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Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 15th April 2021, 16:57
Replies: 2
Views: 288
Posted By Edward Huggins
What kind of 75 do i have??

My Rover 75 CDTi Classic was made on March 16th 2005 (my Birthday!) and then runway stored until sold in later December 2005. It is jam packed with extras (for a Classic) viz: Satnav, Full leather,...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 12th December 2020, 17:20
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
I'm still still struggljng with this. I've...

I'm still still struggljng with this. I've managed to pull up the driver's side rear footwell carpet and sponge out. But as there are no drain holes the for the very deep recess under the driver's...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 6th December 2020, 16:35
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thanks. Are you saying I cannot do this from the...

Thanks. Are you saying I cannot do this from the underside (i.e. from the outisde) of the floor plan leaving (for the time being) the carpet in-situ?
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 6th December 2020, 12:59
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thanks for this one! Not having needed to do this...

Thanks for this one! Not having needed to do this before, if I prise these out/push them up, do these Bungs fit back in OK or do I need to put them back with a sealant? Is this the only underside...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 6th December 2020, 12:52
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
Today, I removed the 3 poppers and took out the...

Today, I removed the 3 poppers and took out the panel (fiddly to remove) on the passenger side under the windscreen. I found a drain hole very near to the MID-POINT at the FRONT of the BASE of the...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 5th December 2020, 15:00
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thaks for all the detailed help in these many...

Thaks for all the detailed help in these many Post ands - now more help in Posts#26 and #27. I'm going to have a crack at this soonest. I shall eliminate any issues now about water slushing forward...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 4th December 2020, 12:57
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
The story so far. I've been at the Boot leak...

The story so far. I've been at the Boot leak again and think I may have found the answer (or part of it) as the bottom edge to the rear windshield rubber surround has hardened and perished. Whilst it...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 30th November 2020, 14:03
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
Brilliant, Yes in your top (Blue) pic that's...

Brilliant, Yes in your top (Blue) pic that's exactly where the drip is forming. Many thanks for your attention to the detail on this. I hope it will have helped others as well. Now to try to effect a...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 30th November 2020, 13:54
Replies: 7
Views: 634
Posted By Edward Huggins
My late March 2005 CDTi is descibed as a...

My late March 2005 CDTi is descibed as a "Classic" version, but just about everything you can think of has been thrown inside of it making it almost as well specified as your average Connie. I must...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 29th November 2020, 09:49
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
With your help I've now found the internal drip...

With your help I've now found the internal drip point, but yet to find the source for the drip! It's dripping from the underside of the U channel half way between the LH rear lamp cluster and the LH...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 27th November 2020, 12:56
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for all of your suggestions. I have...

Many thanks for all of your suggestions. I have now played a hose directly on to all of the areas you have suggested. There was no ingress. Finally, I lifted the boot lid and played the hose under...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 26th November 2020, 17:07
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
My car is a Saloon. Please advise what are the...

My car is a Saloon. Please advise what are the "Boot Vents".
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 26th November 2020, 14:19
Replies: 42
Views: 2,406
Posted By Edward Huggins
Rover 75 - the old boot leak problem

Being aware of this issue and having read the many and various Posts on here, I thought I would get ahead of the game and so have lined my boot with thick polythene sheeting all over the boot carpet...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 10th October 2020, 11:30
Replies: 4
Views: 483
Posted By Edward Huggins
It's to clean off the Overspray. I'll leave it on...

It's to clean off the Overspray. I'll leave it on the polycarbonate.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 9th October 2020, 13:09
Replies: 4
Views: 483
Posted By Edward Huggins
Silicone overspray removal

I've just been using a Turtle Headlamp Lens Cleaning Kit on my 2005 75.

It's very effective, but I did not realise until I checked with Turtle UK, that the final sealing coat contains Silicone....
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th September 2019, 16:13
Replies: 15
Views: 1,495
Posted By Edward Huggins
Well many thanks to all. I've taken the advice...

Well many thanks to all. I've taken the advice and bought the FAG rear wheel bearing kit. £62-00 shipped. Being fitted this week.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 27th August 2019, 14:31
Replies: 15
Views: 1,495
Posted By Edward Huggins
Price of Rover 75 Wheel Bearings

I'm surprised at the wide range of prices charged for front (and rear) wheel bearings which can range from £19.00 to £84.00! What do Members typically recommend as a reliable source and in which...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd November 2018, 13:48
Replies: 2
Views: 543
Posted By Edward Huggins
Electric Boot Release Not Working on 75 CDTi

The Boot release mechanism on my very late (March 2005) CDTi is not releasing the boot lid. I can clearly hear the mechanism latching when I press the Button in the driver's footwell or hold down the...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 5th June 2018, 19:09
Replies: 14
Views: 1,632
Posted By Edward Huggins
No. But it has just about everything else thrown...

No. But it has just about everything else thrown into it though!
Forum: Technical Help Forum 5th June 2018, 09:01
Replies: 14
Views: 1,632
Posted By Edward Huggins
Water Ingress into Driver's Footwell

There is much dampness of late in the driver's footwell of my very late model Rover CDTi. Can't see why. Could this be via the pedal surrounds? I've not been through any deep water.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 1st April 2017, 17:11
Replies: 19
Views: 677
Posted By Edward Huggins
I can well understand you feeling bad about it...

I can well understand you feeling bad about it though as the Guy could have sussed you as a Bad'un - and you're obviosly not. Evenso, a messy kind of otherwise clean sale! Fancy buying a car one is...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 26th March 2017, 12:15
Replies: 5
Views: 919
Posted By Edward Huggins
Rover 75 SNAPPED Front Coil Spring

I had just reversed my Rover 75 CDTi (late build 16/3/2005) out of my drive, then set off about 20 yards to be greeted by a tremendous bang. Got out looked around the underside but could see nothing,...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 5th March 2017, 15:46
Replies: 3
Views: 168
Posted By Edward Huggins
CDTi Replacement Exhaust

The exhaust on my Rover CDTi (built 16/03/2005) is due for replacement.
Is the MGZT version identical or, if different, and if fitted, would this improve performance at all? Just thought I'd check...
Forum: Items Wanted 6th October 2016, 16:30
Replies: 1
Views: 334
Posted By Edward Huggins
Rover 75 (2005 Facelift) Fog Lamp Oval Blanking Plate

Lost my Foglamp (black horizontal patterned) blanking plate.
These are used where no Fogs are fitted.
I need one for LHS (Passenger side) please.
Any one out there with one? Will pay in advance...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd October 2016, 20:22
Replies: 18
Views: 2,284
Posted By Edward Huggins
All rather strange and maybe a sign of mayhem/QC...

All rather strange and maybe a sign of mayhem/QC in those last few days....I can also add to my Post #12 - Electric windows all round, "B" Pillar airbags, map pockets in rear of front seats......ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 2nd October 2016, 16:48
Replies: 18
Views: 2,284
Posted By Edward Huggins
And I still keep finding things on my March 16th...

And I still keep finding things on my March 16th 2005 CDTi - including sports type leather gear knob, reversing sensors, "A" pillar airbags, much sound deadening in boot....and yet still called a...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 11th August 2016, 19:11
Replies: 6
Views: 389
Posted By Edward Huggins
Rover 75 2005 model cdti fuel cap

Simple (and maybe very silly question?!) are all Rover fuel caps interchangeable? I've mislaid mine, but seen one for a 1.8 on an auction site. ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 28th June 2016, 17:43
Replies: 2
Views: 467
Posted By Edward Huggins
Rover 75 cdti Aircon Pipe/Evaporator Replacement

These things can cost £110 new - or infinitely much cheaper as S/H.
Mine is corroded and leaks.
I've been quoted a high labour cost to change it as the front bumper has to be removed to fit it? ...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 20th June 2016, 17:08
Replies: 6
Views: 751
Posted By Edward Huggins
Steering Column Vibration on R75 cdti 2005

Most first post on this goes back to September 2015 wherein I had an exchange steering rack fitted to help cure excessive vibration coming up the steering column on a newly purchased, low mileage,...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 18th June 2016, 13:25
Replies: 9
Views: 825
Posted By Edward Huggins
What was the Most Luxurious ever R75?

I sometimes wonder what the most luxurious Rover 75 ever specified would have been like or if there is any record of one?
A Cowley 2.5 V6 Connie, Custom-Line Interior, full SatNav, Rear Blind,...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 16th June 2016, 16:49
Replies: 9
Views: 1,176
Posted By Edward Huggins
SVP = Special Value Product. This was a version...

SVP = Special Value Product. This was a version of the Rover 75 that was planned to be promoted via the Dealer Network in April/May 2005. They were still building stock for it when MG Rover closed...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 13th June 2016, 19:15
Replies: 9
Views: 1,176
Posted By Edward Huggins
The Curse of PROJECT DRIVE Lives On!

I keep on finding evidence of the dreaded PD in my Rover 75 SVP Version built 16/3/05. Whilst the SVP model had everything "thrown on it" in those last few days of production, there still are sneaky...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 10th March 2016, 09:01
Replies: 10
Views: 799
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many, many thanks - that makes good sense. I bet...

Many, many thanks - that makes good sense. I bet I'm not the first to be fooled by this! ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 9th March 2016, 16:43
Replies: 10
Views: 799
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for this very re-assuring reply! Does...

Many thanks for this very re-assuring reply! Does anyone know what causes this strange effect? Edward
Forum: Technical Help Forum 9th March 2016, 12:44
Replies: 10
Views: 799
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thankyou, but the point I am making is that the...

Thankyou, but the point I am making is that the dipstick is perfectly clean when first removed. No need to wipe it over as there's no oil on it! On the second insertion it shows "overfull". ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 9th March 2016, 12:07
Replies: 10
Views: 799
Posted By Edward Huggins
Weird DIP STICK readings on CDTi

I find that when I take a reading when cold, I can see no oil at at all on the dip stick - it's perfectly dry and suggests that the oil is at a very low level.

However, when I dip it (just once...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 5th February 2016, 06:56
Replies: 6
Views: 928
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for advice. Sorry, what is 1k or 2K...

Many thanks for advice. Sorry, what is 1k or 2K lacquer? Also what comments on those companies who come to your home for small paint jobs? Edward
Forum: Technical Help Forum 1st February 2016, 14:18
Replies: 6
Views: 928
Posted By Edward Huggins
Using Clear Varnish over Touch Up Paint

I am touching up some paint work damage on the front of my Rover 75 CDTi 2005. I am using the correct "Starlight Sliver" paint, but am finding when I then paint over with clear laquer to finish it,...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 30th December 2015, 22:41
Replies: 2
Views: 514
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for all this detail. I can now see...

Many thanks for all this detail. I can now see how the bulb holders make contact with the supply bus on the roof side of the lamp cluster chassis. ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 30th December 2015, 17:26
Replies: 2
Views: 514
Posted By Edward Huggins
Courtesy Lamp Fitting

I went to change the bulb in the front courtesy lamp cluster, but the holder came out with the bulb still in it. Not having ever needed to replace a bulb in this fitting before, I don't know whether...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 15th December 2015, 17:53
Replies: 27
Views: 2,566
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for this and good to get an update on...

Many thanks for this and good to get an update on X383! Edwardhttps://www.the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/images/icons/icon12.gif
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 12th December 2015, 12:47
Replies: 35
Views: 3,890
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for all the messages and ideas sent...

Many thanks for all the messages and ideas sent in this thread! Yes, I had overlooked the carpet. The carpet in mine is really a very nasty, thinnish, synthetic and nowhere near has the feel of, and...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 11th December 2015, 17:04
Replies: 35
Views: 3,890
Posted By Edward Huggins
Improving SOUNDPROOFING

I have a very, very late build Rover 75 CDTi. It has full wheel arch liners, underbonnet and bulkhead soundproofing - and full boot carpeting. In fact the carpet over the spare wheel is twice as...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 10th December 2015, 23:10
Replies: 27
Views: 2,566
Posted By Edward Huggins
Risk of removing Coating from Headlamps?

If headlamps were made of conventional glass, there would be no need for this question. Given the material a ZT/75 headlamp is made from, surely any protective coating added at manufacture will be...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th December 2015, 12:41
Replies: 39
Views: 2,579
Posted By Edward Huggins
Rover 75 Undertray - More.....

I bought a relative cheapo Polish tray for £38 off ebay for my CDTi as the car came without one. The 6 side holes lined up OK (3 each side) but not the 4 at the front in the air dam. For the front...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th December 2015, 11:53
Replies: 39
Views: 2,579
Posted By Edward Huggins
I bought a relative cheapo Polish tray for £38...

I bought a relative cheapo Polish tray for £38 off ebay for my CDTi as the car came without one. The 6 side holes lined up OK (3 each side) but not the 4 at the front in the air dam. For the front...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 7th December 2015, 19:13
Replies: 13
Views: 1,515
Posted By Edward Huggins
This was not meant to denigrate the then team at...

This was not meant to denigrate the then team at MGRover who must have needed to work in a very disquieting environment. It's a matter of record that QC at the end was not as it had started out at...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 6th December 2015, 22:57
Replies: 13
Views: 1,515
Posted By Edward Huggins
Which Diesel Engine in mine?

I have a very late build (16/3/2005) Rover 75 Diesel. There is nothing to indicate what type of engine I have fitted - whether 131PS or 116PS - other than a miniscule sticker on the offside B column...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 5th December 2015, 16:44
Replies: 7
Views: 829
Posted By Edward Huggins
No, it does not pop off, nor do I want it to! ED

No, it does not pop off, nor do I want it to! ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 5th December 2015, 13:52
Replies: 7
Views: 829
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for this. Without this feedback I...

Many thanks for this. Without this feedback I would have never realised that it is just a push fit on to the stick! Edward
Forum: Technical Help Forum 5th December 2015, 08:46
Replies: 7
Views: 829
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thumbs down Loose Gear Knob

My gear knob annoyingly rotates quite a bit on my 2005 75 CDTi Manual. I assume there is a lock nut of sorts under the Gaiter. How do I get to this please without causing any damage?...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 2nd December 2015, 18:42
Replies: 7
Views: 1,119
Posted By Edward Huggins
Smile Rover 75 Headlamps - Glass or Plastic??

I need to clean my headlamps on my 2005 Rover 75 CDTi. Maybe a silly question, but are these glass or plastic? If plastic I don't want to dull them....
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 14th November 2015, 11:35
Replies: 12
Views: 1,777
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for this confirmatory update. I'll...

Many thanks for this confirmatory update. I'll search out the James Taylor book! ED
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 11th November 2015, 17:20
Replies: 12
Views: 1,777
Posted By Edward Huggins
Question Rover 75 Special Valve Product (SVP)

Greetings: I have a very late Rover 75 CDTi CLASSIC built 16/3/2005 @60K. It seems to be loaded and even after 6 weeks of owning this, I keep on finding more "goodies" on it! It has full black...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 23rd October 2015, 12:29
Replies: 9
Views: 1,210
Posted By Edward Huggins
Yes, if it were a genuine one, but these Polish...

Yes, if it were a genuine one, but these Polish "Pattern" copies are just the moulding. Thanks. ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 23rd October 2015, 12:28
Replies: 9
Views: 1,210
Posted By Edward Huggins
That'a great help. Most kind of you! ED

That'a great help. Most kind of you! ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 22nd October 2015, 17:47
Replies: 9
Views: 1,210
Posted By Edward Huggins
Fitting an Undertray the right way round

Is there a right and wrong side of the undertray? Maybe if I had a genuine part I could tell, but my Polish plastic "copy" looks completely symmetrical either side except for a small sloping indent...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 17th October 2015, 14:17
Replies: 16
Views: 1,283
Posted By Edward Huggins
Undertray fittng problems

Many thanks for all the comments. It looks like I may bought a "repro" copy (Polish?) rather than an original, but would have thought the template would have been the same evenso.....
Also, can...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 16th October 2015, 14:55
Replies: 16
Views: 1,283
Posted By Edward Huggins
Angry ROVER 75 CDTi - FITTING THE UNDRETRAY

I now have had my "new" (built 16/3/2005) CDTi for 7 weeks (er, vibration coming up steering column still not sorted after several hundred of £s later!) and soon realised that no Engine Undertray was...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd October 2015, 08:59
Replies: 14
Views: 1,542
Posted By Edward Huggins
Yes, that's just like my PPJ trim code colours....

Yes, that's just like my PPJ trim code colours. Black (not dark grey) leather with Grey Piping in a Smokestone Grey environment e.g. surrounds and "velour" door panels. Incidentally, I notice in your...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 1st October 2015, 18:44
Replies: 2
Views: 563
Posted By Edward Huggins
Wink PPJ Trim Code

Whilst there appears to be no definitive explanation of the PPJ trim code via Rimmers or the illustrious Reebs, I can definately confirm that this displays itself as Black (not Dark Grey) leather...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 22nd September 2015, 13:03
Replies: 10
Views: 849
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thanks for this. A MG Rover specilast garage has...

Thanks for this. A MG Rover specilast garage has suggested I have a T4 intervention to alter the idle speed, but did not mention any possible problem with injectors? Maybe worth a try! Thanks for...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 21st September 2015, 17:44
Replies: 10
Views: 849
Posted By Edward Huggins
Vibrations coming up Steering Column on CDTi

In my continuing quest to solve this problem, a local Land Rover specialist has suggested something to add to all the many suggestions via ths Forum. They think the rubber on the Lower Crankshaft...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 15th September 2015, 12:11
Replies: 31
Views: 2,871
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thanks for this and the very revealing photo of...

Thanks for this and the very revealing photo of the mount shows it as looking terrible! I'll look into the suggestion for jacking up the engine to better examine its mountings. by the way, my car is...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 14th September 2015, 16:46
Replies: 31
Views: 2,871
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thanks. Yes, this is one of the areas I have...

Thanks. Yes, this is one of the areas I have investigated as it seemed a likely potential cause. My engineer has inspected the driver's side HYDRAMOUNT and can see no form of perishing or Glycol...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 14th September 2015, 16:38
Replies: 31
Views: 2,871
Posted By Edward Huggins
I agree, the tickover "fix" always sounded a bit...

I agree, the tickover "fix" always sounded a bit of a crude solution to me, but right now I am just exploring all options left to me. Thanks for this.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 14th September 2015, 12:44
Replies: 31
Views: 2,871
Posted By Edward Huggins
Yes and still crying after swapping the rack with...

Yes and still crying after swapping the rack with no improvement.....A MG Rover specialist garage has suggested that by going into the ECU with the T4 interface, they could increase/vary the 650rpm...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 11th September 2015, 06:52
Replies: 31
Views: 2,871
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for this and the link. It looks as if...

Many thanks for this and the link. It looks as if Rimmer Bros may soon have stock. I am assuming that whilst MGRover stopped fitting this in 2002, it will still fit the revised steering wheel on a...
Forum: Items Wanted 10th September 2015, 18:54
Replies: 0
Views: 362
Posted By Edward Huggins
Steering Column Vibration Damper QDT100011 or 40

This part has been recommended to me. It fits on the column and behind the air bag. There appears to be 2 part numbers - either QDT100011 or QDT100040. It was fitted as standard until 2002 - then...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 10th September 2015, 18:36
Replies: 31
Views: 2,871
Posted By Edward Huggins
Unhappy Vibrations coming up Steering Column on CDTi

Some days back I posted this problem most noticable on my (just purchased) 55 plate CDTi, built 16/3/2005 (Thanks Reebs!).

Members sent a number of suggestions which were all welcome and I have...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 9th September 2015, 18:30
Replies: 18
Views: 2,284
Posted By Edward Huggins
The ever resourceful REEBS has advised that my...

The ever resourceful REEBS has advised that my just bought, fully loaded CDTi "Classic" is the SVP version - SPECIAL VALUE PRODUCT. Mine was made just 3 weeks before the end and it's fully loaded. I...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 7th September 2015, 15:31
Replies: 18
Views: 2,284
Posted By Edward Huggins
Question Trim level on late-build cars

Whilst my (just bought) 55 registered Rover 75 CDTi is specified in the service manual/registration document as being in the "Classic" trim level - it has far more on it than that trim level would...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 4th September 2015, 12:06
Replies: 14
Views: 1,259
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thanks for this suggestion. Based on this, I've...

Thanks for this suggestion. Based on this, I've now had the mounting "Acorns" checked out both sides and all looks fine with no perishing/seepage. I've now ordered a replacement sterering rack. The...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd September 2015, 14:48
Replies: 14
Views: 1,259
Posted By Edward Huggins
Many thanks for this. I guess as mine is a 2005...

Many thanks for this. I guess as mine is a 2005 build, this steering vibration damper (part number QDT100040) will not be fitted. Would you, or others, by any chance know if this can readily be...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd September 2015, 11:11
Replies: 14
Views: 1,259
Posted By Edward Huggins
Thank you all for your various mesages and...

Thank you all for your various mesages and suggestions. I'll look into these. ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 2nd September 2015, 20:47
Replies: 14
Views: 1,259
Posted By Edward Huggins
Vibrations coming up Steering Column on CDTi

Help! I have just bought a 55 plate CDTi and find a very pronounced vibration coming up the steering column when the car is stationary and with the engine idling.

It varies in intensity at...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 2nd September 2015, 20:34
Replies: 4
Views: 617
Posted By Edward Huggins
Ah great - many thanks for the quick response and...

Ah great - many thanks for the quick response and the pics. Only just joined this Forum and a super result already. ED
Forum: Technical Help Forum 2nd September 2015, 13:28
Replies: 4
Views: 617
Posted By Edward Huggins
What's that fitting in the Boot for?

Inside the boot lid on My Rover 2005 CDTi, within the RHS carpeting is a plastic pull out and pull down cable about 30cm long. What's the for? Anyone? ED
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