Thank you, what a great site. It was invaluable whilst I was rebuilding my MGB Roadster and remains the place to look for help when in need.
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found your page by accident but this is the most helpful page I have ever seen to the topic MGB.
Lots of helpfuk hints and tricks and very good to read.
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|Message||Hey there, I found your web page on Lucas wiper motors inspirational. I have been trying to wire up my Lucas wipers so they park correctly on my 1970 Land Rover, and your page correctly distinguishes between the park switch 37H 2734 on the earlier A & B suffix wiper motors (which I have) from the later clip on switch. Until I found your page I had no idea that there were different park switches. But I also (eventually) came to the conclusion that these earlier motors and the earlier screw on switches were wired for +ve earthed vehicles - which is why all my earlier attempts to wire this failed... I was following the wiring diagrams of the later park switch (37H 6784) and so nothing worked. Thanks heaps for your helpful site! Cheers, W.|
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Glad to see you're still into MG's and still have your cars! Unfortunately I don't have the V8 anymore but I have my C still waiting for restoration. Your site is still the best MG site on the net.
All the best,
I should like to convey my thanks and appreciation of your interesting and informative site.
Your piece concerning the poor quality of some "latter day" rotor arms was most useful in helping me diagnose an indifferently running 1800 GG with a hot-fail tendency.
A root around in my box of old dizzys produced a 30-odd year old rotor arm, which has proved to be the cure. Again my thanks,
Best regards. Bob.