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SkyBlue last won the day on October 15

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    Elise S1

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  1. Just to confirm is this the up to date list Eddie? 1. Colin  2. Eddie and Sue 3. Dean and Lisa 4. Andy & Kathryn 5. Kim and Jules !! 6. Matt and Jake  7. Mark and Lucinda
  2. Hi Simon, I did use a solar charger (fixed up on my garage roof) on my S1 Elise for about 6 months before I installed power to my old garage. To be honest it was a bit hit and miss. It seemed to keep the battery topped up enough to start the car, if there had been a few sunny days. If the weather was not so good, I did have to remove the battery and charge it a few times which was a pain. I think it all probably lies in the quality of the solar panel itself, but I don't know enough about that side of things. If you are looking for something to keep the battery topped up for a couple of weeks or so then solar may do it, if you are talking much longer then maybe look at other options such as maybe an extension lead and a battery conditioner/charger. HTH
  3. SkyBlue

    My S2 has conked out

    Just re-read your post and noticed you said Toyota engine. Not sure if the Toyota engine has a TPS so my info may not be relevant.
  4. SkyBlue

    My S2 has conked out

    Hi Neil, Probably best to get the fault codes read first, as this may give the answer to your problem straight away. If it is the throttle position sensor (TPS) that is at fault it will probably give you one of the following codes: P0121 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “A” Circuit Range/Performance P0122 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “A” Circuit Low P0123 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “A” Circuit High Performing a TPS reset may sort your problem. The TPS can fail and isn't repairable, so if it is faulty you will need to buy a replacement.
  5. Good to catch up with everyone and meet new members too. Thanks for sorting Eddie. Excellent photos from the drone too, cracking work Chris.
  6. Spill the beans then Eddie...…………………………………..What's the fantastic news?
  7. SkyBlue

    Hello all

    Hi Dave, welcome to LDC. See you at Hilltop sometime. Cheers Dean
  8. Hi Neil, welcome to LDC, lovely looking car you have there enjoy! cheers Dean
  9. Hi Paul, Welcome to LDC, see you at an event soon. cheers Dean