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  • I have put some there and also in the hollow part/hole in the seal at the top.
    I tried different lengths and thickness of pipe till I stopped the leak.
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  • Thanks for the review Sundance.
    I'm pretty sure these are what I will get next for my car. There's still some life in my proxes 4's, but they are eight years old now so I should probably swap them.
    I know it's a bit sad but could you post a couple of pictures of them on the car. I'm not sure if the non symmetrical pattern might fry my brain :lol:
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  • Bob thanked the user SundanceUK in the forum post, Toyo TR1 tyres - my opinion.
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  • Thanks all

    just had exactly the same problem with my VVC. Glad I realised it was probably the plug before I stripped out the speedo cluster. Turns out the plug wiring had just been "helpfully" strapped aside with a cable tie during a clutch replacement. I bought a spare loom a while back to upgrade to electric mirrors so was easy for me to grab a spare plug and graft it on.

    However, if anyone ever needs a new plug, I believe they are called Junior Power Timer onnectors, can be bought as a kit with a boot and contacts on eBay for £2-3 each.

    e.g: www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-AMP-TYCO-2-Wa...5:g:ZiUAAOSwvlJZ5M7j

    Happy wiring,

    Tim
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  • Thanks for the review - I need some tyres as I am currently on the Pirelli P6000 my car came with, one of few tyres actually recommended not use on the F, they only went back on as my old tyres were knackered from lack of use for 2 years while I did the subframes.
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  • SundanceUK created a new forum post in MGF/TF Pitstop
    Just a brief comment on the new Toyo TR1 tyres I have recently fitted on my TF (16 inch wheels).

    Previously I found a bit of wander on the Falken 914's that I had fitted before I replaced them with the new tread pattern TR1 Toyos. That has completely disappeared with the new Toyo treads. The Falkens were good in the wet and dry but the slight wandering did get me thinking that I may have had an issue with the car....

    I replaced the rears first and last week I had the fronts changed over so I had a full set.

    When I had the tyres fitted, I inspected the sidewall on them and found it to be extremely substantial, much improved on the T1-R tyres that the new TR1's replaced.

    I have just completed the FRL 2020 run, travelling down from Staffordshire, driving around the M25 and returning back up the M1 and M6 all during the extreme conditions of storm Denis.

    The new Toyo tyres performed absolutely fantastic with superb road holding and stability, even with the excessive surface water experienced over the last couple of days. I have total confidence in the wet and dry performance of these tyres, much better than the Falkens and a mile better than the old pattern T1-R Toyo tyres.

    I can fully recommend these tyres on the 16 inch wheels. In 16 years of TF driving, these are the best tyres I have driven on.



    Sundance
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  • Thanks Bob for your help. I think the ingress has reduced after adjusting the glass but noticed water along the inside of the bottom door seal. Where did you put the tubing. Just behind the cheater?
    Brian
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  • Hi and welcome to the forum.

    F or TF? They look similar but they are very different under the skin.

    1.6, 1,8 or VVC?

    James
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