get this alarm when you turn the key. It's the immobilizer in euro cars.
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    Help! anyone in the Oslo area

    The tools came in the mail on Friday, and they are STRONG. I had no problem loosening the other bolts, some were even tighter then the one that broke the original tool. The tool fits the head of the bolt much better so i would not have any hesitations using air tools on them. I you ever order...
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    Help! anyone in the Oslo area

    Problem solved, Moge lent me the tool, thanks by the way. If I break any of the two wheel bolt keys I ordered for Elise-Parts I will order standard bolts from them too. Elise Parts - Wheels & Tyres - Nuts & Bolts - S2 Wheel Bolts
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    Help! anyone in the Oslo area

    The body shop have overtighten the wheel bolts and now i have broken the wheel bolt key loosening them. I have loosened 9 bolt and need to lend the key so I can tighten them again and drive the car back to the garage.
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    Interior fan not working

    It probably will, but now i know the quick fix. If the AC needs a refill next year I will take out the fan and clean it before that. For now i set the fan on low and let it run all the time.
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    Interior fan not working

    SOLVED No I did not measure across the fuse, I measured between the fuse and ground. I finally found the connector for the fan, it was tie wraped under the brake booster, so now I could measure the fan. The resistans was just above 20M ohm so I concluded that the fan was dead. I went to Tesla...
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    Interior fan not working

    My interior fan has stopped working and I can't figure out why. The fuses are ok, and I measure 13.4V from the HVAC ECU on fuse 3. I can't see any change in voltage when i turn the knob, so I wonder if the fan is PWM controlled. Do any of you know? The car was in for a AC refill today, so the...
  14. J

    Rear Tie Rod ends

    You might look at this thread Wheel bearing change.
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    Surprisingly advanced Alpine unit

    I installed an Alpine INE-W710D, it is an almost plug in replacement for the original. I tested it before i put the dashboard back on and it sounded amazing with deep powerful base. After I had put it all back together and connected the front speakers the sound was flat and with no dynamic. I...

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