I wish I had time. I had to wave goodbye to the sun to catch a flight to Glasgow which did not dissapoint in its tempreture, greyness or precipitation!I thought the weather would make everyone get out the cleaning rags
Gave mine a quick wash yesterday but didn't get any further than that.
I had the same last Thursday - the light came on as I was leaving work, so stopped in a conveniently-placed shopping centre a couple of miles later (since it still felt fine), and measured 15psi in the offside rear. Couldn't see anything stuck in it, so I pumped it back up to normal pressure and went into the shops to get some food and see if it went down again in the meantime. 10 minutes and 4psi later, on went the spacesaver and cruise control at 50mph for the motorway drive home, much to the delight of everyone else heading southbound on the M5...Went to work, then driving back home on the A3, the tyre pressure warning light came on.
Could not stop so stopped somewhere safe a few miles on driving slowly and found the near side rear flat as a pancake
Pumped up with the compressor with just air and was enough to get me home so looks like a slow puncture but tyre must have been almost flat when the warning came on.
Only checked the tyres last week as well.
Ah well, off to the tyre fitters tomorrow
Hi.They were removed and powder coated. I will take a look at the decals, thanks.hi dean did you paint the calipers if so did you use hammerite,if you go onto ebay you can buy seat decals for the calipers they would look good in white i have red ones on silver calipers just sets them off a bit