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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2018 11:34 
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In other news, I've been driving my little Yaris Hybrid for just over 6 months now and I'm not bored of it - and have found only one thing that annoys me (the windscreen washer jet which I may have mentioned before)

This might be a keeper!

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 Post subject: Re: Gas Guzzling Money Pits
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What's annoying about the washer jet?


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 Post subject: Re: Gas Guzzling Money Pits
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It's literally a washer jet, which hurtles along and drops water onto your windscreen as it passes by.

But it's expensive.

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Grim... wrote:
It's literally a washer jet, which hurtles along and drops water onto your windscreen as it passes by.

But it's expensive.


Is there video footage of this, where many cars activate it at once?

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When you press the button it causes a minor localised temporal disturbance, where it resets the windscreen back to as new condition. It works really well, but the paradoxes get too much to handle.


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Diane Youdale rocks up in a skimpy bikini and washes the winscreen with a sponge, and other motorists were getting distracted.

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Diane Youdale rocks up in a skimpy bikini and washes the winscreen with a sponge, and other motorists were getting distracted.

The second time he used it it was on the motorway and... oh god... the blood...


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 Post subject: Re: Gas Guzzling Money Pits
PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2018 11:20 
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None of those are correct, unfortunately.

On most cars, you have windscreen washer jets on the bonnet, pointed at the windscreen. You pull the stalk, and washer fluid sprays directly on to the windscreen, and then (in most cars) your wiper kicks in and cleans the screen. Some cars have really annoying wipers that take forever to kick in, others do it too quickly before the screenwash has really landed - very few cars in my experience get that balance right.

And then there's my Yaris Hybrid.

  • It has one windscreen washer jet.
  • It is not on the bonnet.
  • It is situated on the wiper arm.
  • It points not at the windscreen, but along the wiper blade itself.
  • It is not adjustable.

When you pull the stalk, a jet of washer fluid streams out horizontally along the windscreen. It's under quite high pressure. Some lands on the wiper blade/windscreen, most shoots off to the side of the car and drenches any pedestrian unfortunate enough to be within range.

After about a second of pulling, the wiper kicks in and wipes the screen, and the washer jet moves with it so it then sprays the windscreen just in front of the wiper arm on its travels.

It does a reasonable job of cleaning the screen, so it gets a tick in that regard. But the massive waste of washer fluid while you wait for the wiper to kick in and the potential for assault claims mean I have to give it a pathetic 78 bananas.

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Diane Youdale rocks up in a skimpy bikini and washes the winscreen with a sponge, and other motorists were getting distracted.


Damn.. already beaten me to the joke I was going to do....


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"The spin cycle is too loud!"
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 Post subject: Re: Gas Guzzling Money Pits
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I remember a bloke where I used to work had an old mini, the washers were broken so he would just squeeze a fairly liquid bottle that he had up near the sun visor with a tube going out of the window. Do that.


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Grim... wrote:
Diane Youdale rocks up in a skimpy bikini and washes the winscreen with a sponge, and other motorists were getting distracted.


Damn.. already beaten me to the joke I was going to do....


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What's annoying about the washer jet?


"The spin cycle is too loud!"
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 Post subject: Re: Gas Guzzling Money Pits
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The "blade with washer on" technique isn't uncommon on trucks and other vehicles with large windscreens, for obvious reasons.

I'm not sure why it's on your Yaris.

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Grim... wrote:
The "blade with washer on" technique isn't uncommon on trucks and other vehicles with large windscreens, for obvious reasons.

I'm not sure why it's on your Yaris.


The Exciting Rover had it on rear window

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MoT day! It will fail on at least insecure battery. I used doofer to turn off the warning light (knock, and catalytic converter) and stuck 2 shotss redex in and bounced it off the limiter as ai drove up and down the prom.

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MoT day! It will fail on at least insecure battery.

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MoT day! It will fail on at least insecure battery.

Just give it a little pep-talk before you go.


It is very negative

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Just realised I didn't get the car MOTed in June, and now need to do it before year end in order to tax the car.

Most garages are of course closed, but there's availability at the local Halfords - wouldn't be my normal choice, but has any body got any horror stories about MOTs there?


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Unless you go to a dodgy back alley garage, an MOT is an MOT these days, it's all computerised and monitored up the wazoo.
Halfords will be fine.


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Unless you go to a dodgy back alley garage, an MOT is an MOT these days, it's all computerised and monitored up the wazoo.
Halfords will be fine.


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Just realised I didn't get the car MOTed in June, and now need to do it before year end in order to tax the car.

I'm rather surprised that you didn't get a letter from the police. Is it registered to the correct address?

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Subaru. Rover was sold, remember?

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Findus Fop wrote:
Just realised I didn't get the car MOTed in June, and now need to do it before year end in order to tax the car.

I'm rather surprised that you didn't get a letter from the police. Is it registered to the correct address?


I updated the address earlier this year, so there's a chance I they'd sent a letter before I updated.

TBH I was certain I'd got the thing MOTed in June, but gov.uk says otherwise.


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Which car is this, MaliA?


Subaru. Rover was sold, remember?

Yeah, thought you had a Ka too or something?

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Yeah, thought you had a Ka too or something?

I think it's stylised Ka².

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Grim... wrote:
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Just realised I didn't get the car MOTed in June, and now need to do it before year end in order to tax the car.

I'm rather surprised that you didn't get a letter from the police. Is it registered to the correct address?

I don’t think they send them out either. There doesn’t appear to be any formal MOT notification system that I’m aware of, other than getting stopped by the police, which happened to me this year as I’d forgotten to do the Focus

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I've been a felon for six months. And I got away with it!

Take that pigs.

Also Halfords passed the mot.


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I was a filthy criminal for months with no MOT last year. Until I got pulled over on the M6 and fined £60.

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MoT day! It will fail on at least insecure battery. I used doofer to turn off the warning light (knock, and catalytic converter) and stuck 2 shotss redex in and bounced it off the limiter as ai drove up and down the prom.


Well......

Needs welding the rear shocks back on. And some other bits.

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I've been a felon for six months. And I got away with it!

Take that pigs.

Also Halfords passed the mot.


That said, there's a smell of petrol when I'm driving around, which it didn't have before I took it in. Suspicious.


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So I didn't get chance to look at the Jaguar as planned (I had a job in one of our data centres which is close to the dealers, but a 2-3 hour job turned into an 8 hour job so that was that one fucked).

However, due to a slight fiscal adjustment I am now looking in a different price bracket, £20-£25K is about the target, maybe £30K at a stretch. May as well get something nice before Brexit crashes the roof in. (We're getting some money from my granddad's house sale, my dad has got a third of it and he's splitting his share in half between me and my brother. Mrs Hearthly can have half of it to get carpets and have some decorating done and all that boring pointless shit I'm not even remotely interested in and will have nothing to do with, I'm spending the rest on a car.)

I'm thinking about some sort of crazy V8 thing, just because I've never had one. Despite my horrific experience with the CLS, I'm feeling drawn to a Merc E63, from when they were still putting the proper 6.2L V8 in it with 525bhp.

They have a slight issue with a head bolt failing and destroying the engine, so you need to make sure that's been done, or if not, budget £2K to get it done.

I know you can get the same engine in the C63 but I prefer the looks of the E63.

Something like this.

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Without wishing to sound rude: dear God it wasn't a lot of money for your Grandfather's house!

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Radcliffe is not exactly a salubrious location. House sold for £120K, (this is a large three-bed semi in good repair with substantial gardens front and rear!), that gets split three ways, less fees, then me and my brother get half of a third each, so it'll most likely work out to around £19.5K each.

I've got £10K of a loan left from the Type-R I want pay off, I'm going to tip a chunk over to Mrs Hearthly for house shit that I refuse to be involved with in any way whatsoever, (I won't even pick up a paint brush, let alone anything else), so then it'll be:

ST trade-in (around £10.5K) + some of our cash in the bank + what's left from the house money = Amount to spend on car. (I don't want there to be any finance involved.)

So yes, that'll max out at around £30K, but I'd be happier at £25K or less.

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There's also the cam follower issue to make sure it's not got. Or whatever it is, the other thing that can kill that engine.

I'd still love an e63 estate, and even with that couple of known and easily rectifiable issues it's a shitload easier to maintain then a Jag, so I say get stuck in!

This superb is nice and all but it's still too fast. I just have to face needing something sketchy and slow or completely mental, in between doesn't work for me.


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If I was going Jag now I would actually be looking to get an XFR brought across, £25K seems to get you a nice one of those.

By all accounts the diesels have a lot of the problems, which are all but eliminated on the petrols.

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Hearth, not considered an Audi? some of those are pretty fuckin' sick at that price range.

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Not being very mechanically minded, that looks like a catapult (in red) and some low show jump fences.

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