I replaced the whole casing of the speedometer/fuel/temp and now my indicators arent working.i had to pull the hazard light switch out and now it wont go back in the way it came.would this be the cause of me having no indicators.regards darren from australia
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Re: 1992 holden vp commodore
Yes you have to have that hazard light switch (flasher) in to have indicator lights, if it will not go in, it is possible your connectors inside of the fuse box have pushed in, remove the positive battery cable and reach ot the top of the bx and push on the wires for the flasher, if they move that is the problem, just hold the wires down and push the flasher in....
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This will be detailed in a repair manual but basically remove the rear section tail shaft if flanged . If not remove the whole shaft from the car and disassemble the shaft joints near the bearing. Remove the nut and pull / press the bearing from the shaft. It should come as a complete item (bearing ,rubber mount and mounting case). Take care to mark where the flange /section comes off the splines as it is critical to position it exactly on reassembly to prevent vibration of the shaft.
could be a faulty temp sender, check to make sure the fans come on. or a faulty water pump. if an engines running to lean it will cause it to overheat, however thats unlikely in your case. also alot of the time a seperate temp sender controls your fans and fuel system. hope this helps you, good luck
not necessarily, its actually a good idea to replace rotors or at least get them serviced due to the fact that they arent built to last forever. if the car is a 97 it probably just had rusted or even bent rotors. if at all possible see if you can get a mechanic to check out the surrounding parts to see if there is any unusual wear done to them.
Hi there i probably wouldnt use thread tape as those lines you have described are the transmission cooler lines and you dont want theread tape in your trans. remove the radiator make sure the fitting are dry and clean and use sikaflex around fittings and let it dry for 24 hours. this should fix yuor problem. I cant beleive they dont list holden. regards Ben