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  • #46
    Originally posted by neallew View Post
    Thanks very much - I cant even find that page via their website - went to a dealer today (xpart supplier) he was as much use as a chocolate teapot. Glad to say this is one of the very few useful car forums i have come across and so far Metro Maestro and MGb guys are all great and very helpful...
    Click on the link, goes straight to it. Put part number in without any spaces, don't understand why it's not working for you as the link goes straight to the search engine
    1958 Ford Consul Convertible, sorn for the winter
    1965 Ford Zodiac Executive. Out and being used
    1984 MG Montego EFi in black. Digital dash and bring worked on
    1984 MG Montego EFI in red. Digital dash. Work put back
    2002 MGZS 180. Cheap 50 car
    2004 MGZT cdti. Great workhorse
    2004 MGZT V8. What a car, soon to be sorn for the winter

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    • #47
      the link you gave does sorry i didnt make that clear - id already been to dealer before i saw the link.

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      • #48
        Ouch a little too expensive - going the repaired route is more cost effective - see below

        We have part number CRC9291 in stock. Price including shipment is 629,91. Enclosed you will find 2 pictures.
        Payment in advance by bank transfer or by PayPal via this e-mail address: info@damenenkroes.nl. We do not accept credit cards or cheques.

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        • #49
          Tank now cut open by firm and I collected, as i might as well do donkey work to remove the sealer in the tank as pay them to do it. I took a couple of phots of the inside if anyone wants to see them - post here or in a new thread? so it can go in the technical section? shows all the positions of the pipes and the layout of the swirl chamber etc.
          Second question do i leave inside as bare wire brushed steel or do i apply rust converter? will this interfere with the reweld process? or be even be stable once covered in fuel?

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          • #50
            Originally posted by neallew View Post
            Tank now cut open by firm and I collected, as i might as well do donkey work to remove the sealer in the tank as pay them to do it. I took a couple of phots of the inside if anyone wants to see them - post here or in a new thread? so it can go in the technical section? shows all the positions of the pipes and the layout of the swirl chamber etc.
            Second question do i leave inside as bare wire brushed steel or do i apply rust converter? will this interfere with the reweld process? or be even be stable once covered in fuel?
            Post on this tread will be ok Neal. I would leave the rust proofing to the company who's doing the job, as long as it doesn't interfere with all pipes in and out it should be ok. I wouldn't leave bare metal as the original tanks were painted
            1958 Ford Consul Convertible, sorn for the winter
            1965 Ford Zodiac Executive. Out and being used
            1984 MG Montego EFi in black. Digital dash and bring worked on
            1984 MG Montego EFI in red. Digital dash. Work put back
            2002 MGZS 180. Cheap 50 car
            2004 MGZT cdti. Great workhorse
            2004 MGZT V8. What a car, soon to be sorn for the winter

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            • #51
              I was referring to the inside of the tank ( not very clear on that I know)- once welded ill be priming and painting outside and possibly underseal the bottom once in place too..

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              • #52
                Well got the tank back from the company. they had changed the blocked return pipe with a nice new bit. moved the pickup down a bit as i thought it was sitting quite high. So sunday I refitted the tank, copper greased the holding bolts and reconnected the various pipes. Only issue didnt have the right pipe to repair the breather so put the shorter length into a container as a temp measure. added 9 litres of petrol and after a few prime cycles the engine fired up and ran well... give it a good few blips once oil had cycled and sounded great and ran smoothly.... thank fxxk for that. (will get the phots of the internal of the tank up this evening now i've put them on my home pc).
                So just got to get breather pipe sorted,
                Change the reverse sensor as reverse lights not working at the moment, Any tips on that? Its located on the front of the engine i believe?
                Then get it booked in for an MOT now... (then i can actually drive it again)
                then its get on with plenty of jobs including rustproofing, repainting the black on the door window surrounds, covering any rust as a temp measure while i assess the car, work thru basic maintenance jobs, change timing belt and water pump, adding a filter between fuel tank and pump to catch big lumps. Add rear seat belts (dont have any fitted at mo ). Get a set of spare keys.
                Should keep me busy - along with the 68 B and the MG Metro...

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by neallew View Post
                  Well got the tank back from the company. they had changed the blocked return pipe with a nice new bit. moved the pickup down a bit as i thought it was sitting quite high. So sunday I refitted the tank, copper greased the holding bolts and reconnected the various pipes. Only issue didnt have the right pipe to repair the breather so put the shorter length into a container as a temp measure. added 9 litres of petrol and after a few prime cycles the engine fired up and ran well... give it a good few blips once oil had cycled and sounded great and ran smoothly.... thank fxxk for that. (will get the phots of the internal of the tank up this evening now i've put them on my home pc).
                  So just got to get breather pipe sorted,
                  Change the reverse sensor as reverse lights not working at the moment, Any tips on that? Its located on the front of the engine i believe?
                  Then get it booked in for an MOT now... (then i can actually drive it again)
                  then its get on with plenty of jobs including rustproofing, repainting the black on the door window surrounds, covering any rust as a temp measure while i assess the car, work thru basic maintenance jobs, change timing belt and water pump, adding a filter between fuel tank and pump to catch big lumps. Add rear seat belts (dont have any fitted at mo ). Get a set of spare keys.
                  Should keep me busy - along with the 68 B and the MG Metro...
                  Nicely done, how much was it to fix the tank and what company did the job? BTW don't forget to put a new fuel filter on it. I had the same issue in that the return was blocked on 2 of my cars but the symptoms were different to your. Fuel just blasted out the carb on a turbo and into the engine on my sons efi causing a vapour lock. I changed the tank on the turbo and that fixed that, my sons efi I have yet to swop the tank over with my last spare that's not blocked. It maybe worth getting his existing cleared as you have when I've changed it
                  Last edited by Jeff Turbo; 8th October 2019, 12:43.
                  1958 Ford Consul Convertible, sorn for the winter
                  1965 Ford Zodiac Executive. Out and being used
                  1984 MG Montego EFi in black. Digital dash and bring worked on
                  1984 MG Montego EFI in red. Digital dash. Work put back
                  2002 MGZS 180. Cheap 50 car
                  2004 MGZT cdti. Great workhorse
                  2004 MGZT V8. What a car, soon to be sorn for the winter

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                  • #54
                    The tank was 250 to have cut opened - ( i cleaned my attempt at using por 15 to seal it out) - then returned to them. then they replaced part of the return pipe, lowered the pickup down a bit then welded it back up - most of top of tank had been cut open so sealer and rust could be scraped and dremel'ed out. rewelded and pressure tested plus painted outside. Not cheap but with limited options it was cost and time effective. It was a local radiator repair company that did the job and he also advertises that he does fuel tanks as well. Swansea Valley Radiators.
                    Does anyone know the part number for the gas struts for the hatch btw?

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                    • #55
                      Here are the internal pictures of my efi tank...Swirl chamber - fuel pick up - minus filter - and return pipe in bottom - was blocked

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                      • #56
                        Pretty common blockages are now, and soon to be the norm as the cars get older. That's not a bad price to have it fixed and all working properly again, must cheaper the Damens lol
                        1958 Ford Consul Convertible, sorn for the winter
                        1965 Ford Zodiac Executive. Out and being used
                        1984 MG Montego EFi in black. Digital dash and bring worked on
                        1984 MG Montego EFI in red. Digital dash. Work put back
                        2002 MGZS 180. Cheap 50 car
                        2004 MGZT cdti. Great workhorse
                        2004 MGZT V8. What a car, soon to be sorn for the winter

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                        • #57
                          Just the MOT to sort now and i can hopefully drive it until the new year in good weather when i'm not under it sorting the surface rust, and re-sealing. Also got to swap my relays back around for the pump and if they are good at least i have 2 known good spares.

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