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We have had a busy couple of days! Yesterday we diagnosed and fixed a Renault Laguna with disco lights on the dash and a loss of power. As well as returning to the Vauxhall Astra that we fixed on Tuesday- Unfortunately running dodgy fuel had clogged the injectors up which didn't allow it to start again. All fixed (for now). Today we are in Tresillian replacing a clutch on a Citroen Picasso. We have erected our new "mobile garage" (basically a glorified shelter, but it does the job) which is keeping us nice and dry despite the miserable weather we are having!

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