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by bonnietiler
12 Jul 2020 17:38
Forum: TR7
Topic: Brake switch washer position?
Replies: 3
Views: 1028

Brake switch washer position?

I have lost both rear brake lights, I have removed the switch under the brake pedal and cleaned it to little effect, I replaced same and not altogether surprisingly had exactly the same result, nothing, I have ordered a new switch but when mine came off , it kind of fell off and I notice an interest...
by bonnietiler
07 May 2020 10:20
Forum: TR7
Topic: TR7 Replacement Soft-Top Vinyl if poss best quality
Replies: 4
Views: 1746

TR7 Replacement Soft-Top Vinyl if poss best quality

I'm looking to replace the soft top in black and want Original quality if possible?

Do I have many options ...UK based

Cheers
Brian
by bonnietiler
10 Feb 2020 20:42
Forum: TR7
Topic: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG
Replies: 20
Views: 7056

Re: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG

The Switch worked fine and the fusebox worked when given 12v so the fault lay between the Ignition switch junction box and the fusebox, so I connected a wire from the ignition switch directly to the fusebox, bypassing the break as it were and everything is fully functional now, although I am buying ...
by bonnietiler
05 Feb 2020 18:21
Forum: TR7
Topic: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG
Replies: 20
Views: 7056

Re: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG

All fully functioning now..many thanks for all tips and suggestions
Regards
Brian
by bonnietiler
03 Feb 2020 15:16
Forum: TR7
Topic: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG
Replies: 20
Views: 7056

Re: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG

Right then...been outside had yet another check all to no avail, however in my changing the fuses...again...I accidentally bridges Battery control to Ignition control...everything came on...please explain and is there a fix that might get me mobile given these circumstances?
by bonnietiler
02 Feb 2020 17:42
Forum: TR7
Topic: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG
Replies: 20
Views: 7056

Re: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG

thanks for the reply, yes,i swapped the switch..but no luck so far
by bonnietiler
02 Feb 2020 09:02
Forum: TR7
Topic: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG
Replies: 20
Views: 7056

Re: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG

I haven't..its the fact that I have clearly lost all the functions that normally apply to the white wire from the ignition..no warning lights, fan motor, indicators, ignition, that is flummoxing me to be honest as I say if this was a Motorcycle that the killswitch was on or the sidestand was down it...
by bonnietiler
01 Feb 2020 09:13
Forum: TR7
Topic: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG
Replies: 20
Views: 7056

Re: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG

Thanks for the help so far, when the problem occurs I lose the radio the indicators and the warning lights, when it last worked 2 days ago I noticed that the Voltage meter was very low just before cutout and I recall this on previous occasions, I did change the alternator back in November and I know...
by bonnietiler
23 Jan 2020 18:06
Forum: TR7
Topic: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG
Replies: 20
Views: 7056

Re: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG

Again, it stopped working but after a rest recovered...I lose some of the warning lights ie the ones that come on when the ignition is switched prior to engaging the starter motor, that is the oil and ignition lights, my thoughts are that I have a fault within the ignition switch, the reason why it ...
by bonnietiler
23 Jan 2020 11:38
Forum: TR7
Topic: Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG
Replies: 20
Views: 7056

Not about a TR7 But Help required STAG

I use a Stag Automatic as my daily driver ( I need the rear seats for Grand-Children)and for over 3 years perfect, the other day at a set of Traffic lights Ignition cuts totally, no warning lights but the HeadLights work, Starter Motor works but zero ignition, after a few minutes it comes back...Out...
by bonnietiler
23 Dec 2019 08:43
Forum: TR7
Topic: Soft top roof advice appreciated
Replies: 1
Views: 1787

Soft top roof advice appreciated

Hi Guys am thinking of a swap in the roof dept. In the New Year, I prefer original vinyl, best quality available to be honest, I'm reasonably handy so is it an easy fit or is it like my Stag! Also any recommendations, are any like original or are some better? Many thanks Happy Xmas and a prosperous ...
by bonnietiler
29 Aug 2019 11:04
Forum: TR7
Topic: Triumph TR7 - Kenlowe Fan Problem
Replies: 1
Views: 1870

Triumph TR7 - Kenlowe Fan Problem

Hi there, no problems for the 2 years since I fitted the Kenlowe, but this AM it was clear that the fan was not functioning,either automatically or via the manual override. I checked the fuse which had indeed blown, I replaced this and whilst it has functioned beautifully for 24 hours ie not blown a...
by bonnietiler
04 Apr 2019 15:04
Forum: TR7
Topic: RELAY..Low fuel? BDS 1004 Giving grief
Replies: 6
Views: 3521

RELAY..Low fuel? BDS 1004 Giving grief

I have this relay under the steering wheel just taped in there.
It has started effecting the Indicators..strange I know.
It is a Smiths Relay/switch Stamped BDS 1004
Connections include an earth
double green
Green/Brown
Brown/Green.
I cant find any details of the rascal
Any help much appreciated
by bonnietiler
22 Nov 2018 13:16
Forum: TR7
Topic: New front Brakes Wilwood?? TR7V8
Replies: 12
Views: 4989

New front Brakes Wilwood?? TR7V8

Now I run 2 "Classic" triumphs. My Tr7 V8 and a Triumph Stag as my daily driver ( covered 12k in 2 years) The brakes on the Stag are a little wooden (TR8 Calipers I believe) so I'm thinking of fitting a MUCH Improved set up to My TR7 V8 and transferring the Princess 4 pots and DS2500 Ferod...
by bonnietiler
24 Oct 2018 09:59
Forum: TR7
Topic: Front Shock Gaiter Fitment
Replies: 4
Views: 2755

Front Shock Gaiter Fitment

Now I'm going to rebuild my front shocks, generally tart them up a bit (technical term) On having a looksee at the schematics it seems that we fit the Gaiter to the top feed it through the spring and squeeze it over the bumpstop and the damper nut and fasten with a cable tie... It looks a little tri...

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