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Gearbox Oil for 1946 Rover P2 ? - 1936 Rover P2

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Engine oil was the original specified

Posted on Nov 01, 2013

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    Russ Hill Nov 01, 2013

    do you run the car all the time ??

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Lucas Oil Stabilizer heavy duty oil, recommended for classic cars. helps stop wear.

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SOURCE: starter motor whines but wont engage with engine on my rover P2

You will need a new starter rebuilt ect. to replace the one you currently have that is defective. you sound like you are spinning the starter motor but the starter bendix is no longer engaging the flexplate/flywheel on the engine.

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