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    Default HELP What size and what sensor???

    Right my light is still on and after checking my car history i have decided to changed my front discs and pads and wear sensor. but the problem is i did a search on ebay and there are 2 or 3 different sizes. My car is a signum elite 04 reg 2.2 auto, does anyone knwo what size discs and sensor i need???

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    Find your disk size here mate:

    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showthread.php?t=104063

    (285mm fronts btw lol).

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    Mind if I stick that table into the part no's section Jezzy?

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    cheers mate. i have found these ones what do u think!

    http://www.justpartsbiz.co.uk/acatal...and_Discs.html

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    Mintex are good mate, its what I use and i'm happy with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    Mind if I stick that table into the part no's section Jezzy?
    NP.

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    I was going to do them today just because i had a free morning so went to my local parts place, i gave them my reg and they said the have 3 different types for signum and the best thing to do is take a pad off and bring it up or draw round it and bring it up and they can tell me which one i nee!! Is this correct 3 different types????? ( they only stock i type )

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    And they only stock 1 type btw!

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    3 different types of what? Pad? There just talking garbage. Find another shop. There's only 1 type of pad per disk size, and since you know your disk size they should be able to find the pad for you.

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    This is the Mintex part number for your pads - MDB2262VH. Find someone selling that part. Or alternatively go to your Vauxhall dealer and ask for the "pad and disk kit" for the 285mm disks, it's about £70+VAT for two disks and 4 pads.

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