Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2005 07:04:11 +0100 From: "Pidgeonpost" <Pidgeonpostnospambrain.com> Subject: Re: 9k screenwash valves follow-up
"Malt_Hound" <""Malt_Hound\"nospamm-me not*yahoo.com"> wrote in message news:H8CdncWkIcVr1oLeRVn-ugnospamphia.com... > Pidgeonpost wrote: > >> Something that caught me out was that if you remove the rubber inspection >> plate from the plastic liner remember to put the darned thing back before >> you replace the liner. The little rubber bungs wouldn't push fully home >> despite thoroughly cleaning the plate and holes in the liner, and coating >> everything in WD40 then Vaseline. I pushed, shoved, grunted, and swore >> more than a little for about half an hour before ripping everything out >> again to replace the inspection cover. The worst thing about it was that >> I reckon I made the same mistake once before. Must be losing it... > > Hmmm... I know that I have replaced that rubber cobver in-situ before, as > that is what that cover is meant to be used for. Maybe I reached inside > the engine bay and pulled the little rubber nipples ("hehehe... he said > nipples") to get it to seat? I don't remember the details but am sure I > have removed and replaced it with taking out the whole liner. > > -- > -Fred W > Toys for sale, Hey get your toys here: > <http://users.adelphia.net/~fredwills/> ...yep....sounds like it should be do-able, but I pratted about with long-nosed pliers and although some of the nipples (gosh I said it too) went home ok, others didn't want to play....!