I finally had the time, and money, to take Snicket down for its re-registration inspection.
This darn car. There is always something that makes me shake my fist in frustration.
Worn bushes are no fun, and these bushes get a hard time in normal use. My Tie Rod bushes were stuffed and needed replacing.
That’s right, I have finally hit maximum working-ness!
Right, so clearly that was a lot of work done in short space of time. This post will bring me up to date now.
This isn’t a job I was looking forward to, but one that needed to be done. I had to replace the split outer CV boot.
One tool I forgot to mention in my last post about tuning, was the Gunson Colortune.
Now that everything seemed to be running OK, we had oil only where oil should be, and coolant was mostly where it should be, it was time to do some old school tuning.
Having repaired the Drivers seat, I needed to carry out some more work to get it back into the car again.
When I got the car, it had this weird heater valve on it that didn’t work, oh and it leaked. That was no good.