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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Vauxhall Corsa brake pads
take the wheel off
the caliper off, the screw is right behind the side ur gonna have in front of you,
after u take that screw off the pads will be free to take off,
check the piston of the caliper and check for the conditions of all the rubber that is on the caliper, replace if needed
screw it back and put the wheel back to its place
hope this helps
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: Hi i have a vauxhall
I'm afraid this means your head gasket has gone. What you are seeing is emulsified oil (Oil and water that have been whipped up together by the engine to create an emulsion). There is only one cause for this: Water leaking into the oil from the cooling system. ...And there's only one way this can happen, which is a breach between an oil way and a water way. 99% likely this is a head gasket failing, with a small chance that you have a cracked head.
It's not a huge job for a "Local Mechanic" rather than a main dealer to undertake, but without action it will get worse and worse.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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