There's something not right about it i agree about the hydraulic lock but once something has bent thus releasing the pressure it would turn over ,the bit i don't get is it did it at 70mph ish, engines usally talk to you before failure
That wasn't what I was referring to - but now I've seen it.....Just noticed that, goes back to May 5th, over a month ago !
Hi no it was the same thing i believed it was electrical with all yhe problems but as ive been workimg abroad i took the car to the garage and only found out when i returned they tell me its actually the engine siezed but no explanation on the electrical sideThe belt would just slip if alternator is seized try turning it over backwards.
So just to be clear has the fault been resolved what happened a month ago?as this thread reads as though the engine has just happened?
That is two different things that may or may not be connected. An engine seizing does not send the electrics into fits.Yes i did think it was electrical but the garage now tell me it is siezed and wont turn