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Same with our SS1 when we had it - caused by the heater control not moving the valve its full travel. The hole in the actuating arm is too high up, drilling a hole a bit further down allows full travel. You can figure out where to drill by checking the centre is ok then moving to full one way and se...
We noticed that some of the "usual suspects" were missing from the international - these photos were taken from our bedroom doorway - examples of what you all missed.
I very much doubt if you can check each battery cell as suggested - with current batteries you cannot get at them. Checking with a voltmeter is also not much use. You need to get an ammeter in the line - most meters have an ammeter function. Disconnect the +ve terminal and put the meter in between t...
- Sat Jun 18, 2011 3:02 pm
- Forum: SS1/SST/Sabre
- Topic: 1800Ti misfire at high revs?
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Drill the screw heads off then you can get the what's left with mole grips - small ones - and after you have soaked the screws in plus gas. What did you clean the leads with ? may have damaged them so you may need a new set.
Is there a site worth putting the message on over there Erik - feel free to do so and you can add my email address so they can contact me directly.
That explains it - should I move it to another place do you think. In theory only members will be coming to the international I guess so perhaps just leave it where it is.
I posted a mail this morning around 9.30 and it seems to come and go from the mail lists - is it just me/mine or has anyone else noticed this coming and going. The title is "June and the International"