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Lee Raybould

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About Lee Raybould

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  • Car type
    Robin hood 2b
  • Full name
    Lee Raybould

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    West Midlands

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    rayb841@gmail.com

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  1. sorry for late reply, ive sorted it thanks for the offer.
  2. hi there It would be a great help to me also if i could have a copy as im only a couple of months away from applying for the big day. Any idear how much it cost?.
  3. Hi there Would anyone have a working rev counter for a 2lti sierra for sale.
  4. Thanks for your information. I checked everything over yesterday, there was an earth loose and I found the engine earth strap disconnected (how I missed that I dont know)I thought I had solved it until this morning when I attempted to bring her home again got a bit further this time though before coming to a halt. Got it going again and managed to continue the journey all be it in first gear. After all the tampering with the timing an electrics whilst checking over again for the 100th time I noticed the hose coming of the fuel filter was folded shut. Rectified that and road tested. Hooray.
  5. Ok so I went to my garage this morning to pick the Robin hood up and drive it home to do some cosmetics. Got to the end of the lane (about 50 yards) and all the problems were back, obviously not fixed. Really testing me now, any more ideas before I take to stripping the head off.
  6. A bit of everything I think. Never run right since I picked her up last may. Over the past 12 month's she's been garaged stripping down and rebuilding as she'd been stood in a barn for 10 years. Done everything cosmetically so decided to get her running right. I found the coolant sensor plug ill fitting and a bit dirty but giving correct reading. Sorted that but still not running properly. For some reason when I put the timing light back on it was way too far advanced. Adjusted this then hey presto. Thanks everyone for the advice it got me there in the end.
  7. Cheers guys I think I have sorted it 20200405_110621.mp4
  8. Hi I've changed the coil and it's no better. Would the coolant sensor be the one on the inlet side by number one cylinder green wire coming off it.
  9. Cheers going to change it and see what happens.
  10. Thanks will check them after I've changed coil. Thanks again for the advice.
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