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because you have changed the head gasket I am thinking that there is a valve timing problem. If at any stage you turned the crank when the head was removed and refitted the head and cam shaft
and turned the crank to align the marks then there is a distinct possibility that there is valve damage. Do a compression test. Turning an engine by hand is difficult because each piston will have compression.
lovely job to do you are ment to remove the whole rear end complete with engine/gearbox . but you can do it by removing the rear suspension arms/ drive shafts and moving the gearbox into the subframe and work through the space between engine/gearbox, its tight but can be done
A very common fault this one, that is easily fixed. On older cars the heater fan speeds one and two often fail, due to the resistors burning out. This applies to most of the MG Rover cars of the 90's and 2000's so Rover 200, 25, 45, 400, MG ZR, ZS, MGF and MGTF.
Buy three bigger resistors of value 0.68 ohm and wattage 10 watts, from eBay or an electronics store.
Most of the video here is an MG ZR, apart from the MG TF at the start but it is similar for all models. The MG TF took marginally longer due to the slightly more hidden location of the resistor pack. You need to remove a short vent pipe as well as the glovebox cover on that car.
It is available in hard copy by Haynes for about
18.00 or on ebay for less. It is not available electronically unless
you het hold of a copy of the rave from ebay on a cd. If you need to
know something specific message or just ask on here: MG ZR / 25 / 200 & Streetwise
There are lots
of MGR experts here.
Hope this helps.