dcwalker wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 11, 2019 6:57 pm
Congrats on the MOT - I am pleased for you that at least this car isn't all problems!
I assume from the discussions about under-bonnet templates you are coming to the Lincolnshire meet; I look forward to seeing you and the car again! following up on your thread the other day, did you want me to bring that jack set with me?
Ever so sorry, David, I must have missed a reply somewhere along the way. If you have a set suitable, that would be great. Let me know how much you would like for it
Yes, I'm coming from Tattersall Castle and onwards as I'm not far from there so seems a bit mad (although I do love a good convy
) to go down the night before and pay for a hotel to come back up again! Haha. Well.....I'm coming if he's having a good day anyway! It is always the same kind of electrical non-start issue. Getting through them though! I think it was sat 2000-2017 so more use is weeding out the issues and gradually repairing and renewing things. Luckily, I'd already gathered a few bits so it was all there to be done once they figured it out. I has been different things each time. I am still a bit weary about the battery....I'm sure it's draining faster than it perhaps should.... We'll see!
Yes! The car itself is good, this is all fixable niggles....must not give up....must not give up...must not give up.
I know I'd only want another. We've all done it!
Jeff...Yes, that's the stuff they recommended I put on top of the thin layer I'm on with (ok it's been months since I 'got on' with it!)...I'm a bit scared of the metallic top layer. Feel like it may just still let water run along it but, I guess it should sit snug on things and keep it totally off? Oh, the issues.
2019 - 1990 FOX 480B White Auto Turbo.
2016 -1990 G866 XPO 1.7 Light Blue ES
2008 - 1994 M314 NJA 2.0 Red ES
2005 - 1991 J795 AWU 1.7 Paris Blue ES