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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 06-12-16, 11:29 AM
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Probably a better solution is to do as Freemansteve has done.

Go and live somewhere which isn't cold.

Maybe a bit drastic though.
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one spotted on ebay with intake silencer, exhaust, and timer

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rover-75-M...sAAOSwA3dYRbeb

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havent done much with the heater as I was on the look out for a fuel dosing pump. Managed to pick one up with a damper ( helps it to run more smoothly at low power, and as I will be mounting it near the heater without a long fuel lime to smooth out pulsations figured it would be worthwhile ). I was also looking at RF remote controls, and have gone for a chinese single channel one, for 99p plus postage, we'll see what arrives haha. Ill probably put the feed to the remote receiver through a relay so it cuts the supply ( switching off the heater) once the truck is fired up.

Ive got some connectors from someone breaking a Rover 75, with a decent length of wire on, so once the pump has arrived can give it a bench test before looking to install it.

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Possibly the best mod i've done to my truck. Mine is tied wired into the heater system, so when the heaters on it also turns on the heating. mines on a 7 day timer set 45 minutes before i leave to work. Warm and de-iced truck every morning.

I have thought about fitting a GSM remote but haven't really found much of a need for it yet.

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Quick update.

Picked up a second hand fuel pump and decided to rig the unit up on the workbench.

combustion fan and water pump kicked into life but no fuel pump ticking, so no dosing of the unit with fuel and hence the unit doent fire up and goes into lockdown.

A faulty unit was a known possibility with buying second hand.

When the units are manufactured, a couple of blobs of some sort of glue are attached to a pair of capacitors presumably to stop them vibrating, and over time this affects the surface mounted components underneath.

Changed a few resistors but still no joy, so the control PCB has gone off to one of the people on the rover 75 owners club forum, as he has the webasto diagnostic kit, and an in depth knowledge of repairing these units. Anyway its been fixed and given a clean bill of health and is on its way back.

Ive also had a 99p ebay punt on a single channel 12v RF remote control whis has arrived and actually works ( how long for is another matter). the receiver is in a small black plastic case which Ill mount inside the cab probably in the lower corner of the windscreen on top of the dash, with a small tell tale led to remind me to switch it off .

So nearly good to go with the install, after its been bench tested, will probably wait till the Horses are back out in spring, as theyre in stables full time at the moment to let the pasture have a ret, so no time left at night by the time theyve both been mucked out, fed and watered etc...

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http://www.elektromobily.org/w/images/1/13/Webasto.pdf

Found the above manual, could be of assistance?
If it is the Webasto fitted to rovers cars you have, its a Thermo top C unit

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http://www.elektromobily.org/w/images/1/13/Webasto.pdf

Found the above manual, could be of assistance?
If it is the Webasto fitted to rovers cars you have, its a Thermo top C unit
Just read page 2 of this string, DOOH!!

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Mockedup a bracket for the chosen mounting location. Looks like Nissan have put a hole in the wing already for the exhaust.Does anyone know which the input and output pipes for the heater are and which is the fuel return to the tank and the pipe bore please ?
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You can also mount behind the front bumper.. Best mod I ever made to my truck!
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Fabbed the mounting bracket up
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