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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The speed-limiter is likely to be enabled via the ECU. Removing the limiter is a five-minute job if you have access to the GM Tech 2 electronic management/diagnostic tool.
If the van is yours then there's no legal requirement for the limiter. You could just book it in at a Vauxhall dealer for the limiter to be removed. They may charge you for an hour's labour though. Still worth doing in my opinion.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
if you have the owners manual-look in the index for oil capacity, or fluid capacities. that should inform you of the oil type and capacity (if you change the filter as well, it will prob. take another half-quart or so. the manual should inform you.
if no manual get on ford website, and search for escort 1.8L diesel van. precede with the year of model.it may inquire whether you have a/c, 4wd, etc. may need more oil, if so.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Testimonial: "already looked in the manual, it only says fuel tank capacity not my oil, but yes i shall try the ford website. ive a feeling its around 5 litres."
You have to remove whatever is in the way. It may be just loosening it a bit to get some extra room.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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