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Here is a list of resources if you are trying to find an obscure part, not just for Bongos. Some of these sites need to be used with the Google Translate tool, most will require a chassis number. Some will give you the compatible part if you have the original part number. http://mazda.epcdata.ru/ ht...
Dan, much though I enjoy browsing online parts catalogs in a variety of exotic languages I feel the time has come for you to undertake your own research. Using a combination of the following websites and the Google translation tool you can find part numbers, compatible parts, prices, availability an...
- Fri Oct 23, 2020 8:10 am
- Forum: Fancy Meeting up & Bongo Trips
- Topic: Southern Softies, Wallingford, 23 to 26 April
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- Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:14 am
- Forum: Yorkshire & North East
- Topic: Mazdabongocampervans.co.uk - any experience
- Replies: 7
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If I were based in North Yorks I certainly would not be travelling all the way to Suffok to buy a converted Bongo when there are others available nearby. Bongospares near Halifax for instance. And don't rule out private sales on Facebook Marketplace and Autotrader. Also worth looking up Stuart Coate...
These guys will sort it: https://igmaynard.co.uk/blog/2016/08/05 ... ors-poole/
You have all the signs of a cracked cylinder head. As Geoff says, it's not the head gasket, it's the whole cylinder head. The vehicle should not be driven at all and should be recovered to your nearest Bongo friendly garage. Driving it can damage the engine block. The cylinder head will need replaci...
- Tue Oct 06, 2020 6:44 pm
- Forum: Pimp My Bongo
- Topic: Centre console switch panel
- Replies: 12
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- Mon Oct 05, 2020 5:50 pm
- Forum: Bargains!
- Topic: Driver & Passenger Footwell Mats
- Replies: 0
- Views: 76