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  1. Wire the live terminal to one of the plain white ignition switched wires & other terminal to earth, gauge lighting to existing gauge lighting.that way the Batt gauge will shut down when ignition is off. If you want a gauge with a better display the 52mm VDO Vision voltmeters are good. https://www.vdo-gauges.com/vision-black-12v-voltmeter.html
  2. Could be a memory fault that is not storing the entered code.
  3. western

    Dash Vents

    They fit all, but on the inside face of the vent panel not on the bulkhead like the rubber seals
  4. western

    Dash Vents

    Was ALR2220 now JAE000030 https://www.brit-car.co.uk/search.php?query=ALR2220&xBrand=&part_type=&xSupplierID=&product-sort=&xPerPage=10 These are the earlier rubber type https://www.brit-car.co.uk/search.php?query=MUC4299&xBrand=&part_type=&xSupplierID=&product-sort=&xPerPage=10
  5. Glad you found the fault & it was a easy fix.
  6. you should be able to find a lot of info in one of these threads. https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Alr4x4.com+Td5+clutch+replacement&oq=site%3Alr4x4.com+Td5+clutch+replacement&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.13384j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  7. The only circular badges I can find are these on key rings, might be possible to trim the loop off & glue in place.
  8. This might help https://forums.lr4x4.com/topic/107368-fuel-filler-110/
  9. I can send you a circlip for a 200tdi Mo, Mine broke & I bought some from This place (clip at top of picture)
  10. the diagram gives the same part number for both panes of glass so swapping them over shouldn't create any problem. not sure if puttig them ineither runner would cause that problem it doesn't say inner/outer or left/right.
  11. western

    Dash Vents

    Yes they are stuck on, IIRC LR used bostik or similar when I had some repair done on bulkhead top corners, I think I used evostik to glue them back in 0lace, Yes the vent links have to be disconnected to fit both types of the seals.
  12. Garage looks fab, a suggestion for the concrete slab outside the garage, a friend did similar & made it so it drains into a catch sump in middle with a removable wire basket which was connected to the household sewer, its to catch any debris when pressure washing the underside to stop lots of mud, stones going into the sewer system,
  13. Not all the time, just occasionally.
  14. western

    Dash Vents

    IMHO the rubber seals are better.
  15. The 2 foam gaskets are STC952 heater to bulkhead MRC8378 air intake duct to blower motor housing.
  16. I never say that, just tempting fate & it all goes belly up & takes 4 times longer 😆
  17. western

    Dash Vents

    When it's bolted to the outer panel & open it should sit like this
  18. Yes should be ok, you can get more tubing & connectors from any motor factors or Halfords, a non return valve in each line would give the pumps a easier time & get almost instant wiper fluid to each screen. for the rearscren tube route in down the screen pillar & through one of the bulkhead grommets to wash tank
  19. You need the green spring clips I linked to earlier this week for the heater unit cable securing.
  20. Not fitted to pre 300tdi 90/110, but it can be retrofitted, don't see why the tester quiered it as the vehice is to old & never had it from new.
  21. at work the 2 shifts have been spilt into 3 shift, so when on shift we are doing 12 hour days 7am to 7pm, with weekend work if required, then we get 2 weeks of not working, 1st week we can be called in for any continuation training & 2nd week can be called in to cover any illness on the other 2 shifts. so 2 weeks of being at home has allowed me to do various jobs on my 110, these have ranged from replacing weather seals on the alpine & rear small windows, cure a leak on front axle at lower swivel pin, replaced all these items ---- rear seatbelt floor mounts, front brake hoses, rear door carpet strip, wiper arm adaptors no more slack wipers, all 4 bumpstops, other jobs have been removing & digging out ivy roots at the wall in front garden, they are hard work, had to fix the garage door to the garage structure, fix the security light, that's stopped me getting bored.
  22. I suggest having a read of this if you haven't done so https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/individual-vehicle-approval-iva-for-light-trailers-help-to-get-a-pass
  23. Yes it does, the right lever has a different type, 2 on heater box.
  24. I need to get some of those spring clips used my last one yesterday, as one on the top of heater snapped & the other spare I had was broken too. That's a good find.
  25. That's the right spring clips for heater unit as well as the levers Yes looks OK on clock & wiper switch. If you Google rear wiper switch wiring you should find some photo's of the rear of the switch with wires in place. I've been chasing a leak on left front caliper, found it eventually, had to buy a new caliper as a part time fix until the new stainless piston & seal kit arrives, probably next week, just got to rebleed caliper tomorrow ran out of brake fluid.
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