That's just a screen grab, not a video?
Isn't this your dealer's problem?
This comes from a US source but may help with original specs:-
I hope you are fighting fit again very soon.
It looks like they made a box and poured the bodywork into it - not so much a flying lady as a flying brick!
Very glad to hear that you have the Rangie at last and hope you both get a lot of pleasure from it. All the best to you and your good lady....
In the photo you posted before you had the red lead plugged into the left-hand socket (marked 20A?). So you should set the dial to point to 20A...
I don't understand...............
If you have the part that came off and can compare the size with the new part, and they are the same...
Click on the Union Flag at the top right of the screen for it in English!
Those are the right dimensions for ERR2073 according to this website http://www.yiparts.com/en/search?type=number&keyword=ERR2073
The Gates belt...
That's a chunky current. It looks like you have the meter set to read AC Amps (~A). Is that the right setting on your meter for reading...
Fantastic - many congratulations to you all!
Bugger! There was me thinking I had a good idea!
Good luck with your search.
I think for most cars the standby current is in the order of 25 to 50 milliamps (0.025 - 0.050 Amps)?
I might be imagining it but I think you can...
Exciting times! Best wishes to you both for the birth - keep us updated!
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