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    Very nice mate

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    Siggy at the Garage for this error code :

    P0348-00 Intake Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit High Voltage Bank 2

    They say they need to replace the camshaft sensor... I need to go and pickup siggy and pre-pay the sensor for them to order it from factory.
    Hope it is only this sensor...

    Will keep you posted

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    300 € + this mighty sensor 12615371 ... will end up with a +/-500€ bill :/

    Hope it is that...
    Last edited by Enthanal; 15th May 2017 at 12:44 PM.

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    So it seems it was the sensor... Add it replaced and drove 500k or so and no error.

    I took the opportunity I was replacing brakes on my Focus ST to get some stuff for Siggy
    Brakes are good if you brake hard, but I found a lack of feeling and they could bite more. So I decided to upgrade front pads and full rear with EBC






    Took GD rotors and redstuff to avoid to much dust. (I was running USR rotors and YellowStuff pads on my Focus ST, and it creates dust !!! But braking is really improved).

    Just need to find some time to fit them

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    Hi Guys,

    Finally (almost a year !!!) fitted a couple of things this week end on Siggy

    First, changed pads front and rear + discs on rear :








    Then I had these VXROnline stickers since I registered here, so put them as they are great looking





    Kind of like the result


    Also had this pipercross air filter so decided to put in place:




    Siggy was a bit empty on the front, so I fitted an EZLip : very good product, very easy to fit and great looking IMO






    I need to take a wider picture to show you


    Last thing I wanted are spacers... I found a good deal for 15mm Eibach pro spacers.

    But here the result... It will not fit inside the rims... unless I cut off wheel bolts a bit... I was ready, even with the tool, but cannot resolve myself to cut off bolt for now...
    So I packed them back... will see if I take the bravery to do so.



    Anybody has fitted wheel spacers here ?
    Guess I have no choice than cut off bolts head's....

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    Hello there,

    Few pics that I took and a friend of mine did enhanced a bit

    Kind of like them:












  7. #47
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    i need to lower my siggy....
    ^^Australian^^
    Car 1: 2016 Insignia VXR (Mods: none installed)
    Car 2: 2003 Mk7 Accord 2.4 (Mods: plenty)

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