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    I have a pulley squeel ( very intermittent ) and the only one it could be is this one as it still squeels with A/C belt and PS pump belt removed.



    Do I need to buy it as a whole or can I have a bearing pressed in?

    Thanks

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    removed that pulley assembly and when I spun it, it felt really solid and smooth so I thought "it can't be this"

    I cleaned everything and re-assembled with a bit of penetrating oil on the pulley bearing and by the alternator.

    Everything is quiet as a kitten purring now

    So let's see how it goes.

    Anybody know where the rear door switch is ( that triggers the door-open light )

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    Took a pic of the finished product


    and put my stamp on

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    Like the Heat Shield...
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    For the record

    To set the timing you must connect the brown terminal to earth and set the advance to 5 BTDC

    The black connector can be connected to 12v to let the fuel pump run


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    Is that heat shield or a sound damper? cost? any good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Webber View Post
    Is that heat shield or a sound damper? cost? any good?
    On the firewall or bonnett?

    Either way I got the car as it is there, so I can't really say.

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    Timing spec on my samcor unit on a plate under the bonnet says 7 deg?

    Beautiful piece of work Marius I hope it gives you many trouble free years
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    Quote Originally Posted by hbannink View Post
    Timing spec on my samcor unit on a plate under the bonnet says 7 deg?
    My bonnet and FSM says 5 deg.

    Could be different compression ratios or maybe LRP vs Unleaded?
    Or coastal vs inland?

    Would be really interesting to know why yours got branded 7 deg.

    Maybe the 3.5 & 3.8 are 7 deg and they put the wrong sticker on

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    Default Nice one

    Nice one let us know how it goes once it has been "commisioned"

    Regards,

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    It is already in daily use. Goes like a drunk......willingly and thirsty!

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    Yours is for the coast where mine is up country ... altitude adjustment maybe mine has an imported sticker and yours local
    I will querie it with the guru at mitsu and get his explanation
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    This is really fantastic, you really have inspired me to do alot more work on mine!

    Thank you for all the absolutely fantastic info you have been supplying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubnubs View Post
    This is really fantastic, you really have inspired me to do alot more work on mine!

    Thank you for all the absolutely fantastic info you have been supplying!
    Thanks!

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    Busy doing left inner CV boot



    Any bright ideas to get this circlip off? I can't get my circlip pliers into that small gap.





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    Dude you are insane... i dream of buying an old sports car (Jaguar or Alfa) and doing it up! How did you learn how to do all of this, was it all from your Dad#

    I often think i should just buy a manual and go for it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiazerG View Post
    Dude you are insane... i dream of buying an old sports car (Jaguar or Alfa) and doing it up! How did you learn how to do all of this, was it all from your Dad#

    I often think i should just buy a manual and go for it....
    The foundations were laid by my father. Other than that I have spent a lot of time in the last 3-4 years going through forums and learning.

    The rest is about getting your hands dirty.

    Sometimes the manual describes stuff in detail that is actually very simple if you ignore the manual and just dive in and do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4ePikanini View Post

    Any bright ideas to get this circlip off? I can't get my circlip pliers into that small gap.
    You can try 2 screwdrivers and a bit of care

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubnubs View Post
    You can try 2 screwdrivers and a bit of care
    No chance. The gap is only about 1.5mm. I can barely get just one in there.

    I can get the one side up and over but then struggle to run the rest over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4ePikanini View Post
    No chance. The gap is only about 1.5mm. I can barely get just one in there.

    I can get the one side up and over but then struggle to run the rest over.
    and if once you get one side up run a screwdriver around he edge, that should pop it off. you may not have enough hands though ;p

    Showed the old man the photo's and he said that the shaft is similar to that on a passat, he basically said that you need to really pul on that shaft to get it out, he said that you normally tie a rope onto the shaft with a weight or stop on the other end and you yank it out. on the otherside of that star is a ring clip which compresses inwards. the star should stay there when the shaft comes out.
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