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  1. MGF and MGTF
    I aim to rigorously protect my 2003 mgtf against corrosion and know that one area is the sills. Reading around I see that various people have removed their air intakes and gained access / sight into the sills . Some have used this means to Waxoyl them. Now I am aware that the sills can fill...
  2. Blog
    Taking the ZT club advice, I checked the plenum on my newly acquired ZT and was glad I did! It was pretty blocked up with debris: I cleaned it out: After clearing it out I decided to do the spy-hole mod, to allow a quick check without removing the scuttle. This involved drilling a...
  3. Blog
    For some time my MG ZS alarm had been misbehaving – going off randomly (even whilst driving along!). I suspected the sounder, as these tend to ingress water. I had previously had it replaced under warranty with a new one about 5 years ago. The sounder is located under the coolant reservoir...
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    Hi Just joined up, ive owned a rover 45 club se 2004 for a couple of years. Recently i have had an issue with water in the water tank boiling and today it blew the cap off with the pressure. I have already paid out over £200 for a whole new water pump, the head gasket dye test came back...
  5. MG ZR / Rover 25, 200 & Streetwise
    Hey guys! Right what it is.... I have a MG zr 1.4 (2005) and today i changed the coolant over, First i drained the old coolant out which was a green colour and definitely not an O.A.T spec coolant. Then performed one flush and then put in 5 litres of Halfords red O.A.T coolant (Pre mixed) now...
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