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Admin
28-07-2012, 23:10
Today I got some jobs done on the van;

Change NS Front Brake pads
Change NS Front Brake disc
Change NS Front Wheel Bearings
Change NS Front Track rod end
Change NS Front Ball Joint

Change OS Front Brake pads
Change OS Front Brake disc
Change OS Front Wheel Bearings
Change OS Front Track rod end

Change Engine Oil
Change Oil Filter
Change Air Filter
Change Fuel Filter
Change Fan Belt
Change Power Steering Belt

Remove front grill / radiator to allow access

Remove Old Diesel Injection Pump
Fit new sensors to replacement pump
Refit Diesel injection pump
Change cam belt and tensioner.

Put back together again!

Steam clean engine.

Not bad for one day :)

Wind Dancer
29-07-2012, 03:53
Impressive!

mariesnowgoose
29-07-2012, 05:33
Yes, very impressive. I'm exhausted just reading through your list. Well done that man!

And you're up at the crack of dawn the next day. Boy, you must have some energy <jealous>

:)

herbenny
29-07-2012, 05:41
All of that :scared: .....impressive !!

helmit
29-07-2012, 06:23
Well done Phill thats a good days work. What was the reason for changing injector pump. More power or was it leaking? Regards Jim

mark61
29-07-2012, 06:47
All day?, to do those few jobs. What held you up? :lol-049::lol-049::wacko:

ellisboy
29-07-2012, 08:53
:hammer: :fun:

Admin
29-07-2012, 09:26
Well done Phill thats a good days work. What was the reason for changing injector pump. More power or was it leaking? Regards Jim

It has a Lucas EPIC pump that can set its own timing. Something was wrong with it that meant that it kept adjusting it. It sounded like it was hunting but the revs did not change. In the winter when it was cold it was terrible.

The replacement pump came of a low milage Police special incident vehicle. As I had already purchased new sensors for the original pump, I fitted them to the replacement.

Just got to get the tracking checked today.

mariesnowgoose
29-07-2012, 09:30
How do you manage to fit so much into 24 hours???? !!!!

And take care of this website!

You must be on steroids!

:lol-053:

Smaug
29-07-2012, 12:22
If you're working on your MOTORHOME isn't this in the wrong forum? :lol-053:

lotty
29-07-2012, 12:32
Today I got some jobs done on the van;

Change NS Front Brake pads
Change NS Front Brake disc
Change NS Front Wheel Bearings
Change NS Front Track rod end
Change NS Front Ball Joint

Change OS Front Brake pads
Change OS Front Brake disc
Change OS Front Wheel Bearings
Change OS Front Track rod end

Change Engine Oil
Change Oil Filter
Change Air Filter
Change Fuel Filter
Change Fan Belt
Change Power Steering Belt

Remove front grill / radiator to allow access

Remove Old Diesel Injection Pump
Fit new sensors to replacement pump
Refit Diesel injection pump
Change cam belt and tensioner.

Put back together again!

Steam clean engine.

Not bad for one day :)


Is that all! pfft :rolleyes2:

Admin
29-07-2012, 20:30
If you're working on your MOTORHOME isn't this in the wrong forum? :lol-053:

I was working on the van parts, not the motorhome parts.
If I had fitted a new shower, toilet, fridge, cooker and bed then I would have used the motorhome forum...

Funky Farmer
29-07-2012, 21:42
I was working on the van parts, not the motorhome parts.
If I had fitted a new shower, toilet, fridge, cooker and bed then I would have used the motorhome forum...

You tell him Phil!! Use that big red writing That will show him :lol-053:


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