well at the moment im now faced with which to start on first and were to keep the second one
the l322 i bought has no keys at moment so i don't even know if it runs
well whilst waiting for my offer to be accepted and thinking id been turned down i bid on a l322 at the local auction,
so i now have another l322...
probably cost, but then my one is chipped, destroyed 2 boxes and is now a manual
there was only a small hole in rear cross member of the red beast
which would mean some even if just a spot on the chassis
i would expect rust on most 20 year old cars
Ah the little black box with a 2p resister in it to make the ecu think you have already pushed the throttle down,
uses more fuel for no more power
bloody big ones then
cant answer either but if your changing it top tip move seat right back and lay the end of a scaffolding plank in foot well with the other end...
the thing with fire engines is the are often repainted with what ever red paint is in workshops at the time,
we have used post office red or ford...
the emu pushed him off
reminds me off the guy who used to drive his Abbott round parliament square protesting about something, even painted it pink
if you were nearer to Northampton i could have offered a solution
well more info comes to light, the sun roof leaks, looking more like water in electrics
at least the auto-box is good on it
ive got an old 3 pot lister in mine according to the manual will run on just about anything that burns
the steering angle sensor has 2 claws that run round a carbon track the claws wear out and make intermittent contact,
changing it is relatively...
dont forget to burn wet wood in the fire :D
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