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Old 6th February 2024, 19:40   #11
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Hi Simon ... I've just had a look on the v5 it unfortunately doesn't have ... NOx figure ...
Ah ha, I thought so.

The NOx figure is used by Transport for London and regional Local Authorities throughout England to determine whether a car is compliant with the various low emission zones. When it's absent it is assumed that the car is liable to the charge however the reality can be quite the opposite.

If you wish you can telephone MGR C&C Services Ltd. who can provide you with a Certificate of Conformity which is accepted as evidence of the car's NOx value. There's a very good chance that your ZT will be compliant. I recommend that you telephone Lindsay and you can say that I sent you!

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Old 13th February 2024, 18:59   #12
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Ah ha, I thought so.

The NOx figure is used by Transport for London and regional Local Authorities throughout England to determine whether a car is compliant with the various low emission zones. When it's absent it is assumed that the car is liable to the charge however the reality can be quite the opposite.

If you wish you can telephone MGR C&C Services Ltd. who can provide you with a Certificate of Conformity which is accepted as evidence of the car's NOx value. There's a very good chance that your ZT will be compliant. I recommend that you telephone Lindsay and you can say that I sent you!

Simon
Hi Simon I didn't know if it was absent they would assume it wasn't compliant! luckily for me I'm not near London being in Bedford. I shall give them a ring and let Lindsay know you sent me much apricated Ryan
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Old 13th February 2024, 19:16   #13
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this weekend was time to tackle the snapped spring i was very lucky with how it landed on the tyre! I got genuine springs and drop links for it. it wasn't too bad a job the pinch bolts on the bottom of the dampers put up a fight but heat got them out and I put new ones in. I didn't get many pictures as the rain was on and off i did find a unplugged sensor on the oil filter housing not sure what it dose as its not the oil pressure light?



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Old 13th February 2024, 19:47   #14
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... i did find a unplugged sensor on the oil filter housing not sure what it dose as its not the oil pressure light?

RAVE says that it is the oil pressure switch Ryan.

Do you suspect it isn't because your warning light is working normally? Does it illuminate at "ignition on" and extinguish when the engine runs even with the connector flapping about?

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RAVE says that it is the oil pressure switch Ryan.

Do you suspect it isn't because your warning light is working normally? Does it illuminate at "ignition on" and extinguish when the engine runs even with the connector flapping about?

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Hi Simon thank you for looking it up for me I did think it was the pressure switch but light appears to work normally even with it unplugged I shall double check this weekend
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