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  • deepfat thanked the user Roverlike in the forum post, circuit diagrams
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  • deepfat replied to the topic circuit diagrams in MGF/TF Pitstop
    Thanks a lot for that simple explanation, the RAVE I'm using I bought from Xpart and doesn't have what I call a legend explaining colour codes etc, unless it's hidden somewhere. I will take your advice and look at RAVE on here, mine is an early Lucas not Plekton car so presume a 2002 diagram is needed or is there no difference.
    Before anyone asks I'm not a rich man I bought it cos I didn't know I could get it free here (grumble, grumble).
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    Is there anything that helps explain the RAVE wiring diagrams for example the main feed from the battery to the fuse box starts at C0192-1 (batt) and ends at C0632-1 (F box) what do these letter/numbers signify. The wire itself is N, 6.0 which I presume is N (colour?) and 6.0 (dia in mm?) if I'm right so far what does LGS,05D or NW,2.0D mean on a wire. The colour codes seem to be different from when I last looked (the 80's prob) is there a list of these somewhere and, are they universal or manufacture specific.
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  • deepfat replied to the topic Interior Colour in MGF/TF Pitstop
    To all of those who have an Ash Grey interior (like me) if you have any Black/Chrome screwheads showing Humbrol matt 32 model paint is a good match for the Ash Grey.
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    If you look on the vin plate it will have the trim code then google MGTF trim codes and you will find out what it had when new, of course some PO may have changed it!
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    Got it timed and belt off just the water pump to come off I've undone and removed the 5 bolts but it appears to be stuck where indicated in the photo, this hole on the new pump is threaded. Have I missed something I thought this hole was for a locating pin so why is it threaded? another model perhaps. Thought I should ask before getting heavy handed and forcing it.
    The bottom right mounting point on the new pump is also different and has what I believe is an evaporation chamber and I can understand what this is meant to do, what I can't understand is why does the mounting bolt have another 8mm bolt screwed in the end which in my case was literally finger tight it appears to do nothing.
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  • I looked on both RAVE and my TF handbook which both quote 185/55 for 15" on the front so that wont help you, I thought our testers were a bit jobs worth but yours seem even more so. Over here we have had a rule on tyres over 10 years old being a fail, whilst looking on MOT requirements it appears this only relates to front "steered" wheels on cars and on the rear of minibuses unless they have a twin wheel arrangement, go figure.
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