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  1. MGF and MGTF
    Took off the radiator holding plates. They were rusty on top, underneath and left rust on the slam panel. I thought I would have to replace them. However I undid the hex screws and gently pulled the plate and rubber rad holder off. I did not know if the rad. would move. It did not so I took the...
  2. Blog
    With the weather warming up, my other half told me that the Rover has been getting a little hot in traffic. I took a look, and noted that the coolant had dropped below the minimum mark. The coolant was filthy; it hadn’t been changed since I’d done the HG a couple of years ago, and some residue...
  3. MG ZR / Rover 25, 200 & Streetwise
    Got 2 mates round yesterday to help me out, and somehow in the space of about 3 hours we managed to: Fit a new radio Change door speaker for alpine Change throttle body from plastic to nice clean aluminium one Check all fluids (several needed topping up) and very best of all: Changed the...
  4. Rover 600
    This is a basic guide on how to change a radiator on a manual Honda based 600/Accord with aircon, non-A/C and autos are similar. Please note I take no responsibility for any damage you may cause, if in doubt get someone who knows what they are doing to help out. Radiators are at best a...
  5. Rover 600
    Don't you just hate when you go to the trouble of changing a radiator or any part for that matter and the brand new replacement fails soon after. :( Looks like the plastic tanks are going. This is Nissens radiator P/N: 622831, the replacement also shared the same the same P/N however was...
  6. MGF and MGTF
    Some will know that I have been having coolant loss recently and no trae, and a few days ago noticed the radiator/bleed nipple/bottom hose was wet. Well had a look this weekend and the results were definite seepage from the bleed nipple, and perhaps a broken bottom hose clip (can't see...
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