[ROVERNET - UK] Rovernet still alive?
marc.stainier at belgacom.net
Fri Feb 18 11:44:45 GMT 2005
I think you're better, after oil and filter changed, to flush your oil
system with a "Liqui Moly" product or another good product.
I've done it several times with all my cherished oldtimers and I've reach
The only thing is to strictly follow all the prescriptions at each steps
and, after all, change oil and filter one more time at 500 Miles max.
Greetings from Belgium
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[mailto:rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com]De la part de Fritz
Envoye : vendredi 18 fevrier 2005 11:58
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Objet : Re: [ROVERNET - UK] Rovernet still alive?
Need more info. Did the high OP begin with the oil & filter change? If so,
trash the filter & get another. If it still runs high, there could be a
trouble) or (& not likely) the oil could be off viscosity. The filter is
unless it was running high before the recent lube change.
Ray Wilkins wrote:
> Is everybody still out there in Roverland? I haven't had anything for 3
> days or is it my ISP?
> Anyway to kick things off. I am experiencing high oil pressure in my
> 1976 P6B. When I say high, I mean that at idle it hovers on 30PSI (quite
> acceptable) but on acceleration it rises to 40/50PSI but will reduce
> when I reduce revs and it always returns to 30 at idle. I have just
> replaced the oil and filter but nothing has changed. Any ideas?
> Ray Wilkins
> Melbourne Australia
> 1976 P6B
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