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Ernie Peters '74 MGMidget Refurbishment

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Edwardsville, IL, USA

Total Posts: 24 Latest Post: 2018-01-17
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Front Bearing Redux, Wipers, Gaiter, And First Drive

Ernie Peters   Silver Member USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Saturday January 13, 2018 1:24 PM


I connected the hazard switch to the wiring loom s

I connected the hazard switch to the wiring loom so that the directional signals worked on my first test-drive. I do not want to install the radio console where the hazard switch is fitted until I find a working period-correct radio.

15 miles without any major issues

15 miles without any major issues!

I had to tighten the lower clamp on the filler hos

I had to tighten the lower clamp on the filler hose - it seeped fuel at that connection when I gassed it up.

No leaks after the first test drive

No leaks after the first test-drive!

The new gaiter looks great against the backdrop of

The new gaiter looks great against the backdrop of new carpet.

I can see clearly now with three new wiper blades

I can see clearly now with three new wiper blades.




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