geesmith wrote:Nice part of the country for a relax Chris. I hope the weather joins in.
I was going to say..are you sure the seal is actually cream crackered or could it be not seated correctly... but I guess you are already convinced which it is and you should take a break from it all.
Had a great weeks jollies in Northumberland. Weather not too bad, would be lieing if I said we didn't get caught in the odd rain storm. The log cabin and surroundings were stunning, you can't beat waking up to a family of swans (2 adults and 4 Cygnets) swimming on the lake outside your front door.
One ofmy favourite pics taken during the holiday
The Civ behaved itself in it's usual way, 62+ MPG average for the whole week, impeccably reliable, bigger boot than the Rover (thanks to the tank being under the driver and passenger seats), but you feel every imperfection in the road and the brakes are awful despite being brand new all round.
The 75 is sat on my drive, so the mechanic hasn't touched it all week.
Until I can get some fuel out I can't check if the seal is seated incorrectly, kinked or failed??
The part is only Ã‚Â£7ish so I will feel better if I have one to hand when I eventually get in there.
I might put the Civ next to it and syphon some off into it? So long as it's that easy to syphon.
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