Tab Content
Humpty's Revenge's Activity
About Me
My Vehicles
Media
  • elnevio's Avatar
    21-09-2020, 09:26 AM
    I think Kev may have managed to do this and is possibly in the process of writing up a detailed account with details of the necessary parts. Watch this space! /popcorn
    20 replies | 358 view(s)
  • elnevio's Avatar
    21-09-2020, 09:24 AM
    Facelift doors are the same, which should help sourcing them a little. adaxo is breaking a facelift, but don't know if the rear doors are still available (although they're definitely not white!). :)
    2 replies | 55 view(s)
  • elnevio's Avatar
    21-09-2020, 09:20 AM
    Weird! Don't need to be a paid member to post pics - or at least shouldn't need to be :huh:
    59 replies | 1783 view(s)
  • MPBVr4's Avatar
    17-09-2020, 11:38 AM
    Just seen this and have now subscribed Garry. At last something worth watching. Telly is cr@p at the moment. Have watched all of "Project Binky" Putting a Celica GT4 engine and running gear in a Mini!! Worth a watch 32 episodes !!
    298 replies | 7825 view(s)
  • elnevio's Avatar
    13-09-2020, 04:07 AM
    Holy moly! :o That's quite the whack it's taken there!
    2 replies | 151 view(s)
  • elnevio's Avatar
    12-09-2020, 10:19 AM
    Main code-reading thread can be found here, though you might not be able to see it. However, this is the first page: Here is a simple illustration of the OBD-II port located on the underside of the dash, near the driver's left knee: ---------------------------- \.01.02.03.04.05.06.07.08../ .\09.10.11.12.13.14.15.16./ ..------------------------
    10 replies | 122 view(s)
  • elnevio's Avatar
    12-09-2020, 10:09 AM
    The flashing N usually occurs when the box is in limp mode. There may be a stored fault code that could point to the issue, which you can obtain using the 'flashy dash' method. I'll paste something below that gives you instructions. But yes, the common issues are wrong ATF level, wrong ATF (e.g. Dexron III rather than ATF that meets or exceeds Mitsubishi SP-III ATF) or worn out fluid (often dark brown in colour). If it is a fluid issue, then Amsoil ATF is by far and away the best thing...
    10 replies | 122 view(s)
  • elnevio's Avatar
    11-09-2020, 11:08 PM
    Sorted! :thumbsup: Although I still haven't actually looked under my bonnet to look at the fittings!!
    5 replies | 215 view(s)
  • Atik's Avatar
    09-09-2020, 12:21 PM
    That works for me Adam. I'm in no urgent rush for the wheel so whenever you come by Birmingham, I am happy to meet.
    16 replies | 186 view(s)
  • elnevio's Avatar
    09-09-2020, 10:27 AM
    Hi Alex, does it have the fixings too? I think you can't use the original ones for some reason. I should really look at the carbon cover I already have, although I know that one came with the stainless fitting bolts.
    5 replies | 215 view(s)
  • Nick Mann's Avatar
    31-08-2020, 09:17 PM
    VR4s from factory are in km. Speedo reads km/h and odometer counts in km. In the UK we still count and measure in miles so a converter gets fittedwhich makes the speedo read mph and the odometer count in miles. This means most VR4s in the UK have an odometer which has counted a combination of km and miles.
    12 replies | 248 view(s)
  • Nick Mann's Avatar
    29-08-2020, 10:42 PM
    A sticking caliper will lead to a "warped" disc. Good advice on viamoto, the sticking caliper is usually rusty slide pins which can sometimes be resurrected. The rust and sticking is often caused by the wring grease being used on the slide pins. They need a small amount of high temp grease, whereas you often see them gunked up with coppa slip.
    4 replies | 84 view(s)
No More Results

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
9,492
Posts Per Day
1.99
General Information
Join Date
09-09-2007
Referrals
0