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101. Re: Question about alternator, OD and manifold (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 06:11:54 EST
You could put the alternator theory to the test by trying the O/D with and without the headlights on full beam. If it is no worse with the lights on, then it's not the alt. Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-11/msg00138.html (7,223 bytes)

102. Rootes Related - Humber SuperSnipe (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 04:50:21 EST
Any fans of Rythm and Blues will note a stunning artists impression of a Humber SuperSnipe on the latest CD cover of Jools Holland "Small World Big Band Vol 2, More Friends". Jools is evidently not o
/html/alpines/2002-11/msg00152.html (6,532 bytes)

103. Re: Gas Peddle (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 13:01:42 EST
I'm not sure about the SI, but on the later series, the brake and clutch pedals are adjustable, with 2 positions each. Regards, Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-11/msg00198.html (6,449 bytes)

104. Re: Generator Polarity (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2002 06:02:50 EDT
It is pretty straight forward with a generator. You simply turn on the ignition, and 'flash' the field connector (small wire) to the live on the battery, or at the solenoid connection. You do need to
/html/alpines/2002-10/msg00001.html (6,482 bytes)

105. Re: Alpine IV (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 03:55:43 EDT
Unless you have a seriously wrong diff ratio installed, then it is most probably the tachometer. They go off pretty frequently, and genrally read higher, rather than lower. I remember seeing a refer
/html/alpines/2002-10/msg00058.html (6,704 bytes)

106. Re: sterling 825sl (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2002 06:20:41 EDT
It is a Honda engine, so should take the same parts as the Legend of the same Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-10/msg00078.html (6,520 bytes)

107. James Bond (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 06:58:58 EDT
Apparently there was a full feature supplement in last weekend's UK Sunday Times, on the subject of Bond's Women and Cars. I haven't seen it yet but should get my hands on it in the next couple of da
/html/alpines/2002-10/msg00102.html (6,341 bytes)

108. Re: 66 Sunbeam Station Wagon (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 06:48:49 EST
I'm pretty sure that Rootes did make some shooting brakes, but I thought these were later than the '60's. For example, I beleive there was a Hillman Hunter shooting brake, but in the early '70's. I'
/html/alpines/2002-10/msg00152.html (7,037 bytes)

109. Re: [Re: sighting] (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 13:53:31 EDT
Don't forget the military. General Montgomery's favoured transport was a Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00003.html (6,272 bytes)

110. Re: [Re: sighting] (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 13:56:36 EDT
Now a photo of an Alpine with Uluru as a backdrop would be something. I don't suppose you're driving Vic? Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00004.html (6,328 bytes)

111. Re: horn relay (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 13:58:19 EDT
I'm pretty sure there is no relay. If it is U/S, then it is either horn ring, or the harns themselves, either disconnected or out of adjustment. Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00005.html (6,681 bytes)

112. Re: transmission shifting (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 14:06:30 EDT
If you're in luck, some WD40 down the gearshift boot may fix it. I've suffered this a couple of times, when the sprung shifter collar gets dry and sticks to its housing. Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00006.html (6,406 bytes)

113. Re: [transmission shifting] (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 06:24:10 EDT
That would be best. The WD40 route would confirm if this is the problem, but it'll come back after a while, as it dries up once more, unless you get some graphite or copper grease in there. Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00015.html (6,566 bytes)

114. Re: Engine Swaps in Countries Other than the USA (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 10:13:36 EDT
There is no legal requirement in the UK. You can put any engine in any car. As long as it is rated as being roadworthy by the MOT tester, then it is street legal. The only legal requirement is to in
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00031.html (9,622 bytes)

115. Re: Engine Swaps in Countries Other than the USA (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2002 05:25:58 EDT
I'm just going by what my local MOT tester tells me, which is that he does the test, and reports the CO level, but cannot fail for that reason. Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00039.html (9,209 bytes)

116. Re: Engine Swaps in Countries Other than the USA (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2002 05:34:20 EDT
Having lived in Belgium for many years, the situation there is similar to To import, or re-register a car, you need a 'Certificat de Conformite' which must be issued by the original manufacturer or i
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00040.html (9,602 bytes)

117. Re: Starting hot engine (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 06:57:10 EDT
It sounds like your fuel system is suffering from incontinence, and dribbling fuel into the manifold/induction chambers. Check float levels and generally overhaul the carbs. Good luck, Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00044.html (6,739 bytes)

118. Re: 145/13 tires on Series 5? (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 07:02:11 EDT
5.90/6.0 inch would equate to 150-152mm. I would not advise using less than 155 on the Alpine. I run with 155 front and 165 rear, which feels like the best combination. Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00045.html (6,540 bytes)

119. Re: Anyone running a Weber 32/36 DGV on SeriesIV ? (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 08:58:45 EDT
I would also be interested in the correct jet sizes for the 1725 engine, if anyone has them. Julian - SIII with 1725 +Webber.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00047.html (6,684 bytes)

120. Re: Starting hot engine (score: 1)
Author: JACranwell@aol.com
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 09:47:44 EDT
What solenoid? Julian.
/html/alpines/2002-09/msg00049.html (6,608 bytes)


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