The drive train is MGB, for better or worse. Better, because I have lots of MGB parts, and they're cheap. Worse, because it's heavy stuff for what it is.
Although, since I tend to accumulate lots of parts for whatever vehicles I have, it's handy to have a common base for this car, the MG TD...
No fridge in the support vehicle?? May want to check fuel tank for debris before the journey, all the bouncing down the highway could dislodge any crud in the tank and keep plugging up the strainer. Also make sure to inspect the rubber boots on the driveshaft tubes, they tend to rot away. Have a...
Check the top two relays (K1 and K2). Check wire 213 for 24volts with start button and clutch pushed in. 213 is on the solenoid terminal closest to the block. It sounds like the solenoid could be fubar.
Pressure feed is the best, I do it with my air powered Mite-Vac. Follow the list 1 thru 9 one at a time and keep adding fluid.
1- Master cylinder 2 places
2- Right rear caliper
3- Left rear caliper
4- Right rear front caliper
5- Left rear front caliper
6- ALB modulator
Check your safety switch on the clutch.. Start it up and let the air build up then shut it off. Turn on your ignition (battery switch too:?) but don't start it. Move the shifter plunger up and down and listen for the air cylinder, you should hear a little clunk. The clutch switch is also used to...
Remove the 8 bolts that hold down that small plate. Remove charge valve button then remove 2 bolts that hold down trailer charge valve and move it aside by lifting plate enough to gain access. Easy peasey.... kind of.
TM 5-2420-224-20-2 p.4-221
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