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Created: May 14, 2008
The following document discusses the operation of the basic Smiths voltage stabilizer as used to operate electrical gauges on British vehicles. Methods of replacement and testing are also discussed.
Created: May 02, 2008
If you're tired of guessing how much gas is in the tank, it may be time to troubleshoot your Voltage Stabilizer. We walk you through testing and cleaning your current stabilizer, and replacing it if necessary.
Created: January 30, 2000
Positive to Negative Ground Conversion In addition to the tools required to remove the tachometer from the dash, you will need the following: 1) soldering iron & solder (keep in mind that electronics are heat sensitive, so be careful to use a low-wattage iron or use heat sinks to localize the heat.)
Created: September 03, 2019
Shop Classic Mini (1959-2000) dashboards and dashboard parts (aftermarket dashboards), Classic Mini seats (new seats, seat covers, seat repair parts, wedding seat suspension parts), interior accessories and parts (headliner, one piece carpet, Mini Cooper shift knobs, sunvisors), rear view mirrors.
Created: April 01, 2013
With a screwdriver, our Sunvisor Repair Kit, and 15 minutes, you will have your visor staying firmly in place once again. The kit comes with two pairs of brackets and the screws.
Created: February 18, 2000
Summer is with us once more and the Mini overheating is on everybody's mind, while the temperature gauge won't keep your engine cool at least it will let you know what is happening. To check that it is working correctly With a capillary type gauge (mechanical) Remove the sender unit from the head .Fill a small pot with water and bring to a rapid boil using