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Post by paulo » Tue Nov 13, 2007 4:30 pm

Just fitted a new sump plug, I found that a Ford part no.SP452 from the little shop down the road though a bit longer did the job perfectly well.

Well it did untill after filling her up with oil I found the plug washer in my pocket grrrrr!!, still debating whether to empty it all out or wait and see if it leaks.

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Post by Captainsideways » Mon Nov 26, 2007 6:06 pm

Front Anti Roll Bar Drop Links Vauxhaull Vectra ones

Motaquip VDL 710 perfect fit ;)
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Post by dandywarhol » Mon Nov 26, 2007 7:55 pm

Are they the exact same stud diameter capt'n?
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Post by paulo » Tue Nov 27, 2007 9:26 pm

Re previous post about sump plug,

You definitely need a washer, at least its clean oil all over my drive :cry:
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Post by missfixit70 » Thu Dec 06, 2007 8:42 pm

Bulbs for dash switch illumination & climate control http://www.maplin.co.uk.
Coloured subminiature bulbs 3.2 mm dia - PG79L (green)
clear wire terminal type bulbs 3.17mm dia- BT43W. both of these are the same size as the window blind switches & will fit the climate control, but the clear bulbs are too small for the green "condom" from the climate control bulbs to stay on.
Clearwire bulb 5mm dia - WQ13P should be big enough to hold the green "condom", but I haven't tried them. <edit> I have tried them now, slightly too big to fit through the hole ( tore the condom :( ), could probably be opened out slightly?- I couldn't be bothered <edit>
The thin flexible wire legs are necessary to be able to refit them into the holders
12v coloured leds with integral resistors also available from them 3mm & 5mm, need a little bit of modification & soldering to fit as the legs are too thick & inflexible to fit directly back into the holders.
See this thread replacing bulbs & fitting led's
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Post by bigdaddycain » Tue Dec 11, 2007 1:49 am

Windscreen seal/bead, same as vw transporter. will amend post if i ascertain age/model numbers.
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Post by missfixit70 » Sat Dec 29, 2007 10:42 pm

maxda 626 illuminated rear fog light switch & therefore I would assume front fog switch & blanks?
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Post by kawasaki kid » Sun Dec 30, 2007 3:35 am

Yup, front foglamp switch plugs straight in I know as i`ve got one fitted in my van - the rear foglamp switch fits with a little mod to the wiring and about 6 to 9 inches of the wiring coming out of the back of the switch - It`s just a case of knowing which wire does what but you will need an additional LED to show you when the rear lamp is lit to pass the MOT. :)
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Post by londonron » Wed Jan 02, 2008 2:49 pm

if you look up PELA PUMP ON EBAY THEY ARE 30 QUID AND ARE FOR BOATS WHERE YOU CANT GET UNDER THE ENGINE TO THE SUMP DRAIN.
YOU STICK A TUBE DOWN THE DIP STICK AND SUCK UP THE OIL.
FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO CHANGE THE OIL WITHOUT GETTING UNDER THE CAR MAY BE WORTH WHILE
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Post by David Edwards » Tue Jan 08, 2008 2:59 pm

Another couple of matches;
Oil Filter.,,.osaka make md 069782 also fits pajero.
Fuel Filter. Ctl make. CSZ13009. also fits vitara 2.0td.
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Post by Gungadon » Wed Jan 16, 2008 5:41 pm

Starter motor assembly (including solenoid and contacts) for the Mazda V6 2.5 litre is a Mitsibushi M.000T81081.
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Post by dickandjill » Sat Jan 19, 2008 11:08 am

mikeonb4c wrote:Anyone know part number for Bongo 2.5 oil filter - want to see if I can get one at local motor factors.

Part number on P1 of this thread is for Bongo 2.0 and mines a 2.5 diesel.

Thanks chums :lol:
Oil filter part nos as follows
Blueprint ADC42110
Comline CMB11321
Motaquip VFL 304
AMC MO400
Nipparts J1315005
SK803 (SCT- Germany)
Mann WP928/81
Fram PH6355
oil filters from the following will fit:- Mitsubishi L200 Mitsubishi Shogun 83- 89 2.9TD
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Post by David Edwards » Sun Jan 20, 2008 9:29 pm

I suppose it could go on here as well, H4 50% super bright street legal 12v 60/55w headlight bulbs at £2.80 a pair in "What" stores.
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Post by WISHIHADABONGO » Sun Feb 17, 2008 7:43 pm

Dome window nuts

Mazda 121, 323, all with pop out windows...

(£4 odd from Bongo Bits) £1 each... :roll:
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Post by forbesy » Mon Mar 17, 2008 7:43 pm

Due to spending many hours trying to find a fault that caused all my external lights to work apart from the headlights, i thought i'd let you all know a cheap way of replacing the two relays on the inner wing (passenger side) that illuminate all the external lights. These can be replaced using mazda 626 items which are a straight swap for the bongo items :D due to the position of these relays, the rubber jackets that are supposed to protect them actually fill with water & cause the relays to malfunction!! :twisted: