How to kill a Rover 214?

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bikeboyz
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Post by bikeboyz » 07 Sep 2004, 16:24

Watch for bad weather, and park it where the flood water is going to rise....... Or go sight seeing on Dover cliff with a dodgy handbrake.

Mosser
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Post by Mosser » 07 Sep 2004, 17:37

Get someone to hold the revs at around 5k and then pour a gallon of water quickly into the air inlet with the airbox disconnected, best to do this on a day with heavy rain

bikeboyz
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Post by bikeboyz » 09 Sep 2004, 00:27

Well aparently your should take it to Kwack-Fit for an oil change or something as just as easy........

philhoward

Post by philhoward » 09 Sep 2004, 00:34

I'll have to try again, as nothing drastic has happened of late to it. The fan fuse will mysteriously "blow" tonight and i think it's time for the compressor to start living in the boot ready for the ECU MAP sensor to go for a burton.
Then I can swap it for the 217,000 mile Cavalier we've got...

bikeboyz
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Post by bikeboyz » 14 Sep 2004, 02:14

I thought lets Ask Jeeves "How do I kill a rover 214" very helpful chap ..........
*** Re: Don't kill bush for me, do it for Jesus ***
now if that isn't god saying dont go there, then I dunno what is.