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27th March 2018 21:31
Bigjohnsparky That's excellent news well done pdman
Glad to be of help
Yes roll on summer Edited by: Bigjohnsparky
27th March 2018 21:06
pdman Hi Bigjohnsparky it is done and all working correctly, didn't update after certain comments as I didn't want to bore certain people, this monkey thanks everyone who gave advice, it's good too have a forum where a broad knowledge is passed around, roll on the good weather.
27th March 2018 19:41
Bigjohnsparky Hi pdman how did you get on with the replacement?
19th March 2018 10:04
Dulac Whenever I have done a job like this the important aspects are getting comfortable (a garden kneeler makes a difference) and making sure the light to work by is good. Also, have the right screwdrivers to hand, take a photo before you disconnect anything and keep the diagram within easy reach. If you are in the Caravan Club the wiring diagram(s) is in the Members' Handbook. If you can wire a domestic 3-pin plug you should be able to do this; it just takes a bit longer. If you are red/green colour blind - and quite a few people are - ask someone to confirm the connections before you finish.
18th March 2018 22:09
Bigjohnsparky Another thread this cost Swinton £40 resetting tpms he could have been told a monkey could even reset there tpms as thread has full info on how to do it and then when he had tyres changed cost more money for garage to sort it out
Link below



https://www.antaraownersclub.com/foru...242_page3.html


Tried that method to reset my front tpms.but did not work had to go to main dealers and get it done £40.
They said next time I change tyres check the pressure and then blow the new tyre to the same pressure as the one you have taken off .then the sensors don't think it's been off
2014 not work had to go to main dealers and get it done £40.


18th March 2018 21:32
Bigjohnsparky
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Originally Posted by pdman
Thanks Bigjohnsparky.
Your very welcome
If you get any problems with your project please don't hesitate to ask and I'll be glad to help you
18th March 2018 21:26
pdman Thanks Bigjohnsparky.
18th March 2018 21:23
Bigjohnsparky
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Originally Posted by pdman
Swinton I am a time served decorator, could you do graining, marbling, heraldry etc without it all being explained to you, if it was such a bore to you why offer your advice, I will know next time not to ask for help that way you and others will not get bored,there are a limited amount of wires in a house wiring but get it wrong and it may cause a fire, surely it is better to err on the side of caution, as I said I thank everyone for their advice.
Pdman
Please don't let Swinton's comments stop you asking for advice and help. this is what the forum is all about helping other members when asked about passing on your own expertise knowledge to help others.
A lower form of bullying enough said me thinks
Wish you all the best pdman
18th March 2018 21:13
pdman Swinton I am a time served decorator, could you do graining, marbling, heraldry etc without it all being explained to you, if it was such a bore to you why offer your advice, I will know next time not to ask for help that way you and others will not get bored,there are a limited amount of wires in a house wiring but get it wrong and it may cause a fire, surely it is better to err on the side of caution, as I said I thank everyone for their advice.
18th March 2018 21:04
Bigjohnsparky Confidence is what he needs that's all and help so he understands what he's doing it's easy if you know how to do it like everything

And yes think we are on page 6 nope still page 5 Edited by: Bigjohnsparky
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