Fitted screen washer jets, and the screen vents. Hoping to be able to get the engine out using jacks and scaffold boards, as no hoist available. Eventually took the end off to find that the brush lever assembly had collapsed. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab. Anyway, a squirt of oil under each cog and some twisting and turning and pulling freed up the spindles and got them moving nicely. I have the Lucas DR3A wiper motor that lives in the engine bay and drives the two wipers, single speed.
There is very little information about the actual blower motor, so this was a voyage of discovery.
The MG Experience
I have been slowly restoring my MKII. Back to home page. All water pipes came off easily, and still about a pint of water in the cooling system, beautifully clear blue as well. Started work on the back end, and thought I would see how seized the clutch was! Have prepped up the steering rack, new boots and track rod ends, all cleaned up. Once in place then lots of tightening up all round on the springs, mounting plates, radius arms with jacked up axle.