It takes just a moment to join our fantastic community
On difference to his kit and the standard holden system is holding the paddle while in drive can engage sport mode
Yes you could
Look at the engine number on the left hand rear side of the block for the 1st 3 digits or the build plate on the lh strut tower to find the engine...
I find it pretty good, not an instant change in milliseconds but still responsive. Can be used while in drive, then when not being used it shifts...
Unfortunately its the motor you put in being the wrong code, engine code must match up. So if an LY7 was in an LY7 needs to go back same with LLT...
Cost about $550 all up
Would need either 235/45 or 225/50R17 if you put the adventra wheels on
No there isn't any foam (energy absorber)between the bumper and the reinforcement. VZ Calais was the only 1 in the VT-Z range that does have it...
Factory kit would have cost you the same amount, as I done it with my VF2 SV6. Done the change myself, kit was just the new wheel, paddles and...
Factory service on trans is listed at 150,000km or if required
Should have 4 square nuts that slide into the roof rail groove
Diff's are all the same across all models and will swap around. As you said about the flange size being different the V6 is wont bolt up to a V8...
Part number is 92256895
Grille can be removed without taking the bar off and yes badge is just clipped in
15" steel wheel
Another way to test wheel bearings is while driving on a quiet road swerve left to right if the pitch of the noise changes on the loaded side that...
They are just packaging covers and must be removed prior to install
Wheels are VX SS
Vf doesn't have the torx screw, just pull on it from the top down and it will pop off then slide the black clip out which retains the trim when...
Both units are different, so vz can't be fitted
I'd do Oil and filter every 7500km, trans and diff is recommended by holden at 150k so if not done do them, power steering fluid is a good 1 to...
Bci wheels make then
Only way to tell what code alloytec engine you have is the engine number being 10H***
I'd start with shocks over springs, few decent brands to choose from I'd use Sachs or KYB
Fog lights for the ve are normally held into the bumper from the rear side of it with a couple of screws
Cost wise for me to do this was under $250 and a close to 4.5 hrs of time. Last time I had to do a windscreen in a car under insurance was my...
So decided to do this with my VF2, followed Cam-ralph's guide and is working like factory. I was fortunate enough to get my hands on another crash...
Stud pattern is the same, any tyre store will either have some hub rings in stock or can order them in
What Fu Manchu posted will be your issue, very common to be miss diagnosed and also over looked. Fairly cheap to do yourself
No not plug and play as sat nav unit has extra plugs in it
Don't have that issue when holding the wheel at 9 and 3
Just double sided taped to the existing paddles I think, I'm not a fan of them and happy with the size and position of the factory items in my SV6.
Yes it will fit
Wrecker is full of it get the fascia and swap it, it's only the main unit that's the issue as it's vin coded
The beaver panel is the rear sheet metal that forms the rear of the boot area and the energy absorber goes into
That's because they are the same wheels
Vf evoke doesn't get blindspot alert unless optioned
Separate names with a comma.