Re: RRC Cruise control bits
"Lee_D" <newsgroupNOSPAM@NOSPAMlrproject.com> wrote in message
> "Nige" <nigel.inceEATMYSHORTS@btinternet.com> wrote in message
>> Whilst topping up my washer fluid today i noticed some perished rubber
>> hoses nearby. Theres one coming from some kind of throttle actuator, the
>> cruise control i would think. Theres another bit with a tee bit in it,
>> but the bottom bit has fallen off. It's all in poor shape, has anyone got
>> any diagrams of how it all goes together?
> Nope but On my Disco some run alongt the top of the inner wing to the area
> begind the headlamp it that helps any.
I got that long one, it joins a tee bit & it then joins the servo effort.
The bottom one from the tee peice is missing though, thast what i need. I
can take a photo if req?
>> Also, how do you get to the rear washer motor? Is it a reservior out job?
>> Hope not it just took an astonishing 8 litres to fill it up!!!
LOL - how did I guess!!! Did you ever find out which way the exhaust gaskets
go? I'm doing mine this weekend in the snow 'cos i'm 'ard.
Had it a month now & it's done 2500 miles of very hard driving carrying tons
of tools, cable & equipment all over the north of England & it hasn't even
parped once. Not bad for a £1700 car. It is also very comfortable & so quick
i can't get over it. I worked out i get an average of 19mpg at a 50/50 mix
of driving. I think that's pretty good, mind youi don't hammer it to be
Gonna get it in for the tailgate crossmember doing next week, been quoted
around £200 to do it & then she's ready for anything winter can chuck at
> Lee D