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  1. Hi Ann, there are a bunch of insurance companies at the top of this thread. Tax is around the 250 mark.
  2. I'm afraid not. You may be able to get the rear camera to work, but front is harder. I have heard of one person getting it to work, but i have only ever used front camera twice, but stereo everyday so stereo is more important.
  3. do you have any pictures @Ian Stanley??
  4. Hi Do you have a 240v splitter? ie. can you connect to 240v at a camp site? If you do then you could connect a 240v heater. Otherwise you will be looking for a LPG heater as most heaters use diesel. However again, there are some chinese versions that come with a little diesel tank where you can buy red diesel (no VAT on that) and use it Sample here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142942440753 As you will see a tiny plastic bottle where you add the diesel. I don't know what these are like, this is not a recommendation, i have seen many camper owners who have these and seem pretty good. Please research.
  5. I have a 3litre and love it. first thing i did was LPG conversion. Saved a bomb and monthly do around 500 miles for around £80. More miles if doing long run. Recommend Profess Autogas
  6. 2p coin sized may be too large, i think (i could be wrong) but anything bigger than 5p coin is not repairable. When i got one i contacted a local guy who did it for £25 .. the same cost as claiming from the insurance excess. I did the maths LOL and yeah saves a claim. look around locally for someone who can resin inject repair. May find some old boy who does it in his spare time like i did.
  7. Hi When you say very rarely, do you mean they open on their own?
  8. apart from an old broom stick you may need the new gas struts, but i bet these are a shared part with something else.
  9. I don't think there is anywhere to turn it off as in a switch Usually there is some kind of action you need to do to turn it off, but not sure of the sequence. I once did it on a Lexus to turn off the seat chimes. The switch will be in the transmission stick more than likely.
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