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Wissam Maarouf 5,660 views 3:45 MG 7 Rover 75 DVD GPS Navigation - Duration: 4:30. ECU was replaced by SMC and they fitted the relay mod suggested, which I did not like as the memory got lost all the time. One failed before it left the garage and another while it was being delivered back to me. The Motor Forum Forum Index -> Your Motor Page 1 of 1 Board index FAQ Search Unanswered posts Active topics The team Login Register Unanswered posts Active topics FAQ Search The his comment is here

On this... tali wrote: Both 75s easily  top list of my most unreliable cars owned ...did you expect any different? I think they are okay if you see owners' reviews Paul"Don't think of them as problems, think of them as opportunities.""OK, I think I've hit an insurmountable opportunity!" Posted 16 Mar 2012, 07:55 #11 carlpenn Personal album Update:While vacuuming the Car Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... a 30A fuse for power seats Fuse 25.

Barry. Hope this helps Ross Boz75 View Public Profile Send a private message to Boz75 Find More Posts by Boz75 22nd January 2008, 23:11 #5 JohnDotCom Banned Rover 75 Simon & Jane.Rover 825sd 229,000.Rover SD1 V8 VDP 126,000 will get running this year.2 rover 75's stanker Regular Visitor Posts: 439 Joined: Mon Dec 08, 2008 2:17 pm Location: Pembrokeshire Re:

I would rather not take the panel off as I cannot see how it is fixed on to the seat! Early ones have an ignition feed as well as the permanent, so two fuses, and ignition has to be on to move the passenger seat. I can have a look at the circuit diagram once I know. LOCAL MEETS, EVENTS and CHAT Events Area Forums Was it you!?

The heated seat supply wire is also used to switch the relay on to make the motors work. Board index General Chat Your Cars - Rover 800 Non working electric seat; any ideas? PG Gooner wrote: I can't help having slightly rose tinted glasses when I think of the Rover 75. Exterior Interior Detailing General Technical For Sale and Wanted Cars and Parts Wanted!

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Everything else appears to work ok. Departed View Public Profile Find More Posts by Departed 22nd February 2010, 15:49 #6 grossebaby Gets stuck in SUBARU LEGACY DIESEL Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: Halifax Posts: 508 But then the whole BMW / Rover saga was just odd. I was always annoyed at the motoring press' willingness to go along with that 'English Patient' thing that BMW saddled Please enable cookies.

Merchandise Technical Chat FAQ's and links Engine and Gearbox Suspension, Steering and Brakes Electronic, Electrical and I.C.E. http://pagesetter.net/rover-75/rover-75-heater-blower-not-working.html Ironically, he bought the BMW engined model as he wanted a reliable car upon retirement after years with a company car. Other than a perpetual loose connection in the driver's seat air bag wiring, it was trouble free and gave 39 to 42 MPG however I drove it. tali Re: A tale of two Rover 75s kraftwerk wrote: That's a great read.

Posted 26 Mar 2012, 19:10 #14 carlpenn Personal album Duncan wrote:Mmm. and it's a diesel doing 16mpg?!   21MPG actually Tim wrote: PG wrote: Gooner wrote: I can't help having slightly rose tinted glasses when I think of the There is not much room under the seats but there should be just enough the push the connecters together.. weblink I have identified the 4 wires going from the motors and heating elements to the plug socket as in the pic below.

The time now is 03:54. The 75 should've been based on the 5 series for economies of scale at least, but BMW management clearly wouldn't let it happen. This feature is not available right now.

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Loading... This will allow you more features and flexibility and helps support the club's running costs. The seat is all the way back, so I am struggling to get my hands near the Connector Blocks Is there any way at all to manually move these Seats? I suggest you get Haynes manual, worth it if you want to get involved yourself.

going to the big black plug. Non Car Sales and Wants! I have done that by removing fuse number 9 (5 amp) and installing cabling, including a 5A inline fuse to the main options control panel where I have fitted a mini check over here personally i'd remove the seat as its just four bolt and much easier to access the relays as they are bolted underneath the front of the seat with x2 8mm nuts.

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Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Find All Thanked Posts Image Gallery My images Upload an image View all users images Go to Page... and it's a diesel doing 16mpg?!   21MPG actually   Well no, 15mpg actually... “Previous owner had it for 6 years and got 15mpg” – I was commenting on the This will allow you more features and flexibility and helps support the club's running costs. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...

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grossebaby View Public Profile Send a private message to grossebaby Find More Posts by grossebaby 22nd February 2010, 21:38 #7 Devilish This is my second home 75 Tourer Join kraftwerk Re: A tale of two Rover 75sThat's a great read. Add to Cart. The seat back adjustment has now started to work but the squab still refuses to move .