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this is my 2nd MK1 and both have been the same,oil is new and up to the level.maybe i am too used to later type boxes and the fact my wrist was broken many years ago makes it seem heavy,anyhow ,it works for me
gear knob that is,my gear change was always hard work and i wanted a bit more leverage but keeping the standard gear knob so to keep it simple and free i removed the knob,screwed a self tapper into the knob where it screws onto the lever. result is a gear lever about 1 inch longer. it really makes a...
got a bit of spare time so i would like to carry out the following mods on my 1991 MK1. the headlights dont switch off (IE down to side lights) when i turn the ignition off,is there a simple way,IE not chopping too many wires that would allow me to do this ?. also,my A/C fan dont work when i hit the...
- Sat May 31, 2014 9:32 am
- Forum: Mx/Roadster Chat and Banter
- Topic: build date by chassis number
- Replies: 7
- Views: 4861
ok cheers peeps.as for wiring,ignore the heater wires,they just warm it up faster and the one wire jobbie earths through the exhaust itself,there is only one conexion to the ECU so pretty simple realy,i just wondered about risastance values etc.
Looks like the oxygen sensor on my 1600 MK1 is toast,it is a single wire jobbie,i know the 4 wire heated ones warm up faster and are suposed to be more stable so.....can i put a 4 wire on?.
so i took the cat off today in readiness for the decat pipe,the first thing that struck me was how light the cat was....slap round the face with a wet kipper for the first one to guess what i found
as my old bus was a bit like a jelly on the bends i decided to make a front chassis brace. i had some old bits laying around and knocked one up,no big deal really. untill i went to fit it...there are 3 holes near the lower wishbone mount,you can drop the bolt in through the big hole or from above th...