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Mgtf seat foam

Posted 26-01-2014 at 20:52 by mick cook
Has anyone got a rear seat foam for a Mtgf
My leather is ok just the bolster has mishaped
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Headlamp adjuster

Posted 18-01-2014 at 18:44 by johnfrick
Hi got a facelift diesel conny 54 plate the blue adjuster is missing off my n/s headlamp I wonder if any of you good people have a broken headlamp knocking about with the bit on it if so I would be ever so grateful.
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Mgf stainless steel front grills

Posted 11-01-2014 at 17:27 by mick cook
Aftera set front bumper grills x2 and and rear qtr grills for mgf
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rover 75 loosing water

Posted 11-01-2014 at 13:24 by MicksPA
My Rover 75 seems to be using water. I can't find a leak and it's loosing about a pint every 100miles. 2 weeks ago when I was stuck in traffic a load of steam came out of the back and under the hood. But I only needed to put about a pint of water in and now it seems to loose or use water from then on. I fear a head gasket has gone. Any idears.
I did have a small leak at the top left of the radiator. I changed the gasket on the inlet pipe and it seemed to be ok there.
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MG ZS - Instrument panel bulb replacement

Posted 22-12-2013 at 14:44 by gnu
I'd noticed that my speedo had become difficult to see at night, and suspected one of the back light bulbs had gone. With a lot of driving in the dark being required at this time of year I though I'd better sort it out.

I removed instrument-panel cowl - held on by 4x Philips screws. 2x behind the switches/ blanks under the clocks. 2x looking up, on the underside of the blister in front of the clocks. You will need to ensure steering wheel height is dropped to its lowest point to access....
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