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 on: 01 December, 2017, 18:12:36 PM 
Started by dfox - Last post by benshepherd
That sounds like a right hassle!  Hope you get it sorted ok. 

Had your head gasket gone?  Mine went last year.

 on: 01 December, 2017, 15:55:59 PM 
Started by Dino190 - Last post by Supersnail
Its not beer its cerveza! Smiley

 on: 30 November, 2017, 21:31:10 PM 
Started by dfox - Last post by dfox
Sorry for the late reply but thanks very much for your help.
Although i have dropped a small bo**ock
got the engine back together and started it up and it ran like a bag of sh*te
I think what has happened is the movable front of the timed (inlet) cam had moved so when i put everything back together the timing marks on the cam shafts was just below the rim of the cylinder head effectively making the exhaust cam one tooth out. I had turned the engine round a good few times so nothing will have been damaged just a ball ache stripping it back down again.

 on: 30 November, 2017, 11:53:16 AM 
Started by Dino190 - Last post by Dino190
Well, truck was in for airbag recall, so picked the brains of the master techs, who pointed out a decrepit parrot device and indicated it would be responsible for the Spanish, will rip that out see what happens, and control unit for reversing sensors will apparently be rear nearside wheel arch area.

 on: 30 November, 2017, 08:27:33 AM 
Started by gazmoore - Last post by 123hotchef
glad u got them out in the end mate,  what problems were u having

 on: 30 November, 2017, 05:52:22 AM 
Started by gazmoore - Last post by gazmoore
Got a proper   injector socket but it still woud'nt fit into the recess. Had to turn it down quite  a  bit.  The socket needs to be just under 30mm OD to fit, mine ended  up  at 29.6 which was fine. Injectors did look coked up, hope fully that was the cause of the problems

 on: 29 November, 2017, 11:21:23 AM 
Started by gazmoore - Last post by mounty
I bought one from Halfords and it was spot on, extended socket.

 on: 29 November, 2017, 08:55:48 AM 
Started by mounty - Last post by mounty
Heyup fellas,

I`ve had my pickup since new it`s a 2003 for life model black and silver checker plate lined with a genuine mitsi top on. its got four good tyres 1 brand new Hanckook Dynapro ATm RF10`s all terrains. its has an MOT that has been done recently. it has a Mitsubishi CD changer fitted. its condition, before this, was good.

In June my son borrowed it and last night he`s had a catastrophic failure. Apparently the turbo`s blown and engines overrun. My son lives in Portsmouth.

Basically whats it worth and is anybody interested,


 on: 28 November, 2017, 20:52:20 PM 
Started by gazmoore - Last post by 123hotchef
grind or turn it down, find another thinner socket, use a box wrench, or get some injector sockets

 on: 28 November, 2017, 20:40:26 PM 
Started by gazmoore - Last post by gazmoore
Hi all, think my problems may be due to bad injectors, so I need to remove them . Do I need a special socket to undo them? I tried a 22mm deep socket but it seemed to have too big an OD to fit into the recession that the injectors sit in. Any tips?


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