lexia?

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philip10001
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lexia?

Post by philip10001 »

hi,

just joined for help and advice , any members near Huddersfield able to connect my car to lexia? having turbo solenoid issues , not vac problem so suspect wiring fault or ecu issues?

regards,

phil.

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Re: lexia?

Post by GiveMeABreak »

Hi and welcome. Please read this post for contacting members regarding Lexia help:

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philip10001
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Re: lexia?

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Hi,

I have tried to contact a couple of members but no replies as yet.

regards,

phil.

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Re: lexia?

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Lockdown is also going to have an impact on people with the travel restrictions of course.

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Re: lexia?

Post by mickthemaverick »

Hi Philip,
Sorry you have not had a response yet but it may help if you post up on here how far you would be prepared to travel to get some help. I for one would be glad to help but I am a fair way away from you down in Hertfordshire and I am sure there are closer opportunities. Good luck :-D

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Re: lexia?

Post by philip10001 »

Hi,

Thanks for the replies , I do understand the lockdown situation and will take longer for everything.

and to mickthemaverick thanks for the offer but the performance of the car is so bad I would not want to got as far as your place. the car is going in to my friendly garage next week and he going to have a look at it for me.

Kind regards,

Phil.