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    Re: Starter Motor Replacement - Series 1 Fulvia Sport

    Series one starter motor have 8 teeth on the starter gear.
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    Re: Starter Motor Replacement - Series 1 Fulvia Sport

    Quote Originally Posted by Marnix View Post
    Series one starter motor have 8 teeth on the starter gear.
    Thanks - I will be sure to check when it arrives. WOSP advises their motor is specific to the Series 1 Fulvia with 4 speed so I suspect all will be well.

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    Re: Starter Motor Replacement - Series 1 Fulvia Sport

    It lives! Two months after arriving in Calgary, the Sport is on the road! The starter is a quality piece and fit beautifully. Finally got a chance to wash the travel grime off it and, it turns out, the chance to mop out the interior since water is flooding in along the fronts of the doors. On to the next challenge!

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    Re: Starter Motor Replacement - Series 1 Fulvia Sport

    Quote Originally Posted by grbbenny View Post
    mop out the interior since water is flooding in along the fronts of the doors. On to the next challenge!
    Hi Graham,
    May I be the first to suggest that your next challenge is to dry out the cabin. My car is reasonably watertight but if I suspect water has got into the cabin or boot, I still take up the mats and turn on a blower-heater.
    Next priority should be to stop water getting into the cabin and boot. Then apply a deruster and followed by a quality waxoil to doors and sealed box sections.
    A professional restorer suggested I use Xtroll Rust Conqueror UV which does both provided the rust is only thin.
    I have just uploaded a diagram from Tectyl showing where to apply a waxoil to a Coupe.
    http://www.lancisti.net/forum/downlo...do=file&id=311
    The platform of a FSZ is the same as a Coupe and has similar body cavities that need protecting plus extras around the A pillar and the double box supporting the boot gutter
    Owners of Fulvias (and many other italian cars of similar vintage) should repeat after me: "Water is not my friend"
    Hope that helps, Mick

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    Re: Starter Motor Replacement - Series 1 Fulvia Sport

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Man Wattsy View Post
    Hi Graham,
    May I be the first to suggest that your next challenge is to dry out the cabin. My car is reasonably watertight but if I suspect water has got into the cabin or boot, I still take up the mats and turn on a blower-heater.
    Next priority should be to stop water getting into the cabin and boot. Then apply a deruster and followed by a quality waxoil to doors and sealed box sections.
    A professional restorer suggested I use Xtroll Rust Conqueror UV which does both provided the rust is only thin.
    I have just uploaded a diagram from Tectyl showing where to apply a waxoil to a Coupe.
    http://www.lancisti.net/forum/downlo...do=file&id=311
    The platform of a FSZ is the same as a Coupe and has similar body cavities that need protecting plus extras around the A pillar and the double box supporting the boot gutter
    Owners of Fulvias (and many other italian cars of similar vintage) should repeat after me: "Water is not my friend"
    Hope that helps, Mick
    Very helpful, thank you. Fortunately I already had the mats, interior panels and rear seat out as I'm in the midst replacing the mats and panels and installing seat belts so a quick clean-up. You're correct though - I need to staunch the flow right away.

    Graham
    1970 Fulvia Sport 1.3S

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