Trying to finish an already started project is nice but actually getting behind the wheel of a really tidy example is nicer. I have been a passenger in a Nissan Sunny before but not in the Pulsar GTI-R itself. It is safe to say this was a unique experience…
Given we are pretty much starting with an empty shell, it makes sense to start with making sure the electics are sound on this little Pulsar GTI-R. I don’t want to put all the interior back in only to realise the rear lights do no work!
This is quick and easy, no tools are needed to reset your service indicator. All service types can be reset – service a b and so on.
It is safe to say there was a cracking amount of rust inside the wheel arches. So much so that I could put my hand through the floor. A number of quarry days and laning previously had ended up with pretty wet floor inside with a literal flood once. So with an impending trip to Wales something needed to be done.
So it is safe to say that wheel spinning without engaging diff lock is a bad idea. After some quarry days it would seem that my transfer case is stuck permanently locked. I learnt after the case that it is a weak spot on a Discovery 1, or I guess any Land Rover / Range Rover with the same running gear. It certainly became clear after some loud banging whilst turning tight corners on tarmac. Anyways this video shows you how to swap out your box with a replacement.
Always seems to be a lot of uming and uring when it comes to cleaning an engine bay out. Let this pressure washing video take away your concerns away.
Seems I am not the only one to have this issue with the Mercedes 190e blower motor. My motor seems like it burnt out partly because the vent shut off was permanently down.