The last i heard, it was under the bonet, next to the brake fluid tank - in a plastic box. On the later corsas it's in the driver's footwell.
No, regular coke doesn't contain aspartame.
ok solved the prob myself it was the ignition barrel kaput so now starting with screw driver lol , should cost about ten quid from scrappy or 50 ish brand new
Remove the bolts. Its as simple as that!
beat reg. staff ghost by a lot
web search suggests 1.0mm
If it has a petrol engine then yes, it will have four spark plugs.
3 - one for each cylinder
These days most, if not all, spark plugs come pre-set. If you get the right ones there is no need to check the gap, you just fit them.
Your bike takes part# NGK-BP6HS-00-00; PLUG, SPARK (NGK BP6HS). The plug when purchased new should already be gapped correctly. But if you are cleaning and reusing the old plug, then your gap is 0.024 So that you are confident in the answer look here. http://www.ngksparkplugs.com/part_finder/motorcycles/step4.asp?id=2998&type=reg Hope This Helps
right tyre size for p reg corsa
looking directly at the distributor, and say on cycinder block FURTHEST spark plug NUMBER 1 then 2, 3 and 4 NEAREST to you. Connect as follows:- 1sp to TOP RIGHT-- 2sp to BOTTOM RIGHT --3sp to TOP LEFT -- 4sp to BOTTOM LEFT. Hope this helps. its a pain to get right. ps. this is on a K-R reg
Mine 53 reg Corsa SXI has a timing chain if that helps?
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1 3 4 2
when does it stall??