You might need to enlarge, but it's a brilliant diagram.
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Another example of new parts being sold that are not what they claim, and a comaplint to the supplier should be made. Assuming that you can't get the correct mirror, use a centre punch through the spare hole so that you make a small dent in the screen frame.. Now use a 1/8 drill to create the hole. ...
- Thu Apr 18, 2019 9:18 pm
- Forum: Electrical
- Topic: New fan belt, now have red light
- Replies: 86
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Jenko, returning to your original question (interesting though the above discussion is) as in your other thread we seem to have found that the lights in the speedo are not necessarily correct, is the red light really the ignition light? Although other tests do indicate a dynamo issue, just doubkle c...
If you've got a heater that really warms the car then I'd try sell the recipe :o As the fan is working, the lack of demist is probably going to be either a blocked vent or more likely a disconnected hose. There should be a wire reinforced hose, about 1.5 inch diameter, running from either side of th...
You mention two orange lights. That suggests that the bulbs to illuminate the speedo may have been placed in the holes for the warning lights. The speedo illumination lamps should not be directly visible, they spread light around the edge of the dial. With the speedo removed, you will see that there...
Welcome, Lorna, I hope that you have many years of happy Minor ownership and really enjoy the car. If fitting a music system, first check whether the car is positive earth as originally made or has been converted to negative earth - most modern music boxes will work only with -ve earth and it would ...
The only thing I'd do differently is to use a light cream coloured carpet so that it looks brighter. The dark colour does tend to suck the light in. I prefer to be able to see what's in the glovebox when I'm looking for something. Other than that, a nice job.
What age are the tyres? Check the date on the sidewall, not just when you fitted them. Three years / 2,500 miles is not acceptable, so take them back to the supplier. realisitcally, you'll probably have a battle, but worth a try. regretfully I have found even Bridgestone's having similar problems. H...
- Tue Apr 02, 2019 8:33 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: New Rear Spring Kits For Traveller
- Replies: 8
- Views: 322
I've had a few poor springs from a coup[le of different suppliers. I approached a couple of genuine british manufacturers and, like you, found that the cost really was, regretably, prohibitive. Four years ago I fitted a pair of these: http://www.gsjones.co.uk/traveller-parts/494-7leaf-roadspring-tra...
The window catch is definitely home made and not original! There should be a black piece of metal attached to the capping that screws to the inside of the waist rail. The seat support bracket and rear door stay then screw to the capping piece. The capping finishes roughly level with the top of the i...
- Tue Mar 26, 2019 10:20 am
- Forum: Parts for sale
- Topic: Stainless Front Door frames. 4 door, Van, Pickup
- Replies: 3
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There was someone advertising as wanting stainless quarterlights. Perhaps you could get together?
- Mon Mar 25, 2019 5:46 pm
- Forum: Electrical
- Topic: Anyone know what these two switches are for?
- Replies: 9
- Views: 362
Yes - unless you make up bracket to hold a micro-switch in place that can be activated by pressure form the gear lever (or us a proximity switch to do the same) or fit a gearbox remote control linkage form a donoir car such as an MG that had the reverse light switch built into it. There are some pos...
If I'm reading correctly, that's exactly what he tried. If you do sand down the rail, then make sure that the routed channels in the wood along the length of the rail are still there as they conduct the water to the (new) drainage holes. without the channels, the water is liable to overflow into the...