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  • #31
    That bracket goes in the top left corner of the drivers side bulkhead behind the connectors attached to the white bracket it the second picture, if that makes sense, if you look you will see two studs on the bulkhead where it goes.
    Last edited by Paul D; 07-23-2009, 05:57 AM.

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    • #32
      Ahh, so that's what those studs are for. Many thanks

      Steve
      Sport Evo No.47

      My Sport Evo Restoration

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      • #33
        Been pressing on, tidying up loose ends and scratching my head:confused:

        Dash In


        Most wiring done


        Still some to do


        Sunroof almost ready


        Head lining rear cards B pillar trims and sunroof hopefully next week.

        Still a couple of puzzles to solve..

        Where does this go? I know where it plugs in and earths, but not what it illuminates.


        No idea what this is...


        And this? My gut feeling is that it wasn't connected...:confused:



        Guessing above rear wheel arch.


        No Idea


        Any help will be appreciated.

        Also had SPL dip my manifold (FOC as they owed me)



        Came up quite well.

        That all for this week.

        Steve
        Sport Evo No.47

        My Sport Evo Restoration

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        • #34
          Originally posted by stevesingo View Post


          Where does this go? I know where it plugs in and earths, but not what it illuminates.
          Headlight aim control panel ?

          Originally posted by stevesingo View Post
          No idea what this is...
          That snaps into sheetmetal of roof, belongs under headliner and roofhandle...

          Originally posted by stevesingo View Post
          And this? My gut feeling is that it wasn't connected...:confused:

          I dont have that connected either, but mycar is -90 215hp.....

          Originally posted by stevesingo View Post
          No Idea
          Under rearseat somewhere....?

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          • #35
            Originally posted by proview View Post
            Headlight aim control panel ?
            I'll go with that.

            Originally posted by proview View Post
            That snaps into sheetmetal of roof, belongs under headliner and roofhandle...
            I'll have a look at that

            Originally posted by proview View Post
            I dont have that connected either, but mycar is -90 215hp.....
            Good enough for me.


            Originally posted by proview View Post
            Under rearseat somewhere....?
            Maybe?

            Thanks

            Steve
            Sport Evo No.47

            My Sport Evo Restoration

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            • #36
              The first sponge goes under the carpet at each side of the front of the rear seat, and the 2nd goes, when you have the bottom of the rear seat out and the rear quarter cards in that sponge fits down there at the bottom. Hope you can understand what im taking about Steve.

              Cheers,

              GARY.
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              • #37
                Thanks Gary. 1st goes behind the carpet on the vertical aspect where the back seat passengers heals would be?

                Steve
                Sport Evo No.47

                My Sport Evo Restoration

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                • #38
                  Thats right Steve.
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                  • #39
                    Hi Steve was the underseal (stonechip) that you used close to the OEM look, and did you have to buy a special gun for puting it on, about 5 or 6 weeks of that stage now.

                    Cheers,

                    GARY.
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                    • #40
                      Texture wise, I'd say yes but more flexible. Colour wise it is yellow, so I painted over it. We did use a special gun for applying the stuff. I will look for a pic of the gun.

                      Steve
                      Sport Evo No.47

                      My Sport Evo Restoration

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                      • #41
                        More flexible the better, do you think that the paint will stay on.

                        GARY.
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by stevesingo View Post

                          No Idea

                          I think you'll find that piece of foam goes under the rear seat by the tube on the passenger side.

                          I notice you haven't put the steering column in yet, when you do remember the top steering column cover can't be fitted with the dash and steering column in place.

                          Paul

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Paul D View Post
                            I think you'll find that piece of foam goes under the rear seat by the tube on the passenger side.

                            I notice you haven't put the steering column in yet, when you do remember the top steering column cover can't be fitted with the dash and steering column in place.

                            Paul

                            Thanks for that, I'll bare that in mind. The steering is still out

                            Originally posted by the bear View Post
                            More flexible the better, do you think that the paint will stay on.

                            GARY.
                            Not convinced. Probably, with a coat of wax on top.

                            Steve
                            Last edited by stevesingo; 08-02-2009, 12:26 PM.
                            Sport Evo No.47

                            My Sport Evo Restoration

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                            • #44
                              UPDATE...

                              Been working on the headlining and sunroof mech this week. No pics I'm afraid. Had a bit of disruption this weekend as the owner of the barn was having a party.


                              Hangover gone and car back in, ready to start work.

                              Right, having a few probs with the sunroof mech

                              1, When sliding the sunroof forward and in to the tilt position, what stops the roof at the limit of the forward travel? Is it the weather strip or is it part of the mechanism?

                              2, Are all of the sunroof panels so convex in shape? Mine seems to be proud at the centre of the rear edge, even when the rear corners are slightly below the roof line. This is also causing the centre of the panel to just touch the inside of the sunroof opening.

                              I am sure that the cables are equal and aside from the sealant under the rails I am pretty sure they are sitting flat against the tray.

                              Any Ideas?

                              Steve
                              Sport Evo No.47

                              My Sport Evo Restoration

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by stevesingo View Post
                                And this? My gut feeling is that it wasn't connected...:confused:

                                that is for the airbag. if you dont have one, you can plug it into the accessory connector. it wont do anything, but it'll look better than just hanging there... i removed mine and all of its wires.

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