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    jp928 replied to the thread Plug colour..
    Head version - casting no (under rocker cover) is best way. Here is a piece about heads from SD1 onwards. Rover V8 Cylinder Head Numbers...
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    jp928 replied to the thread Plug colour..
    I would read the white as showing a lean mixture. How many miles on these plugs - doesnt look like much. The black part looks a bit like...
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    jp928 replied to the thread Can he fix it? Yes he can!.
    The 15 imp gal tank is 68L, 12 imp gal is 54.5L
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    jp928 replied to the thread Fuel pump feed..
    No, will do. But if the coil measures 3 Ohm, and the specs for its part no say 3 Ohm, it has to be 12V doesnt it? Lucas DLB101. Starts...
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    jp928 replied to the thread Fuel pump feed..
    I am seeing 12v at the coil (3 ohm type), so I dont think I have a ballast in line.
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    jp928 replied to the thread Fuel pump feed..
    I hear what Colin is saying.... As I read the diagram, the coil is fed off the input side of F19-20, while the washer pump is fed off...
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    jp928 replied to the thread Fuel pump feed..
    My pump doesnt run on accessory- my reading of circuit is that washer pump and coil are both powered from same point, so either on...
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    jp928 replied to the thread P6B S Project Car.
    Shutting the drivers shin bin is difficult - not obvious whats causing it. Anybody have a pic of what the bulkhead should look like...
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    jp928 replied to the thread 1968 2000 TC Restoration Project.
    Are all the rings complete, no bits of a land missing? I have seen pistons very badly eroded on the crown due to pre-ignition caused by...
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    jp928 replied to the thread Fuel pump feed..
    I tapped off the windscreen washer pump, works fine.
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    jp928 replied to the thread P6B S Project Car.
    While I was cleaning the prop shaft I noticed a part no on one end - 533535. Not in the 3500 parts book, but it is listed as the shaft...
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    jp928 replied to the thread P6B S Project Car.
    The rear UJ bolts must be the tightest such bolts I have ever struck! Really had to swing hard on them. Shaft was badly surface rusted...
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    jp928 replied to the thread P6B S Project Car.
    looking around underneath....lets check the prop shaft UJ alignment. One arrow a little hard to find, but in the end...close to 180d out...
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    jp928 replied to the thread P6 3500S- manual gearbox trouble.
    Considering how shot peening of a gear shaft would be carried out, I find it hard to see how the shot might get into the box. Surely the...
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    jp928 replied to the thread Pre-engaged starter motor wiring..
    Ouch! Did you find the base cause of the burnout?
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