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    You'll be fine. There are no moving parts in that...

    You'll be fine. There are no moving parts in that section. Just grease it up I think and job done.
  2. Done :)

    Done :)
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    Oh, and another thing. The ISCV needs to be put...

    Oh, and another thing. The ISCV needs to be put back on the right way round, assuming you whip it off for the intake refurb. Give it a good decarb too while it's off, you'll get loads of crud out :)
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    It's fairly easy apart from one bolt on the...

    It's fairly easy apart from one bolt on the underside where the power steering pump is. You can do it it with the right deep socket and extension and swivel knuckle I think...but easier to loosen off...
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    Have a really good look at the plug and the...

    Have a really good look at the plug and the switch for corrosion/short circuits. Must be a Ph2 as Ph1 didn't have electric ones. Water and grime can mess with these a lot but a good clean can do...
  6. Thread: Wing mirror

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    You can still get the glass on ebay I think.

    You can still get the glass on ebay I think.
  7. A year late in my reply...that is Leighanne, a...

    A year late in my reply...that is Leighanne, a member here but she very rarely comes to this site anymore as she is so busy. One got sold earlier this year and I have gradually got the other three...
  8. Thread: Out and about

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    Looking epic!

    Looking epic!
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    https://www.leisureshopdirect.com/caravan-accessor...

    https://www.leisureshopdirect.com/caravan-accessories/rubber-and-plastic-parts/rubber-and-plastic-trim
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    Where I live in Hants there is still a dark green...

    Where I live in Hants there is still a dark green Carlton 3000 undercover cop car. I saw it twice, once in my M5 as I slowly cruised past it in my M5 (he pulled in front of me and put the POLICE SLOW...
  11. Thread: 0281 - L258GYN

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    keys found: ...

    keys found:

    http://williamsclio.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?46100-L258-GYN-I-have-your-keys
  12. Thread: Mot day

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    Omg...hahaha thougnt this was an old pic of mine!...

    Omg...hahaha thougnt this was an old pic of mine! L468 TAC :D
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    That's the throttle body. Did you take the whole...

    That's the throttle body. Did you take the whole thing off or just spray it with stuff? Can you get a picture of the whole unit and the red parts and ISCV plug?
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    Sounds like a bad earth or maybe wiring issue,...

    Sounds like a bad earth or maybe wiring issue, maybe shorting out somewhere like the starter motor or ISCV or throttle body. Have a look around the relays and the back of the engine where the...
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    Ooooh!!! And an R26R

    Ooooh!!! And an R26R
  16. Thread: Hello!

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    Welcome to Willyland :)

    Welcome to Willyland :)
  17. Thread: Williams 2 turbo

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    Cool :D

    Cool :D
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    Lovely :D

    Lovely :D
  19. Thread: 0099 - L3AMS

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    Oh wow, congratulations! Number 99....awesome :D...

    Oh wow, congratulations! Number 99....awesome :D PICS!!!!
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    It could be the ABS unit itself is faulty. Not...

    It could be the ABS unit itself is faulty. Not sure how to test that though.
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    Check brake fluid level. Check the handbrake...

    Check brake fluid level. Check the handbrake sensor on the back of the handbrake.

    Check the ABS works.

    If it is an individual wheel sensor you can test it with a multimeter I think for an open...
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    That pipe can be gotten from spares suppliers...

    That pipe can be gotten from spares suppliers like matbrown. The solid ones are very durable. You can also use normal fuel pipes as mentioned in previous threads and cable tie them in place.

    All...
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    This is a common issue now the cars are so old. ...

    This is a common issue now the cars are so old.

    The ID is 8mm.

    If you get about 6 metres and cut to required length, you'll be ok I think for BOTH fuel feed and return.

    When you replace them...
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    There are a ton of headgasket fail posts here,...

    There are a ton of headgasket fail posts here, including my own on my valver many years ago.

    With a standard car it is a pain but all doable in short easy steps.

    First, make sure you have...
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    Might drop the rear beam for a good clean and pop...

    Might drop the rear beam for a good clean and pop a new one on too...
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    Glad to see it is still in the WC family :)

    Glad to see it is still in the WC family :)
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    You have to be careful, but people have done it...

    You have to be careful, but people have done it to replace the glass section and keep the clear plastic surrounds on the early Mk1's. I think a heat gun is handy :)

    I think rechroming is a time...
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    Glad you saw the issue before anything went badly wrong!

    With the oil cooler plate and normal enthusiastic driving, you're fine, but for track days it needs an oil cooler and maybe a baffled sump...
  29. Thread: 0217 - L468TAC

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    Sat in a cosy garage for 18 months, on three...

    Sat in a cosy garage for 18 months, on three wheels with no engine in. I am going to get it moving soon though and have a decent overhaul and rust removal done and a rebuilt engine and many other...
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    I don't recognise these parts tbh.

    I don't recognise these parts tbh.
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