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Re: Buying a new car

No ,, It just means you are aware of the first list of jobs for you or your partner to sort,,

Most faults are drains blocked,, on here called scuttle,,, and next is battery,, so if your little corsa,( know its a pain to get out, but you can break the plastic cowling under the passenger wiper blade now its scrap) is any good take it off, and keep it, people will not buy batteries for cars, no idea why, but wont, so the megane battery could be ,," from new" and if memory serves me, corsa is the same, might be wrong, had a drink, as tinternet was not working
Please bear in mind, people normally only use forums when they have an issue,, but if you stick around, you will find ,, this forum will save you a lot of time, and most importantly ,, a lot of money,,
Enjoy your purchase,

I think, aesthetically, car design is so interesting - the dashboards, the steering wheels, and the beauty of the mechanics. I don't know how any of it works, I don't want to know,
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