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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
i havent got mine infront of me to look but ill try help you.
from what i remember
sitting in drivers seat looking at speedo
there should be 2 screws in the speedo surround
they go up (towards roof) so you may have to get down low to see them.
then that cover should "pop off" just be careful and dont be to rough or you may break the clips that hold it on.
once it pops out you will need to reach behind and unplug plugs from all the switches (they all just plug in the back) then remove cover.
then you should see the instrument panel and you should see a screw each side and then 2 in the top (once again you may have to get down low to see them)
once there out the cluster should slide out
hope that helps you and hope i remembered it all right
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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SOURCE: where is the radiator drainplug
If there is none to be found on the bottom tank of the radiator, you don't have one. This is one of those cheap things that many makers have done away with to save a few pennies. The only alternative is to remove the clamp and hose at the bottom of the radiator.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
to change the coolant in any engine you need to firstly remove the bottom radiator hose when the engine is cold not when the engine is hot and drain the whole system.
You then need to get some coolant from your local supplier and it will tell you on the container the proper ratio of water to cool it. Once you have put to cool it in top up the system with clean water.Regards
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
You need a special tool that slides down the side of the head rest shaft and release the spring clip retainer.
Posted on Jul 12, 2012
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