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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sometimes when the batery of vehicle goes flat or when u fit a new car batery to the bantams they love to give that problems like gauges not working rpm not working speedo not working and cluster display is dead, u disconect the batery termanils and for example fit positive termanil and arc. Or short til that blue spark occur then u swop around negative on and arc positive,leave the ignition switched on arc til gauges move!! Don't ask me why but that happend to me! A autoelek friend of mine showed me this! NB don't tri this with vehicles with a lot of elektric featers it can cause demage to ecu (engine control unit)
Posted on Oct 16, 2012
It is on the gearbox side of the engine at the top. There is a black housing with a pipe coming from the radiator. That housing has 3 screws, unscrew the little adapter and you will find the thermostat.
Posted on Apr 03, 2013
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