The car sailed through the MOT this morning - no advisories at all
Got my relays from @Magpie42 for the front fog lights. Had a look at the fuse panel on the driver's side and have no idea how on earth I'm supposed to get the relay in there. It's really tight and there's no obvious way of removing any dash trim to reveal more for access. In fact the hole is so small that once my hand is in there trying to reach the socket, it blocks my view so I can't see where I'm going. Any ideas here?
Yep, just spoke to him on FB about those
Yeah the ones with the large hubs don't look as good in my opinion. Can't see that second pic though mate.He does. If you google image Micra SI you'll get two variations. The ones above with the smaller badge and ones with the large centre.
Noticed this one too, they look like SR wheels on a euro facelift. Look at that OEM black grill *drools*
Yeah I could do that, but I want symmetrical reverse lights. I think a bumper mounted fog light will look cool anyway, give it that sweet import lookThe rear fog in my cab lights work you just have to play with the pins and paint the bulb red with a bit aj4 all I've done x
Thanks Chris. If I had some more light they would be a lot better. I'm really happy with the condition, especially for the price of £0.
I put some fuel in it for the first time yesterday. It was just hitting the red line on the gauge and £15 later it was just under half way Still getting used to pulling off in the thing, especially when I'm at the front of the queue at a set of traffic lights, the pressure of not looking like a knob for stalling builds up. I'm surprised how quickly it catches up when I do have to restart it though. It accelerates pretty quickly, but as expected it takes a bit of flooring to get it to speed up once it gets moving.
The indicator stalk is on the left side of the wheel as well (the car I learned in had it on the right), so for the first day I had it, I kept putting the windscreen wipers on when approaching a junction.
Yeah just went out and checked. There's a mechanism in the stalk that rotates the outer switch to turn the sidelights on when you turn the fog switch. On mine at least, this doesn't engage unless you turn the fog switch to position 3. It ought to engage when in position 2.Should NOT come on, on their own. When the sidelights are on they should come on
Second fog light wired up today. I found some spare wire in my bag of special bits and pieces. Will get a picture later.
Also, my previous rear speakers are for sale if anyone is after a set. No shelf, just the speaker units (and wires/screws).