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SixFingeredJack

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  1. Got a clutch in my ST185 a couple of months ago, cost me £380, I thought that wasn't too bad. The company is in Darlington, Co. Durham, they did it in 2 days an it's been fine. If you wanna give em a ring the number is 01325 340033.
  2. Cruising eh? I had a lovely cruise last year, very relaxing. It was organised by SAGA, very nice, lots of sea air. I spent the whole time talking about the good old days, how things were better then, drinking sherry, berating the youth of today, and smelling of wee-wee.
  3. Start with the panel around the gear lever, it's only held in with clips and should prise out (carefully). This should reveal two screws at the bottom of the panel around the radio. This panel is also held in with clips. Remove the screws and gently ease the whole panel out of the clips. You should now see the four screws (two either side) securing the radio bracket. Take these out and the radio will pull out complete with the bracket. You need to use a certain amount of force to release the clips holding the panels, I can't say how much, it's just a case of experience and using common sense, if it feels like you're pulling too hard, you probably are! If at any point you feel like you're not happy, leave it, and pay someone to do it for you. It'll probably be cheaper than having to replace a broken fascia panel! Sorry if i sound a bit negative, but I've just met a lot of customers who've broken things and wish they'd left it alone. SixFingeredJack
  4. I've got a problem with my 1990 import GT4. I got the car really cheap cos the clutch was slipping badly, but now I've got the clutch fixed (£380 - OUCH!). It pulls like a train up to around 3-3500rpm, then the power just fades out, like it's dropping a pot or you're lifting off the throttle. It's not a misfire, it just feels like it's losing boost, but the guage doesn't drop, it reads a good 11-12psi right through to the red in 3rd and 4th. Some days are better than others, sometimes it'll pull past 4000, other times it fade out before 3000. It'll only pull 120 odd flat out, and it's really doin my head in! Just wondered if anyone had any ideas before I get mugged by the Toyota dealer. Thanks SixFingeredJack
  5. Hi, I've just got a 1990 GT4, and I'm looking for a good workshop manual. Can anyone help?
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