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HELP ! Rover 825 Sterling "Owners Manual".

Posted 11-12-2013 at 00:11 by khehla
Hi,
I am trying to get hold of a copy, be it digital or photocopy.
Of the Drivers Handbook for my Sterling 2.5 1998
I have got a (.pdf) Haynes workshop manual. but I would like to get the "book that came with the car" as a part of its paperwork and heritage.
When this car is handed on, I want it to be more complete than when I took it over.
I have searched widely for this book, but find nothing anywhere on the 'net.
Any Ideas ?? Any expenses gladly...
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Car radio keeps beeping

Posted 01-12-2013 at 15:55 by gudge
My car radio in my MG ZS keeps beeping about every 3 Seconds. Is it the radio or maybe something to do with the immobiliser?
It used to work fine I have disconnected the battery and re entered the code but it still beeps.
Can anybody help please.
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Rover 214 Gearbox & Clutch Replacement - Picture Diary

Posted 25-11-2013 at 20:45 by gnu
Updated 03-12-2013 at 19:18 by gnu (typo)
Recently my Rover 214 developed a 'rumbling' noise at 50+ mph and on overrun. It seemed to be coming from the gearbox or drive shafts as it went once the clutch was disengaged, even if the engine revs were kept up. I checked the gearbox oil and it was the correct type and at the required level. There is no clicking from the cv joints at full lock, and minimal play in the drives shafts. After the usual consultation at mg-rover.org I suspected something in the R65 gearbox, perhaps input shaft bearings....
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Rover 75 tourer 04 steering wheel vibration at idle

Posted 21-11-2013 at 13:49 by johnfrick
Hi had a problem with my 54 tourer with steering vibration I did everything believe me finally fixed the problem after a month of trial and error the steering column has a sort of knuckle joint that fits into a brass spline get your head under you can see it put your hand on it you can see and feel it vibrate now then get a good light on it and pull steering wheel all the way towards you and lock , I used a thick flat headed screw driver look on brass spline there are 2 holes where both components...
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Life goes on....

Posted 08-11-2013 at 18:06 by onemilehigh
Seasonal tyre change done.
The 75 is now on its winter boots.
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