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About Jamie B

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    Exige Club Racer '08

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  1. I echo Dave's suggestion. It is easy enough. Foliatec or E-Tech both do caliper paint kits with everything you need, barring a jack and some masking tape.. Jamie
  2. I should have mentioned that. I already spent one afternoon doing the same. Apologies! Jamie
  3. Approach a Lotus dealer with your vehicle and alarm details and they will be able to source the code for you. They needed to see a copy of my V5 before they would release it. Jamie
  4. You're welcome! Glad it helped. If your car came with a bunch of paperwork then go through it and see if there is a cobra alarms card amongst it. That may have the PIN written on it, or the previous owner may have written it in your handbook. Jamie
  5. I only joined here just over a week ago so I will let some one else comment on that one!
  6. You are better off masking off part of the beam. That's also what the manual suggests (p115). Jamie
  7. Thanks, that's very kind of you! I shall indeed buy you a drink once all this social distancing is over! I guess I need to start practicing removing stuck bolts before I attempt it on the car! Jamie
  8. Thanks Will. Yes, buying a new one and installing was Plan A, but I took a hex key to it before posting and found that two of the bolts were rounded off. Drilling those out right above my fuel tank didn't strike me as a great idea, hence painting in situ as Plan B! Jamie
  9. These were the detailed instructions I received for pairing my fob. Looks like you have followed them so far but you might spot something in here you have not done? REMOTE KEY FOB - PROGRAMMING - USE WHEN ADDING A NEW REMOTE INTO THE SYSTEM IGNITION MUST BE ON AND THE ALARM OFF STEP 1 – PREPARING ALL REMOTE KEY FOBS - ALL FOBS MUST BE DONE SIMULTANEOUSLY Press and hold both buttons on remote until the LED stops flashing (about 10 seconds). Do this for all remotes to be programmed The LED on the remote should stay on until after programming. If the LED on the remote extinguishes by the time you want to program, the key has gone into battery saving mode, press large button once to bring the LED back on then proceed with programming. STEP 2 – ENTER PIN 1) Turn ignition ON and OFF 3 times within 5 seconds. 2) Security LED will blink once indicating that the security code can now be entered. 3) Enter security code as follows: .... a) Turn ignition ON & count number of blinks representing 1st digit of code then turn ignition OFF. .... b) Repeat for 2nd digit. .... c) Repeat for 3rd digit. .... d) Repeat for 4th digit. 4) Turn ignition ON and LED will come on permanently if correct code has been entered STEP 3 – COMPLETE THE REMOTE KEY FOB PROCEDURE 1) Press and hold the large button on one of the remotes until the security LED light in the tachometer goes out then comes back on. 2) Do this for each remaining remote 3) Turn off the ignition and check each remote for the correct operation. DISARMING ALARM/IMMOBILIZER USING PIN 1) Turn ignition ON and OFF 3 times within 5 seconds. 2) Tachometer security LED will blink once indicating that the security code can now be entered. 3) Enter security code as follows: ....a) Turn ignition ON & count number of blinks representing 1st digit of code then turn ignition OFF. ....b) Repeat for 2nd digit. ....c) Repeat for 3rd digit. ....d) Repeat for 4th digit. Alarm/immobilizer will disarm if the correct PIN has been entered TURNING ON/OFF THE ARM/DISARM BEEPS Make sure the alarm is unarmed. 1) Remove power by pulling fuse F11 or disconnecting the battery. 2) Reconnect power & press remote button “A” within 5 seconds of connecting power. TURNING OFF THE INTERIOR MICROWAVE FOR ONE ARMED PERIOD This is a temporary bypass that if needed, has to be repeated at each arm cycle. 1) Arm the system in the usual manner 2) Within 20 seconds press the small "B" button twice (each time there will be a confirmation beep)
  10. Hi all. First post on this forum. I did a quick search for this but couldn’t find anyone who has this specific issue, only on replacing/upgrading the ring etc. So the aluminium fuel filler ring surround on my Exige S2 is scratched and it bothers me every time I get in or out of the car. The scratch is too deep to polish it out. Photos attached. I could replace it with a new ring, or a new type/colour of ring, however I was thinking about painting it to cover up the scratches. Either in silver so it keeps the same current colour or in black to match some of the other trim. Question – have any of you painted this ring in situ on the car? What type of paint did you use and how did it take? Thanks fuel filler surround 1.jfif fuel filler surround 2.jfif
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