mikegamble wrote:Can they be reconditioned?
mikegamble wrote:Any thoughts?
I could do with ordering it tomorrow if I can find a supplier.
oops, crossover from another threaddonkeyotty wrote:mikegamble wrote:Can they be reconditioned?
Nope, just easier to fit a new one or have one in the boot.
The Andy bracket is basically a replacement for the standard bracket that the CPS sits on, it alters the timing and apparently makes for a faster and more efficient car
mikegamble wrote:I need to take the car back into the garage next week to have a final snag with the brakes sorted.
After having the new reservoir sorted there was a huge improvement but, initially when starting the car, I had to wait for a minute for the ABS and brake light to go out and then she was fine.
However, when driving around town and continuously braking, the warning light comes back on and the brakes loose efficiency.
In light of this, I’m going to get the pump changed as I’m guessing it’s leaking?
I’ve had a look on the Jaguar classic parts and it appears that the ABS pump under the reservoir is NLA but, it seems that there is a kit of washers and seals - will this resolve the problem?
If not, where can I get a new pump from?
katar83 wrote:I'm sure it can be fixed but since yours an early car I'd ditch the hydraulic stuffs since its now failing and replace it with a bit more modern system from here: