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Re: old technology
Problem with this new tech is that a cheap car can quickly become uneconomic to repair if the electronics start to play up "a perfectly good car will fail a mot if a dash light is on" on the other hand someone with a bit of know how can pick up one that may only need a cheap sensor change for next to nowt. They say a Morris Minor is the cheapest car to run, cheap classic insurance 40 mpg no road tax if made before Jan 1973, and no MOT if before 1960 it may cast £3000+ for a good one but you are likely to make money over the years rather than loos it. But it ain't fast and all those grease nipples are a pain, though parts are cheap and they are easy to work on and fix.
Who would design a vehicle that falls over when you stop?
If you find a fix for your problem please let us know it will help others.
Ralph Nr Fleetwood NW UK.
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Clio 15 DCi 80, Kawasaki W800, Yamaha MT-07, LMS 5MT 3 1/2 inch Gauge.