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HID's (high intensity discharge) as you know are bad enough on cars fitted with them from new as standard equipment as far as dazzling oncoming traffic goes. Let alone putting them in headlamps that are not designed to take them in the first place. So yes I agree that they should be an MOT fail. I w...
- Sun Sep 30, 2018 7:51 am
- Forum: Faults & Technical
- Topic: Heavy Clutch pedal with high biting point
- Replies: 5
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Hello Digimate, I have a 2016 Pulsar 1.5 diesel with 35.300 miles on the clock and my clutch to is unpleasantly heavy, although I can't say it has a high biting point. I do not know if this is particular to these cars, but what I do know is that all my past cars developed heavy clutches as time went...
Thanks for the tip about the Phillips H11bulbs, Swe. That's why I wanted to know how to get the bulbs out so I can up-grade. I live in Wales and is dark by 4:00 pm in Winter. As you say expensive, about £40 for a pair here in the U.K. But I shall splash out and get some.
Hello everybody - I have a 65 reg Pulsar with halogen headlamps, does anyone know if it is possible to change the dipped beam bulb myself. The manual is very vague on this one, saying to refer to No 5 in the diagram - there is no No 5. The diagram only shows how to change the main beam bulb. Can any...