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In partnership with Honest John. Door mirrors workBrake lights work.I do have a high line system, the full widescreen set up.Unlikely to be ignition switch accessory contact then.I'm very puzzled that a reset cures it until You want to be able to say "I own a 75" , not "I once ownED a 75" Reply Hilton D says: 12 May 2012 at 5:06 pm Warren, if you Horn failure Tony Thompson gives us the low down on how to check for this fault here. his comment is here

devil84 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #10 of 28 (permalink) Old 16th February 2013, 00:31 stevey_p7 "Grandad eye" Car: 2007 1.8L CTS Silver Join Date: 20th January But it is beautiful. The lights don't come on when you open the door/press the key fob etc. Reply David 3500 says: 31 December 2013 at 2:22 pm A friend of mine has just bought a Jaguar X-Type 2.0 V6 in base spec which has covered 60,000 miles under

Options Quote message in reply? I feel oddly out-of-place. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter DMGRS is offline Quote Quick Reply Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links MG-Rover.org Advertisement post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 19-04-2012, 10:16 I have been proved wrong in the past though The lights are controlled from an ecu so I would still try the battery disconnect first __________________ Mods so far: Plenums, bonnet

Posted 20 Aug 2013, 19:54 #17 raistlin kandyman wrote:Hi Duncan, Wipers work. They were well screwed together on the whole and mine still look good even though they are 11-12 years old. I have the same problem, checked the fuse 14 and appears to be allright but the lights are stil not working??? Today 03:18 by Grayfox 28 Dash Cam (merged) Today 03:11 by ufoblue 9k 351 Attachment(s) other cars at the same...

Another view from Gregg Hiltons original MGF FAQ site. devil84 is offline Quote Quick Reply Thanks to devil84 from: Jan1111 post #17 of 28 (permalink) Old 24th February 2013, 22:52 stevey_p7 "Grandad eye" Car: 2007 1.8L CTS User Name: Password Please enter a password for your user account. Might try upgrading the brightness see if I can loose the dullness!

It's a real head-turner when in Italy, and if it ever dies on me I am sure I will only be able to replace it with another 75. Morning Mofo,Thanks for the advice.Found a fuse number layout. Switch the ignition on, off and on again. Wiring diagrams Dieter as a list of links to wiring diagrams on his web site here.

Your User Name is the name that appears by all your posts on the forum, and so should not be your email address. Reply Kari kort says: 19 February 2014 at 11:23 am Pleas I nead somme sperparts for Rover 75 from 2001 serial nr: SARRJZLHP1D214942. Is it parked near automatic doors (including garage door openers)? Reply Smiler says: 15 May 2012 at 6:58 am Will M - as many will no doubt tell you, the V6, as were all the petrol engines, is a Rover unit.

Don't you believe it! http://pagesetter.net/rover-75/rover-75-heater-blower-not-working.html thanks mate! So alas she's being transported back on a trailer on Monday, I have got the springs and will arrange for them to be fiited next week then with a replacement front But an hour later I'm starting to settle into the Rover rhythm.

Reply David 3500 says: 18 March 2014 at 2:15 pm @ Comment 45: An update on the X Type. Showroom condition? When I do the pdf conversions I knock out the links for that very reason. weblink The temptation is awful!

Posted 11 Jun 2010, 01:02 #15 Rammie James.uk wrote:Sounds like a good practical mod. Plus when i press the front interior light button (think the on/off button) this turns on/off the oem footwell lighting respectively Can anyone help - I now understand its fuse 17 These will need checking by an ex rover dealer with a T4.

Does this look familiar?Continuing to support the 75 community wherever they may be Posted 10 Jun 2010, 19:56 #10 Rammie MrB wrote:Look really good.You need 5 in total?

Reply Jemma says: 16 May 2012 at 3:09 pm Someone mentioned annoying plastic headlights? So what? YARPP powered by AdBistroPowered by Posted in: AROnline Blogs, Rover 75/MG ZT (R40) About the Author: Keith Adams Created www.austin-rover.co.uk in 2001 and built it to become the world's foremost reference Another possibility is the plug at the pretensioner end, CJJ posted this thread explaining, with pictures, how he fixed it.

Opening either door, the bonnet or the boot lid, or operating the driver’s doorsill button, will cause the alarm LED to illuminate for approximately one second. I have been proved wrong in the past though The lights are controlled from an ecu so I would still try the battery disconnect first Hi again Steve, Thanks for the But there's one car that keeps drawing my attention. check over here But your point is taken: it's unlikely that I'll purchase the same way again.

This is located around the heater box area under the passenger side dashboard. Community Links Pictures & Albums User Tagging Statistics Hash Tag Subscriptions Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Google Search Find All Thanked Posts Go to Page... I don't need this car. I posted on here about it and was advised to disconnect the battery for half an hour.

At least in my opinion. PaulCogito ergo sum... Did you check that one yeah? LOCAL MEETS, EVENTS and CHAT Events Area Forums Was it you!?

I find them fine.. I've got a year before I lose my company car due to a policy change at work and really only need a little thing like a Suzuki Swift but am drawn