Mechanical, Servicing, Restoration, Parts for Vintage and Classic cars mainly British Vintage and Classic cars, donít know much about modern electronic systems in newer cars but do have a lot of knowledge about Vintage and Classic cars and cars up to the late 90's.
I have growing up around Vintage and Classic cars my whole life and used to help my uncle service and repaired them since 1992. After i left school i did my apprenticeship in mechanics starting in 1998 and stopped doing mechanics in 2003 due to a slipped disc in my back. By the age of 13 i could strip and rebuild engines and gearboxes for 20's, 30's and 50's cars that my uncle used for weddings i could also service them as well then my uncle would check to make sure everything was done right. Please Note my expert area is mainly on Vintage and Classic Cars up to 1990.
1998 to 2002 Aprentaship with P&G Autos 2002 to 2008 employed as a mechanic with P&G Autos
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Hi David, The ticking noise is your was your fuel pump as on the MG Midget it is electric and comes on when you switch on the ignition, unfortunately I can not remember what side of the car the pump
Hi Jim, I take it your MGB is a US spec car as i am aware none of the UK MGB'S had emissions stuff or interlocks so do not know much about that stuff with me being in the UK. I know usaly during starting
Hi Andrew, Well this could be a number of things causing this problem, This could be a simple problem like a faulty switch, a wire in the wrong place or a bit of wire touching another wire, but first
Hi first off modern car are not really my expert area but after doing some research I have found out This is a very common issue on this model...The most common cause of this is a faulty connection or