I was just standing above on a sloppy path, coming out from the Magrin castle, built on the top of the hill as usual, TBH not that high, only 350m but overlooking a 360° stunning landscape... It is the parking of the castle, located at mid height on a south bank of the hill. As we were around 25 cars and 45 members of the club, it had been overcrowded!Nice collection. From that photo, did you go or were you spying from a distance?
Thank you so much @Roverlike.Switch part number you are seeking is YUG10075. There are still new examples but in some cases far away.
You will find second hand ones plenty on the market, but not as a single switch, rather as a part of three switches with its holder - Hazard, rear demister and rear fog.
It does not matter if block is not in the same order as yours. You only need rear scree demister, since you will take switch you need from the block, and replace your in the block.On another hand I've seen a few other blocks but they haven't the same function in the same order as in my cabby:
Thank you once more.It does not matter if block is not in the same order as yours. You only need rear scree demister, since you will take switch you need from the block, and replace your in the block.
To answer question from another forum, your Heated Rear Window Relay is the same as in your Rover 25 - Round one in the fuse box under steering wheel.
I quite agree. The same kind of armrest I'd bought for my 25, grey body with grey / black leather well matching the interior shade.I do not know what armrest you managed to see on the web, but in case of Rover 200/400, Coupe/Cabriolet, Tourer they are mostly black with grey cover (leather or fabric).
I've found a decent armrest thanks to a guy who is breaking his saloon on the MG Rover FB group. The whole cream leather interior had been fitted (I don't know if it's my bloke or a precedent owner) in his 200 saloon.Do you have pictures of armrest you found? And where from you found it?
I am askjng this before you conduct any work on them.