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Just now, Corbie said:

what sort of state are the tail lights from the wagon in? keen for some spares if they are any good.

Not 100% sure mate...will have another look next time I'm out stripping it.

I am going to take everything that is usable off and scrap the shell..

Then sell all the stuff I dont need.   So I will let you know mate.

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20 minutes ago, Corbie said:

@d.p.n.s Where'd you get the carpet? happy with the fit?

need to get some for my wagon.

hay man.

I got if from autodec in Auckland. 

was about $320 delivered (that's just the carpet no underlay).

I used them about a decade ago for an escort and it was shit ....but I thought I would try again and I'm very happy mate.....its a great fit

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Just a heads up, not sure that washer arrangement on the top side will pass cert. From memory there needs to be a plate that's 3000mm2 (e.g. 50x60mm) that the bolts pass through. There is a lvvta driveshaft loops fact sheet thingy that spells it out.

 

Edit - link https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.lvvta.org.nz/documents/infosheets/LVVTA_Info_07-2016_Drive-shaft_Safety-loop_Requirements.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwiew8W1o8f1AhXATmwGHSf_AXkQFnoECAQQAQ&usg=AOvVaw292hljGfPsbMtkkM0ZeVUf

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6 minutes ago, Beaver said:

Just a heads up, not sure that washer arrangement on the top side will pass cert. From memory there needs to be a plate that's 3000mm2 (e.g. 50x60mm) that the bolts pass through. There is a lvvta driveshaft loops fact sheet thingy that spells it out.

 

Edit - link https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.lvvta.org.nz/documents/infosheets/LVVTA_Info_07-2016_Drive-shaft_Safety-loop_Requirements.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwiew8W1o8f1AhXATmwGHSf_AXkQFnoECAQQAQ&usg=AOvVaw292hljGfPsbMtkkM0ZeVUf

oh true I should look into that.i do remember reading seing that ....but they arnt in there for good yet ....

the rear should be easy as....

the front will be another story.

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7 hours ago, RUNAMUCK said:

I dunno if that link mentions it or not,

But you need to remove the dynamat between the doubler plate, and the floor too. 

yeah done that and removed underseal in that area.

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17 hours ago, d.p.n.s said:

Then I tried the TPS and set that up but the values are the wrong way around  for some reason ... wide open is low voltage and closed is hig voltage. .. (not sure if it will work that way around or not will look more into it tonight.

 

 

When I set up tps on my link the values were round the wrong way as well but I think it doesn't matter as long as it has a range from 0 - 100 up or down. 

That was an after market ecu tho.. Could be different for oem. 

 

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4 hours ago, yetchh said:

 

When I set up tps on my link the values were round the wrong way as well but I think it doesn't matter as long as it has a range from 0 - 100 up or down. 

That was an after market ecu tho.. Could be different for oem. 

 

yeah this is a link ecu..

I just swapped 12v and signal ground over and then setup again and now it's perfect..

 

cheers

tho

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