Question about 1957 Rover P4
Posted by Anonymous on
Side of the fuel tank with dozen cheese head screws.
Empty tank first and jack car over to one side. Use stands.
Lots of release spray. Fit new gaskets. Always check unit is working before you fit it to the tank.
Posted on Jan 18, 2015
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