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  • sandrotag created a new forum post in MGF/TF Pitstop
    The oil temperature gauge did not work since we bought the car, 1998 MGF. Tested the connection at the instrument and found no 12v power going to it. Replaced blown #17 fuse under the dash and it is working now along with a new/old replacement clock! Was a bit hard to pull out the instruments without removing the whole center dash, but I was able to do it removing the air vent and undoing the 4 screws. The temperature needle move very slowly, getting to about 90. Reading the forum, seems normal. To the next project now……
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  • I had the evaporator replaced, along with dryer and tri-switch. A bit expensive, but I am sure it is not an easy job. All good now.
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  • I had the left rear knuckle joint and upper arm replaced as the nylon bushing in the joint was damaged and not sitting right. All good now.
    Just got an interesting book by Roger Parker “Everyday modifications for your MGF and TF” and on page 83 he talks about this specific issue. The book is accessible online.
    Now the Aircon Evaporator needs replacing and I’ll be right ………
    thank you
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  • Hello, thank you for your reply. I had done the greasing of the nipples, but made no difference. I will look at the bushes now. Thanks again
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  • sandrotag created a new forum post in MGF/TF Pitstop
    Hello, we just purchased a 1998 MGF. The car has had the spring conversion (Australian setup) a couple of years ago and has an annoying squeal rusty spring kind from the rear passenger side when going over bumps and jumping up and down on the car. A local expert suggested a faulty GAZ shock, but did not see the car, just looked at the video of it. I am going to remove the shock to see if it makes a difference. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you.
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  • sandrotag thanked the user David Aiketgate in the forum post, 1998 MGF downunder
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