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  • Name
    Tony Muscedere
  • Car
    2002 Esprit #50
  • Location
    Windsor

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  1. Great. I can see it now. To remove headlamp switch. Step 1) remove engine.
  2. I have that part of the manual my question is how does #5 come out?
  3. How did you remove the switches? How does the trim panel come off?
  4. I have fixed a couple now. And for me it was always a slow leak at the compressor shaft on the front of the compressor.
  5. tmusc

    wanted ECU - 2.2SE

    did you ever get a ECU?
  6. Thanks I appreciate it. Should do a group buy on this.
  7. Does anyone have some CAD drawings for the cam locking tools? Looking for crank and cam.
  8. Check to see if your map sensor is plugged in.
  9. I did get it to work, but it was a PITA. I had to force windows to remove the new drivers and replace it with old drivers that i knew would work with the cable. If you need i can forward a copy to you.
  10. No simple way. Its a pain. I think Lotus installed the wiper motor and the foglights first, then built the car around those items. Most of the underside plastic ends up being removed or loosened. If i remember right i started by taken off the left and right side underside shield first then was able to remove the center section.
  11. Wayne, I replaced the compressor on my 2002. The part number is CS0052 from Rock auto at 179 bucks. New not rebuilt. Not worth screwing around with. By the way I replaced the compressor without lifting or touching the engine. Takes patience but can be done. Tony
  12. I was looking at your instructions and they are very helpful. One question though. I dont see the microwave sensor anywhere on these diagrams. Where is it wired to?
  13. There was a very good write up here awhile back on how to replace our system with a TOAD system. Was looking at it my self just to get rid of the cobra. Actually i found the link. Here it is.
  14. I made my own using a 1 1/4" copper DWV pipe. then using something the shape of a cone I flared it by using a hammer and driving the cone into the pipe. worked perfectly.
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