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Old 13 February 2018, 12:14 AM   #91
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Rear bumper off for a clean and inspection.










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You're really make me feel bad about how I'm neglecting my legacy.
That really is in fantastic condition.
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Old 13 February 2018, 11:30 AM   #93
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You're really make me feel bad about how I'm neglecting my legacy.
That really is in fantastic condition.
Stu,

To be honest I am really surprised in the condition myself. Apart from some dust and a small amount of UK road crud everything is pretty good. I get bored, investigate and take stuff apart.

I have managed to down load a number of Service Manuals for the BP/BL Legacy. Drop me a PM and I will send them over if you want them.

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Looking superb Ian , also shows the benefit of a nice garage to keep her dry from the Welsh monsoons we regularly get ��
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Old 13 February 2018, 02:38 PM   #95
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Looking superb Ian , also shows the benefit of a nice garage to keep her dry from the Welsh monsoons we regularly get ��
Hiya butty. Not seen you round for ages. Are you on FB? We have a new group set up. PM and I'll get you in.
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Car does look super clean credit to you man enjoying the thread I must say
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Old 15 February 2018, 09:20 AM   #97
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Plugs in. A bit of swearing, scuffed knuckles and dropped sockets but all went well, the car is running a treat.
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Stu,

To be honest I am really surprised in the condition myself. Apart from some dust and a small amount of UK road crud everything is pretty good. I get bored, investigate and take stuff apart.

I have managed to down load a number of Service Manuals for the BP/BL Legacy. Drop me a PM and I will send them over if you want them.

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Thanks for the offer, I'll just clean out my inbox..
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Plugs in.
Plugs socket and a 19mm on the end. A bit of a fiddle but it works in the end. Get them finger tight as this will ensure they are not cross threading. I used some cloth adhesive tape on the end for grip, then plugged the plug off with long nose pliers.

The Leggy Twinscroll plugs are gapped to 0.65.









Ensure you remove the chassis member protection pad on a Gen 4 it makes it so much more easier.



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Old 16 February 2018, 12:22 AM   #100
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Power steering fluid changed.
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