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  • Steve replied to the topic Jacking MGF in MGF/TF Pitstop

    My First MGF wrote: This is my first, probably of many to come, post on here. (Apologies for the split infinitive)
    A fellow MGF owner has suggested that there is a rubber bung underneath the driver's seat on my 1999 car that can be pushed out and a block and tackle utilised to raise the car up to 90 degrees.
    Is this correct and is it likely to do any damage?
    Many thanks for any help and advice.

    Any "holes" that have bungs in the floor pan, usually steel and sealed in with sealant were a production aid to allow the body to sink when dipped through the metal treatment process in the paintshop, they were then sealed for life, as the floor pan is an integral part of the strength of the body removing the bungs will weaken the structure, as for raising the body with a block and tackle in the manner you suggest would damage the floor pan !
    So in short no don't.

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  • Salarrea created a new forum post in How Tos
    I saw all post about this subjet on this forum, but i dont found the HOW TO for fix this problem

    I have a 2004 TF160, and i installed a LE500 Cluster, Speedo, Speedometer, Clock, Dash, or instrument (wherever you named) and the problem is that the Airbag or SRS light Stays ON, i saw that the problem is the signal from SRS module, and the solve is a resistor.

    BUT I DONT FOUND HOW TO MAKE THIS RESISTOR ADAPTATION...

    CAN ANYBODY HELP ME????
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  • Salarrea replied to the topic MGTF Instruments in MGF/TF Pitstop

    talkingcars wrote: There is a thread on the forum if you search LE500 instruments.


    I saw all post about this subjet, but i dont found the HOW TO for fix this problem

    I have a 2004 TF160, and i installed a LE500 Cluster, Speedo, Speedometer, Clock, Dash, or instrument (where ever you named) and the problem is that the Airbag or SRS light Stays ON, i saw that the problem is the signal from SRS module, and the solve is a resistor.

    BUT I DONT FOUND HOW TO MAKE THIS RESISTOR ADAPTATION...

    CAN ANYBODY HELP ME????
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  • My First MGF created a new forum post in MGF/TF Pitstop
    This is my first, probably of many to come, post on here. (Apologies for the split infinitive)
    A fellow MGF owner has suggested that there is a rubber bung underneath the driver's seat on my 1999 car that can be pushed out and a block and tackle utilised to raise the car up to 90 degrees.
    Is this correct and is it likely to do any damage?
    Many thanks for any help and advice.
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  • Hi, just came across this website and I am so pleased. So much help and advice from everybody about all aspects of the MGF (1999) that I now have the pleasure of owning. I am looking forward to reading how to do the various jobs that I need to do on my car. High on that list is dealing with a leak in the coolant pipes right underneath the plate with 21/22 bolts, that's if I can jack it up enough to get at them. A fellow MGF owner suggested that there is a rubber bung underneath the drivers seat that can be pushed out and a block and tackle used to hoist the car up to nearly 90 degrees, are they right and will it do any damage?
    Any thoughts and ideas would be great news.
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