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    Re: It's been a while...

    @Cyborg7 - the full story can be found here - http://www.lancisti.net/forum/entry.php?95-First-Things-First , keep going - you'll get there!

    @Racer - cheers!

    @geert - haha, now that would be a...
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    It's been a while...

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    Taxed, insured, and going out for small trips...
  3. Re: any idea how best to remove the stainless door trim?

    I seem to remember using a small lump of 4 x 2, placing it under the outside lip of the trim and gently tapping it with a hammer. Working you way all along the trim. I don't remember any fixings or...
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    Bleeding Brakes

    Hi,

    I've been trying to sort out my brakes.

    Firstly I connected all the pipes, put the some fluid in, and tried to bleed each one using one of these 'sucking' tools. No joy, no sign of any...
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    Re: fulvia crank pulley nut

    Just checked the spare engine in the kitchen - Clockwise to tighten. (Before you say anything, it's in the corner by the central heating radiator, on a dolly, covered by a sheet, it's a tiny engine,...
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    Re: Fulvia Servicing

    Hi,

    The Fulvia isn't a specialised bit of kit, anywhere that services "older" cars that aren't packed with computers will be able to handle the job.

    What might be an issue is the service parts....
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    Re: Integrale Over Head Clock

    Ah! of course!

    Thanks

    Fen Fulvia
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    Integrale Over Head Clock

    Hi,

    Could anyone throw any light on why the clock on the integrale has FOUR wires going to it?

    Thanks

    Fen Fulvia
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    Re: It has arrived

    The four "ordinary" lights on my Fulvia seem to be brighter than most of the modern cars I've been in, with that array you maybe able to see the inside of on coming cars! :)

    Love the idea of a...
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    Re: Need help on subframe mount repair

    Yup! Worth every penny (or cent), looking very nice.

    Fen Fulvia
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    Re: Rear Brake question on S2 Coupe

    Nicely put! :)

    Thanks

    Fen Fulvia
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    Re: Rear Brake question on S2 Coupe

    Thanks for that, nice to have it confirmed I've got the the correct pipe.

    Does anyone know any suppliers of the clip?

    Interestingly the photo shows the panhard rod fixing bolt coming out on the...
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    Rear Brake question on S2 Coupe

    Hi,

    I got a set of replacement hoses for the Girling brakes, but I've got a bit of an issue with the pipe that goes from the brake balancer to the junction on the real axle.

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    The original...
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    Re: Water Temperature Senders

    Perfect! :)

    thanks for the speedy reply!

    Fen Fulvia.
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    Water Temperature Senders

    The S2 Fulvia's have two water temp senders.

    One for the gauge on the dash, the other to control the electric fan. One is mounted on the water pump, the other on the manifold right at the top of...
  16. Thread: Filter King

    by Fen Fulvia
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    Re: Filter King

    Making up for my flippant reply...

    You could use Rivnuts. It would look "authentic" when the Filter King was in place (as you'd bolt it in place) and have the advantage over standard rivets as it...
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    Re: Filter King

    Cable tie. :)

    (the PO of my car used them for EVERYTHING)

    Fen Fulvia
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    Re: The Last Bolt

    Thanks everyone!

    The bolt is in, all the other bolts were loose, so I had to use a bit of lateral thinking to get everything to line up.

    I'll blog the entire process in the next day or so.
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    The Last Bolt

    Since I put the subframe back into the car I've been hiding a dark secret.

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    The final subframe bolt (lower front offside) doesn't fit. As you can see from the photos it's out of...
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    Steering Column

    Hi,

    Would anyone be able to give some clues as to how the steering column is supposed to fit onto the bulkhead on a S2 coupé?

    There are four holes, the two closest to the steering wheel, appear...
  21. Re: Owners Handbook/Manual for Fulvia (in English)

    Better late then never..

    http://www.lancisti.net/forum/downloads.php?do=file&id=299

    Fen Fulvia
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    Re: New Fulvia Rallye 1.3S owner

    Fulvia clocks. Did no one tell you? None of them work :)
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    Re: New Fulvia Rallye 1.3S owner

    Yup, Congrats - that's a sweet looking car.

    Fen Fulvia
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    Re: New Fulvia Rallye 1.3S owner

    Welcome!

    I can't offer any advice on the tyres, but I'm sure others will do. :)

    When I collected my Fulvia I drove about the same amount, and made sure I had plenty of breakdown cover, but in...
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    Re: alloy doors? s1 coupe

    The only difference I spotted between the steel doors with the opening vents, and the Alloy door with the fixed quarter light was the fixing point for the quarter light.

    The alloy door had a sort...
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