heater and other problems

Talk about the 406's electrical system, what wires do what, how to add extra functionality, etc.

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Re: heater and other problems

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Check my location :arrow: :wink:

Umm, the locking ring, right? Oops, there's RPOs:
As yours is a D8.5
DIESEL FUEL from RPO 07968 (Thu 3 Sep 1998) UNTIL RPO 08973 (Mon 4 Jun 2001) 153120

So mine wouldn't fit anyway :|
Unskilled meddling sin©e 2007

2004 D9 2.0 HDi 110 Estate lhd VF38ERHZF81657352 - sold but being very well looked after.
1991 Yamaha TDM850 - pretending to be 425cc single :frown:
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Re: heater and other problems

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steve_earwig wrote:Check my location :arrow: :wink:

Umm, the locking ring, right? Oops, there's RPOs:
As yours is a D8.5
DIESEL FUEL from RPO 07968 (Thu 3 Sep 1998) UNTIL RPO 08973 (Mon 4 Jun 2001) 153120

So mine wouldn't fit anyway :|
I did see your location before, it is a nice location!
thanks for that.
How is forestry research going over there? :lol:
1999 2.0 hdi 110hp Estate in cherry red complete with A\C and also french intermittently working electrics.

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Re: heater and other problems

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They didn't get rid of all the trees yet, they're sawing them down as quickly as they can...
Unskilled meddling sin©e 2007

2004 D9 2.0 HDi 110 Estate lhd VF38ERHZF81657352 - sold but being very well looked after.
1991 Yamaha TDM850 - pretending to be 425cc single :frown:
2008 Toyota Recall4 2.0 VVTI ATM LHD JTMBH31V90D007261 - flimsy piece of crap.
1953 Matchless G3LS - It's alive!!

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Re: heater and other problems

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steve_earwig wrote:They didn't get rid of all the trees yet, they're sawing them down as quickly as they can...
Should not take too long, Croatia is a small country.

Ordered lock ring/ o'ring from stealers, will collect later and hopefully sort the leakage.
Must take picture of bodging done there, it would make Jesus cry, even if it is a bit of carpentry after all. :roll: :oops:
1999 2.0 hdi 110hp Estate in cherry red complete with A\C and also french intermittently working electrics.

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Re: heater and other problems

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The hazard I found, when diesel was leaking underneath and smell inside car:

Image

Yeah, wood and screws holding fuel pump in place, some of the time!
:shock: :shock: :shock:

All fixed now! :mrgreen:
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Re: heater and other problems

Post by steve_earwig »

Oh my dear good god :shock: :shock:

I reckon whoever did that found that the seal and locking ring are a bitch to put back with the tank in place, did bodge of the century there and flogged it quick :roll: How did you find fitting them?
Unskilled meddling sin©e 2007

2004 D9 2.0 HDi 110 Estate lhd VF38ERHZF81657352 - sold but being very well looked after.
1991 Yamaha TDM850 - pretending to be 425cc single :frown:
2008 Toyota Recall4 2.0 VVTI ATM LHD JTMBH31V90D007261 - flimsy piece of crap.
1953 Matchless G3LS - It's alive!!

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Re: heater and other problems

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steve_earwig wrote:
I reckon whoever did that found that the seal and locking ring are a bitch to put back with the tank in place, did bodge of the century there and flogged it quick
I think it was the owner before the last, because the latest one found insurance too expensive for himself and never drove it!
I cant complain much, I did buy it for about £500.

steve_earwig wrote:
How did you find fitting them?
Fitted fine when using tin snips! :oops:
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Re: heater and other problems

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Fitted fine when using tin snips!


Its gotta be better than someones : firewood (Fail!) Bodge Method,. :mrgreen:

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