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I have been fortunate enough to come across Neil Adderidge, who I must say has the most knowledge of Ford Sierra and other historic parts going. For all parts Sierra/Granda/Escort vintage, and what will fit with what, and year. Phone him with your questions or parts you are looking for. Genuine, helpful guy, worth keeping a note of his number 07507683000. He's more than happy to help. I have told him that I would mention him on here? He talked me out of a purchase, and helped me with the clutch pedal issue on my Hood +
Im looking into buying a Robin Hood but i am slightly worried about the IVA test as this car hasn't got one. After asking about why he never got an IVA on the car he wondered why i was looking into an IVA because if i could get a Sierra v5 Logbook i could get a non Q plate and it will still be road legal and i can get the MOT etc etc. I never heard of this before and as i am new to this im not sure at what to look for to find out Any advise would be appriciated Thanks Jack
Can anyone please help? Could you describe how the steering wheel lock on the Ford Sierra (1984 1.6l Pinto) should work. I bought and am tackling a failed IVA EXMO. The failure report said that a Steering Wheel Lock was fitted and should therefore work. I understand for the IVA that if it is not fitted, it does not have to work! I have the ignition key assembly and barrel, with the aluminium cast mounting that holds three cable connectors. However there is nothing on the removed barrel that could engage with the steering wheel and nothing (no inserts or keyways) in the steering wheel with which some type of key might engage. So I suspect that this car does not have a Steering Wheel Lock mechanism fitted. How should I proceed? I could take photos of the non-lock components for the Inspector, or perhaps I am missing some part? The Haynes Sierra manual does not detail how the lock might work although it does mention it. Your advice will be welcome. Geoff.