MG MGB Questions Maintenance & Repair
Prior to work car ran perfectly with new exhaust but leak at manifold. I removed the twin SU carbs (new 30,000 miles ago) and manifolds a couple of weeks ago to replace the exhaust manifold (stripp...
I have to turn over the starter dozens of times, before it will start
my 1977 mgb runs well for about 20 minutes then its starts spluttering - if i keep droping a gear and then restore to 4th it will get me home - but feels like its running rich
Earlier I added this question. “ I replaced the coil distributor cap/rotor. Has new spark plugs and wires. But does not want to start. The other day i checked for spark and i noticed that there wa...
I replaced the coil distributor cap/rotor. Has new spark plugs and wires. But does not want to start. The other day i checked for spark and i noticed that there was a slight spark happening.
Hi everyone. I've just purchased a 1969 MGB GT. Would anyone know why the engine over heats on the motorway but doesn't around town. I even removed the thermostat but it still overheated the engine,...
On my 1977 MGB, I replaced the battery and starter motor and when I turn the key I hear a click at the relay but no cloink at the starter. It still doesn't turn over, what am I doing wrong? can you p...
1980 MGB; in-door storage for winter; gas stabilizer was used; battery is good; car turns over but doesn't appear to be getting a spark.
There is no spark to the engine. Replaced the ignigtion coil, it has power and is good but still no spark. It's not the plugs they look clean. Thinking it maybe in the distributor but don't know wh...
All the smog equipt gone. It blows smoke every time i come to a stop
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What fuel type should I use? Lead free or leaded? Regular or high test?
If you can't feel a ridge can you take pistons out or do you still need to run a ridge reamer around .taking pistons out to free up the rings give the cylinder a hone as it was seize from sitting ...
can l rebuild my 78 mgb engine in the car as it not possible for me to remove it
I have a 1969 MGB runs fine but at higher speed (50mph) when I excellerate I am starved of fuel which returns when I de-excellerate. I do not have an in line fuel filter
After replacing the fuel filter, fuel is now pouring out of the air vent hose of the Absorption Canister. I replaced the Absorption Canister and continues to happen.
I have a 1973 MGB, the engine has just been rebuilt and was running perfectly .I hit a huge pothole on a back road and Jarred the car severely, after about a quarter of a mile the engine simply stop...
Got my 1977 MGB inspected and I'm putting out too much CO2 at idle and higher RPMs. How do I fix that? The car runs great, but I need to reduce the CO2 output
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