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1999 BMW 323i Power Window Motor - Front Right Cardone

P311-0ABF394    47-2122  Remanufactured

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Cardone Power Window Motor  Front Right
  • Window Lift Motor - Import Reman
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Window Lift Motor
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    • Gear Included: Yes
    • Mounting Type: Through Hole
    • Number of Mounting Holes: 4
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Window Motor Use Location: Front Right; Front Left
    • Window Regulator Included: No
    • Wire Or Terminal Quantity: 5
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Window Lift Motors are engineered and remanufactured to meet or exceed OEM performance. CARDONE evaluates original OE unit failures and weaknesses, correcting them to ensure a longer lasting product. These motors are computer tested, both as sub-assemblies and as complete units to ensure quality and reliability. A1 CARDONE engineers use the latest in technology and innovation to create high value at a low cost, providing a quality product that both you and your vehicle can rely on.
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1999 - BMW 323i Convertible Front Right
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1998 BMW 323i Nut Genuine

P311-4787952    W0133-1952398  New

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Genuine Nut
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Self-locking collar nut : M8-8-ZNS3
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1998 - BMW 323i
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1999 BMW 323i Coil Spring Insulator KYB

P311-40131CC    W0133-1956626  New

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1999 - BMW 323i
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1998 BMW 323i Screw Vaico

P311-0F21CBE    W0133-1907457  New

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  • As Required
  • Screw with washer. 4.8 x 16 MM
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1998 - BMW 323i
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2000 BMW 323i Clutch Pressure Plate Bolt Genuine

P311-42FED33    W0133-1893205  New

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Genuine Clutch Pressure Plate Bolt
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • M8 x 16 - ZNS
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1998 BMW 323i Hose Clamp Genuine

P311-0BB3D46    W0133-1819002  New

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Genuine Hose Clamp
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 59-66 mm.
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2006 BMW 323i Dowel Pin Genuine

P311-350AB88    W0133-1923308  New

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Genuine Dowel Pin
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • For aluminum screws : As needed
  • D=14.5MM
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2006 - BMW 323i
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1999 BMW 323i Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Goetze

P311-5E7809D    W0133-1976854  New

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Goetze Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • 1.75MM
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1999 - BMW 323i E36
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1999 BMW 323i Engine Timing Cover Gasket Victor Reinz

P311-264835C    W0133-1790230  New

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Victor Reinz Engine Timing Cover Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 11 bolt holes : Metal
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1999 - BMW 323i E46
Victor Reinz
1999 BMW 323i Engine Timing Cover Gasket Victor Reinz

P311-22847E7    W0133-1662758  New

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Victor Reinz Engine Timing Cover Gasket
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99 BMW 323i losing power to engine

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Question From thereign83 on 99 BMW 323i losing power to engine

I need help because I cannot figure out whats going on with my BMW. I have a 1999 BMW 323i four door sedan that is losing power to the engine, when I first crank up my car it works perfectly fine, when I crank it up for a second time in a short time span it cranks up then loses power as soon as I either step on the brake or decelerate, if I crank it up for a third time in a short time span it won't crank up at all, it just rolls over. When I let it sit for a couple hours afterwards it cranks up fine with no issues. I have a new batter and I've also have a new alternator, so the vehicle is getting power just fine, engine just dies.

If anyone has any ideas as to why the engine would lose power when cranking it up multiple times in a short time span please share. Is it an electronic issue with a relay? Or is it possibly the starter going bad?

Response From nickwarner

If the starter was bad it wouldn't turn over. It seems like your engine is turning over at the proper speed but not able to stay running. You should have trouble codes stored in the ECM. Get them scanned and post the exact code numbers here.

Check fuel pressure, it sounds like you may have a fuel starvation issue. When was the last time you changed the filter?

Response From thereign83

I haven't changed my gas filter since I've had my car, It also might be the fuel pump relay.

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

You need to verify fuel pressure first. if you suspect a relay you would need to backprobe it while running to see if it is cutting out and allowing a pressure drop.

If you have never changed the fuel filter, do it now. I change mine once a year.

BMW 323i radio and door lock problems

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Question From Guest on BMW 323i radio and door lock problems

Battery went dead during winter storage. Now the radio doesn't work, the dash light appears to be on but there are no radio stations displayed nor any sound. I inserted a cd and now it won't eject. Also prior to the dead battery when I put the vehicle in gear the automatic door locks activated. The door locks work by the key and the inside buttons they just don't automatically lock. Can you help? Thanks

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Battery going dead will kill radio without codes to reset on many BMWs and other cars. I don't have any tricks - a dealer would and it would help if you listed the model year.

Side topic: Get a floating battery maintainer for this when in storage as it will keep battery fresh and prevent this type stuff. Dead battery left dead for some unknown time probably killed it completely and about definately if stored in freezing temps. Take it out for any testing and don't even try with that one in the car till known good. Learn your reset passwords and have them on hand. Use a "memory" saver when disconnecting the battery for any reason,

T

Response From Guest

Vehicle is a 1999, 323i. Also where would I find the memory codes for this vehicle. Dealers don't even want to talk about codes or help unless you bring it and pay the $90.00 per hour service cost. I guess it's the american way now.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer


>Dealers don't even want to talk about codes or help unless you bring it and pay the $90.00 per hour service cost.<

~~~~~~~~~~~~

If you can't stand the heat why did you jump into the oven never mind just stay out of the kitchen? BTW - independant shops can get that - a Beamer dealer probably near double!

Beamers were early with tricks to kill radio systems if they lost power for anti-theft reasons. It's no good to anyone without a sequence or codes to re-enable it. May go for other items in the car as well.

It's not published or there would be no point. I really don't know except it's common with any loss of power - theft, cutting cables or a dead battery too. The car needs to be "rebooted" as far as I know. I'll bet you have to prove you own it and so forth??

T

BMW radio code not working!

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Question From bigpaw22 on BMW radio code not working!

HI I just aquired a 325 BMW. I have the radio code but am not sure if I am doing anything wrong because it still says code. If you can help let me know, thanx mark.

Response From antonio marques

Hi, before you place the code (five numbers) is necessary that the radio turn on for 01 hour at least, after this time you will be insert the code and the radio will acept immediatly.
The reason this : BMW radio do no has a Internal Memory Card (ICM in that time), for this it is necessary that the eletronic internal Systen will be turn on for one hour for renew the memory systens; Four you understand it's like a old module (CPU Cars), where you need after the turn off the battery, turn on the keys and wait a 15 minutes (around) to memorize the main functions ( like CO2, RPM, mix air and gas and etc), after this the car will be ok.

Response From Hammer Time

This question is over 2 years old. Please check the dates before responding.

Response From carjunky

Hi BigPaw22,

On my car 1992 BMW 325i. You have only three chances to put the code in.. So let the car wait a bit then turn the radio knob on. when it says code input the code you have.... if after the first time it beeps and nothing happens, try putting the code in a second time in a row....

This once did it for me....

Good luck

Response From bigpaw22

Thanx I will give this a try and let you know if it works. Thanx again

Response From bigpaw22

Hi again, well I tried and it doesn't seem to be working since it still say code. Thanx for your help, I'll keep searching. Mark

Response From chidoga

Can u e-mail me the response so i can try?

the site I seen said
hold the M button on the radio
Turn non key and Radio button the code shoulrd show it did not work for me may be you have luck?
AL



Personal info deleted

Response From Guest

Response From Guest

just got a 95 325 and it didn't come with a factory stereo so i put one in and no sound is coming out but the radio works please help.

Response From carjunky

Mark,

Are you sure that code matches your radio? Also you could only try three times every 1/2 or hour not sure.....

Response From bigpaw22

HI, well I did call BMW with the radio tag numbers on it, just not sure if I am doing something wrong. thanx

Response From bigpaw22

Thanx for the help, I disconected the power from the back of the radio and used the code. It works, Thanx again.

Response From Guest

i have a 318ti and would like to know if the code you used was also a 5 digit code

And where and what kind of tool would i have to get to remove my radio to check my ser#

Response From Guest

i have a 318ti and would like to know if the code you used was also a 5 digit code

And where and what kind of tool would i have to get to remove my radio to check my ser#

Response From Guest

If you get locked out after three tries, leave on for one hour and retry CODE, this worked for me.
Thanks !

Response From Guest

I have a problem with my 1992 BMW 325i radio.
My battery died and after i replaced it the radio said CODE. I put in the code and the radio worked fine while the car was running. The next time i went to use my car, the radio wasn't working at all. Nothing comes up on the display and i tried putting in the code again but nothing happened this time.
Does anyone know what is wrong with it and how to fix it?

Response From Guest

Hey guys,

I need your help i have a 97 328i, the radio code needs to be reset, i found the code at the back of my radio, but the problem is how can i inter the number 8 if the digit display on my radio is only up to 6 or 1to6, my code is 88180 , how can i inter nuber 8? please help.

thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

Please start a new question. This thread is almost 2 years old.

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

hi i have a 1998 bmw 323i convertible and i have my code and everything it just isnt working when i type in the code at all i have typed it in 3 times then left it on for an hour and typed it in another 3 times and repeated this for 4 hrs and still it didnt work and this is definately the code can anyone please help me.

Response From Hammer Time

You'll have better luck if you start a new question of your own.

Response From Guest

I own a 94 bmw and the radio won't work i put in the code 12 times and it would not work we found out we had the wrong code but now the code light does not come on. the radio came on today without the code but when we turned the car off and back on there is no radio what do i do?

Response From CJ8140089

I recently replaced the battery on my 1992 BMW 325i and now it is asking for a code for the radio to work. i have looked through all of my papers for some sort of code to input into the radio however i still cannot find one. i also bought it from a private seller in 1998 so im not sure how to go about tracking the code down. and the nearest BMW dealer happens to be almost 100 miles away. Any ideas for how to get the code?

Response From carjunky


If you take out the radio and write down the serial number from the back of the radio, then try calling your dealer. They may give you the code sometimes they want you to be in person to make sure the vehicle isn't stolen. But its worth a shot and you will need the number anyway to retrieve the code.

Response From bmw1990

This was a very helpful thread. So let me add something that may be helpful. I've been to the dealer before to reset the radio, but the radio went to code again after I had other work done to it. Instead of calling dealer or getting serial number for radio, I looked at my past invoice from last time dealer reset my radio. The code was right there on my invoice! Hope that helps.

Response From carjunky

Hey... great follow-up....
It always helps when people post helpful tips....



What I did was fold up that paper with the code on it and placed it in the glove box inside the car insurance card holder.

So now all my important docs are in the same place..... Car insurance card, vehicle registration card, and radio code ;-) Even though I now have Sirius satellite radio, i need the radio to receive the signal.

Response From Guest

The last place you want to leave all your car documents is in the car!
It's people that do that only encourage the thieves

Response From Guest

Had the same problem you all describe. Work was done on my '92 525 that involved disconnecting the battery but the radio would NOT accept the code.

I am the original owner so I KNOW I've got the proper code. Tried repeatedly with no luck.

Left the radio powered up for an hour and it suddenly accepted the code.

I had some tools in hand to remove the radio if necessary so maybe the car got scared seeing me with tools and immediately surrendered !!

Response From Guest

ok, well all of what you all have given is helpful.
Now, here is what my experience has been recently.

E30 deck as I can't speak for any other.

Did all that you've all advised. 3 strikes and I was out!!!
Radio ser # matched with code dealer checked. not once, but 3 times. My radio didn't allow for the code period. I was locked out. Kept the car in access. position for 30min, 1 hour, 3 hours. didn't matter still rejected code.

Got a buddy of mine at BMW whose a tech who couldn't tell me what to do either.

Here is what am IT buddy of mine did.
Opened up the bottom of a deck and found 6 solder jumpers corresponding to the code. He had to remove the solder from the jumpers and switched them around to get a "new" code. The new code was a recommendation given by some "do it your selfer guide" there were only 2 options. Since the original didn't work he used #2 option- which was a new code.

Gave it back to me; I powered it up and punched new code in and radio was on.

Sometimes it just locks out and becomes un operational.

FYI. thanks for the posts.

Response From Guest

disconect battery or the fuse on the back of the radio
for up to 24hrs.it worked for me;
put your code in...

Response From Jeff Norfolk

sound like radio quit. Sorry

Response From Guest

hey, my names hogan and i just bought a 1992 bmw 535i. The battery died yesterday and, like the others, my radio is asking for a code. the radio is a bmw dolby system. can anyone help me out? i really don't want to take the radio out right know.thankes

Response From Guest

hi i was just wondering if anyone can help me i have a 1989 325i con and i need the radio code...does anyone have it????please help i have no music...

Response From Guest

I have a 1993 740i and tried both suggestions and neither worked. Has anyone found any other solutions?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Thanks for posting your FIX! It's my mission to fix whatever, on line, and don't know Jack about BMW radios. Now I have some info on this and can maybe help another when and if that happens. Thanks to all who post a FIX, best from me, Happy and safe motoring to all,

Response From Guest

hello,, iv got a code prob with my b.m.w. radio. iv got the code and iv entered it, but the set is tellin me 2 wait... iv waited a week now... can u help at all

Response From Guest

BMW 325 i Radio locked up when trying to pair and then use with cell phone. Hw do you enter numbers (ussuming I find them)

John

Response From Guest

I also have had the problem with the code. I am now going to try unhooking the power from the back of the radio. I did unhook the entire car, but that did not work.

Also, do you know anything about the outside temp on the bmw 325i. It will not change from -34F

Thanks for your help

Response From carjunky

I think the bmw codes are 5 digits and its best to drive up to a local bmw dealer and ask them for the codes.
Try putting your code in twice back to back



As for the tool to remove the radio and read your serial#

You need either a
1 pc. five (5) sided Pentagon driver - Most every BMW model excluding E38 & E39
or
1 pc. Allen key - for New BMW E38 & E39

Response From Guest

I think I have the right code. My problem is I do not always get a confirm tone (beep) when I hit a number while entering the code. So I am not sure whether the radio registers the number I enter because it does not beep. I have entered the code both ways -- Just hit each number once (even if they do not respond with a beep) And press them until I hear the beep which may mean I hit a button twice. It is still reading "code". I have had the battery out. Will that suffice for unconnecting it? Now that is a RTEAL problem!!!

Response From Guest

I see a lot of guys are having problems with there radios, well so am i..i have a 2002 330xi and the other day all the lights in my car went dead while i was driving, i checked the fuse and it was good, few min. later all the lights started working again.when i went to start the car it wouldent start, i checked the battery and it was no good so i went and replaced it, after i did that my radio wont work, the radio powers up its not asking for any code, it only catches one AM station, and it wont expect any cd.......HELP

Response From Guest

My 328ic radio can be removed with a 5/64" allen key.

Response From Guest

I have problem in me bmw tha radio need tha codec in know what its? sorry for me ingles am spick
spanich

Response From Guest

Hi

I am having similar code problem, my stereo is asking for the code. I have the serial no taken out from the back of stereo and got the code from a paid web site and it did not work .

any idea ??

Response From Guest

my radio serial num. is:

90881600300

and I see another code wich is

PMH 000 2734

Response From Guest

It is the PHE Number

Response From Guest

after reading this whole thread i see two possible solutions if you have the code and you enter it and it still doesn't work.
1. disconnect the power from the back of the radio.
(momentarily, i assume)
2. turn the key on with dash lights on and disconnect the battery for about 15 minutes.

#1 doesn't really make sense because the battery power was obviuosly interrupted to get the flashing CODE. #2 for similar reasons unless those dash lights have something to do with it.

I was looking for a good excuse to buy an Alpine anyway.

Response From Guest

okay I have read all these threads and I still don't know what I need to do. I have left the key on the first position with the word code on the radio for about an hour and tried to enter the code and it didn't work. I then turned the car completely off and disconnected the battery for about 15 minutes put everything back together tried entering the code again and nothing. I know the code is correct because I got it from the dealer, it's 5 digits but it is still not working. Any suggestions? please help

Response From Guest

Did you ever find a solution. I had the same problem, and the only one that worked for me was from ABQ Guest. You turn the ignition key to position 2, then disconnect the battery. Wait an hour, reconnect the battery and try the code again. This worked for me when all other methods failed. I also verified that I had the correct code from the dealer (they could not fix either).

Response From Guest

Would like help in removing a 325IC radio to get radio code/serial number

Response From Guest

You know why the highest number in any radio code is a "6", is because thats the highest numbered button on the radio. To enter a code of 64313, you have to press the six, then the four, then the three and so on. Each button only gets pressed one time. I have heard of people attempting to press the "1" button six times, then press the "2" button four times, then pressing the "3" button three times, and so on, to enter their code. That only locks up the radio!

Response From Guest

Here is a solution posted on bmwe34.net

Resetting radio after power is removed or display shows "CODE"
• If the correct code is not entered in the three successive tries, the radio will not accept entry until the radio has been ON for one hour. IMPORTANT: When entering 5-digit code number, be sure to complete sequence number of that 5-digit code. For example: Code No. sequence is 12345 and you mistakenly enter 125 instead of 123, continue the code number sequence of 45 to complete that entry. The radio will not operate and "CODE" will reappear in the display. Re-enter the correct number sequence of 12345 and operation of the radio will continue. NOTE: If an audible beep is heard while entering the 5-digit code, STOP immediately. Begin entering the code again, starting with the first number of the 5-digit code.
• Another solution from Steven V. The local BMW dealer told me that if I turn the ignition key to the number two position and leave all the dash lights on then disconnect the battery for fifteen minutes to a half hour. The system will re-program itself when the battery is connected. It does not say that in the manual or CD rom but it apparently worked fine. Of course the radio had to be recoded again

Response From Guest

Response From Guest

I have a 95 525i. My wife left the car light on so i had to get it jump started. Now the radio is asking radio code. can anyone help how to get the code. I am third owner or the car, so cant trace the code.

Do i have to take out the radio? try removing battery? etc etc...

Response From carjunky

Yeah thanks for posting the fix... When I get time to take out my radio and get the code I'll call BMW as well, and if I run into trouble I'll try unpluging the power first

Response From bigpaw22

you are all welcome for the help. good luck to you all and I hope I can rely on this sight again for help. Bye for now

front non drivers side brake cluncks

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Question From ian lally on front non drivers side brake cluncks

bmw 323i coupe 1995 my front non drivers side brake cluncks when i apply the brakes. i have had the abs system checked its ok.ihave changed the front caliper. it came from the 3 series but not off the 323i series.it also does not clunck when i apply the brake in the wet

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That noise could be anything in the front end that's worn like control arm bushings, tie rod ends, etc. It can also be the pads slapping inside the caliper against the stops due to weak hardware.

Trans question

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Question From Phils69 on Trans question

The 99 BMW 323i I recently bought had the transmission light 3 times now. Paid a shop today to pull the tranny code and it was the P0740 converter lock up clutch slipping. They said need new tranny or torque converter. It's a GM A5s360r I'm pretty sure, I'll check the next time I'm under there. The Trans shifts fine to me and I've had 2 go on me before so I know what it feels like. I researched and it looks like the following could fix the problem but wanted input to see if I'm going in the right direction. Any thoughts? Tranny has 155k on it.

Change fluid and filter
Change FCC solenoid
Replace torque converter
*

Response From nickwarner

Changing the fluid and filter won't fix mechanical damage. I doubt a new solenoid will either. Your torque convertor clutch is slipping when the ECM commands it to lock, which is the only time it kicks in and does anything anyhow. If you replace the torque convertor that means you pulled the transmission out already to get to it. But the failing clutch in it has put pieces of itself into your entire transmission and the short term fix of a torque convertor will probably result in a bad tranny plus a new torque convertor full of bad trans parts so it would have to be changed yet again.

Response From Phils69

Thanks for the reply Nick. The car is shifting fine and the light has been coming on maybe 1 time in every 100 miles. Bought this for my sons first car so trying to make it reliable though. Think I should not worry about the fluid change and just drive it until it dies? Guess I should start looking for a tranny.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

A beamer for your son's first car?! No problem - people can do that but the car is a PITA and expect expensive problems,

T

Response From Phils69

Believe me it's not that nice of a car just wanted something safe and was looking in the 3500 price range and this was definetly a better deal than the others I looked at. You are right as far as maint repair labor goes. I do my own wrenching or otherwise I would not have touched it. The guy got one over on me with the tranny though as The car shifts fine. The parts for these cars are reasonable as long as you buy them online and not from the stealer (dealer). I've already replaced the cooling system which was the weak link on these cars and rebuilt the suspension. Now looks like I gotta find a tranny

Response From Hammer Time

You are right as far as maint repair labor goes. I do my own wrenching or otherwise I would not have touched it


LOL..... and yet you are here with a problem that you can't deal with on a car that none of us would have gotten involved with, given a choice.


The only thing worse than working on a BMW is working on a BMW that is a hacked up, abused mess.

Response From Phils69

Rebuilding the transmission internals is one thing I won't do. I was here looking for some advise not to get smacked down on the type of car I'm having an issue with. Thanks for the help from Nick who is the only person who gave a knowledge response. Hammer - if that's the response from a Moderator on this site I'm out of here. Please cancel my account.

Response From Hammer Time

You don't like my opinion?

No problem, I'll process your refund immediately.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Arggh! Can I have one? Kitty needs more food.............

Tom

Response From Tom Greenleaf

We can't cancel accounts here. Perhaps owner can but can't reach him. Sorry for your dismay. Just let it blow away if you wish and choice to not see anymore notices should appear for you.

All volunteers here and if that isn't good enough it's fine with me but it's YOUR choice,

Tom Greenleaf