TECH TALK  - Page 5

Page 1 - Transistorization of SU Fuel Pump

Page 3 - Australian MG Register

Page 5 - Lucas Info - Starter motors, Polarisation of Dynamos, MGB Circlip

Page 7 - Starter fitted to BMC MK II

Page 9 - How to Develop the MGC for Everyday Use

Page 2 - One Grease Nipple  - Two Destinations 

Page 4 - Lucas Info - Wiring, MGA Wiper Motors, Wear in Lucas Eclipse Drives MGB MK II

Page 6 - Lucas Info - Bearing Replacement, Alternator models for MG's,

Page 8 - Fitting Mazda seats to a Mark II MGB Roadster

Page 10 - LUCAS Distributors, Why they need to be remapped.

Page 11 - Air Conditioning your B-GT, C-GT, or B- GTV8

Page 13 - Polaris HUD Display Speedometer

Page 12 - Electric Power Steering for MGA, MGB & MGC

Page 14 - Know Your Tyres

Page 15 - Replacing a 12 volt battery with the latest technology Century Battery.

MGB   X418G Starter Part No25555  - Replacement Circlip (dated Apr 1966)

Following investigation into reports or noisy starter drives on MGB sports cars, a revised circlip has been designed to held the barrel locking nut into the pinion and barrel assembly.

The new circlip Pt No 5424-551 has a single wave form and should be used as a replacement whenever complaints of noisy starters are received.

Starters will shortly be manufactured with this circlip incorporated and these can be recognized by a suffix advanced to ‘F’ after the starter part number.

The circlip must be assembled with the wave and two ends pointing towards the barrel (see illustration).

Note: The ends of the circlip must not be visible in the slips of on the barrel when it is assembled.

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