I'm getting there, albeit it slowly!! :)
It will soon be time to fit the new clutch master and slave cylinders, and the new brake master cylinder (dual circuit disk brakes), all of which I purchased a couple of weeks back.
The original ones have each got a bit of bore corrosion...
That's really good advice - thank you - my fuse holders came up well just with contact cleaner (I had no need for abrasives) and I coated them in Vaseline (petroleum jelly) to prevent any further corrosion. I now have <0.15 Ohms across each fuse. :)
I've just spent a happy 15mins repeatedly switching the main light control switch between all of its positions; unfortunately it didn't make any difference to my remaining faults, but it was a cathartic experience for me! :)
Mainly for the benefit of others, my findings and fixes...
Hello again everyone,
Further to my email of yesterday, asking for help with an electrical troubleshoot on a 1989 FLU SEE, please does anyone know the physical location and identifying characteristics of the 3 components shown in the excerpt of the wiring diagram below?
If I can locate the...
Yes - many thanks for this - the drawing you sent is the version that I am working from.
To be clear, it's not the simplified wiring diagram that has no numbers - it's the wires on my Mog that have no numbers! :) :)
And you see the main connectors that are in parallel with...
Hello everyone and greetings from the UK :),
I really hope that you can point me in the right direction to troubleshoot an awkward electrical problem with a 1989 FLU SEE that has been standing for 10+ years. It's got 150 hours on it and 2,200 miles.
After a bit of fresh fuel, some new lube and...
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