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 Yellow Dyane 
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I'll try and post more citroen stuff , but there might be some LandRover content lurking in the background ;)


Feel free :D

I posted about a generator!

My friend has a Freelander I need to fix :lol:

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November 29th, 2023, 7:53 pm
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To help you a bit my Minerva Licence Landrover...


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November 29th, 2023, 8:02 pm
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I'm not suprised it fell over, they're only rated for 30 degree side slopes :lol:


November 29th, 2023, 8:06 pm
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Ahh! I see your problem ...
You don't need to do that. You could of just drilled some holes in the floor to let the rain water out!

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November 30th, 2023, 9:44 am
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Thanks for the info, never know that works too... ;-)
It would also have helped to put the handbrake on...


November 30th, 2023, 10:18 pm
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ImageP1030882 by Robndaisy, on Flickr

Happy New Year folks,

getting too much fresh air from these vents because the thin seals have long gone.

ImageP1030883 by Robndaisy, on Flickr
ImageP1030884 by Robndaisy, on Flickr
ImageP1030885 by Robndaisy, on Flickr

Luckily Mike has put a technique in the club handbook, has anyone ever resealed these vents?

Car is running very well and is my only vehicle as the landrover needs a bit more work ;)
If you click on the pix it takes you to flickr where you can zoom in. :)


February 3rd, 2024, 2:04 pm
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We took the dash apart. First the top cover of and then qou can release the nuts of the vents under the bonnet and take them out. Remove the clips should release moving parts.


February 3rd, 2024, 7:12 pm
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I remember putting a lot of copper grease on the bolts and nuts so getting them out should be ok, I should have done the seals when I was re-installing.
The heater is pretty good and demists much better than the 2cv. ;) :)


February 3rd, 2024, 8:47 pm
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Daras Rich sells the seals as a kit :)

https://retrospecparts.com/


February 4th, 2024, 10:56 am
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