I have a 1800 vectra p.reg,when i take my foot of the accelerator i get a rumbling noise,but it goes when i accellerate.i have been told it is the diff bearing. can i do this job myself,and is it easy. thanks
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De-pant the skeleton and took a look down there in the foot where the inputs are. There should be a small circuit board. The proximity sensor is on a pair of green wires, yellow wires connected to the manual activation switch, connections to the various motors and the speakers up in the body, and a pair of long green wires that seem to be jumpered together. It's the proximity sensor that's likely at fault. Check to see if there is anything blocking the sensor. If nothing is blocking, check for loose or broken wires to it. Otherwise, you could remove the sensor and try to match it up at an electronics store and install a new one.
May need battery or is just rusted! I'd buy a can or two of WD 40 or similiar lubricant and spray it all over all the rusted metal I can get to then turn the wheels by hand as much as possible but that's just me! Good Luck!
The trick to this is to catch the dog while just playing the music and not while dancing. What this means is that his foot must be down and not moving. Very often he will pause dancing with his foot up, however this is considered "mid-cycle" and he will ignore his stop command. When his foot is down waggle the tail towards his rear. This will produce all but one light turning red and a little beep to indicate him ready for a command. While holding the tail push the nose button for about a second, not long enough to turn him off but more than a quick tap. If his foot is down and music is playing he should respond.