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  • sjw185
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    Little update here,
    Got the limo out of storage and transported up to my house.
    As long as my Coupe engine build has a trouble free start work can begin.

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    A few days with the doors open in a dry place to air it out a bit.

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    10 Years of sitting idle have not been kind, checked out wishbones to see if pressed or forged?
    Looking crusty

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    Was going to order up all the bushes but decided to stand by until I get everything apart to make sure there are no surprises.
    I will start at the rear and drop everything for blasting and painting.
    First time for me working on B4 rear suspension, lets hope it comes apart ok.

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  • sjw185
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    Still stashed away
    Turned it over a few times and got a few more parts, original cross member, intercooler and airbag steering wheel.
    Hope to move it into the garage before the end of the year and drop the running gear.

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    Last edited by sjw185; 27th December 2019, 03:26.

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  • 80Comp
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    Time to get it out of storage
    Any news?

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  • Joe90q
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    I’m liking this!

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  • Greg_S
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    Good to have some of the basics sorted ready for the next set of jobs.

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  • sjw185
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    Not much been happening here got brakes and clutch bled through as brake pedal was going to the floor and clutch was not great either.
    So at least it is driving and braking.
    Gave it a wash and took wheels off to get rid of some of the old muck in the arches.
    Got it stored for later in the year as going to turn my attention on to the coupe to get the engine built up and back in.
    Certainly looking better now since it first arrived

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  • sjw185
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    The rear window is now fitted
    Now the car is sealed again it will be getting some serious cleaning to remove 10years of dirt.

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  • sjw185
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    There is a lot of wiring/gremlins to sort out.

    Looks like the brake reservoir sensor plugs have been chopped, there is a bypass link in one of the bulkhead connectors.
    The fuel pump is running with the ignition on and when you remove the fuel pump relay it still runs?
    Battery main cable runs from the boot down the nearside and right round the front of the car so would like change that and run through the chassis leg.
    Think the original ABY loom fuses have been spliced in to the v6 loom under the glove box instead of feeding to the fuse box.


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  • sjw185
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    Worked some more on the seat latches and I'm sure now its corrosion not glass fragments.
    Think the years of water ingress have killed the springs and seized the latches.
    But the good news is the starts and runs.
    Idle was terrible so pulled the codes 00537 Lambda sensor limit surpassed and 00516 throttle idle switch.
    I had forgot to connect the carbon canister hose on the bottom of the inlet manifold and adjusted throttle switch all good
    Anybody heard of this JK Tuning looks like software is for RS2 so will be looking for stock chips to swap out.


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  • sjw185
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    Tried the hoover with a wee hose but I think ive already got all the loose stuff out and I am left with the a few crushed bits that wont shift.

    Resorted to brute force and swearing loudly but no joy.

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    Will return to that one later as more bits attached on the car.
    Fitted turbo and lines.
    Installed inlet manifold with new injector cups.
    Checking out intercooler setup and removed it for a look, good job as it was full of water


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  • newsh
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    Originally posted by Tractor Dave
    You could try sucking it out if you have a powerful hoover?
    Yeah with a small tube taped to the end

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  • Tractor Dave
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    You could try sucking it out if you have a powerful hoover?

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  • sjw185
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    Originally posted by LSG View Post
    Can you get a air blower in their. Maybe that would do it
    Yea thats a good idea but I haven't got a air line so maybe have to wait until its mobile.
    Was hoping to get the latches freed up before window goes in.




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  • anthonys2
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    Good project this mate going to watch this thread with interest

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  • LSG
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    Can you get a air blower in their. Maybe that would do it

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