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De-mister wooes....

symun Dec 17, 2011

  1. symun

    symun Registered User

    I new that the bung in the battery box needed poking through as it was full of water, but i also wanted to check the state of the pollen filter........took the fascia plastic off to find no filter in place........My fault for not checking in the summer......
    Not expensive i know but the stupid plastic screws wont take another turning.
    Anyway, the bung under battery tray needed to be just touched for it to crumble, out flows about 2 litres of water, did the one under the master cylinder as i was there.
    Best thing is that the mileage stayed the same after disconnecting the battery......
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  3. ScottD3

    ScottD3 I want your faulty electronics Supporter

    the mileage will always stay the same.
    Even if you take the clocks out store them in the lost for 4 weeks. it will still be there. :)

    The plastic screws than hold the scuttle panel down?
    I don't think I've got any left. lol
  4. symun

    symun Registered User

    I meant about the mileage in case it had been clocked.....Drivers side scuttle has slot screws and passengers side has the smallest phillips head screws in the world...

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