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Kipper

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  • Birthday 02/22/1962

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  1. Kipper

    Dash Cluster

    Thank you Del, I will go digging this weekend. Based on your description is it correct to assume that the top left corner that is loose on mine is out of its retaining clips or position by what you have described it is only the thumb screws at the bottom that retain the binnacle? Kipper
  2. Hi Members, I have a loose gauge cluster panel no my 02 Murci, can someone help to point me with a description on how to get to the gauge cluster without breaking things it is loose on the top left corner Kipper
  3. Thanks Whiteout Really helpful i will work on this using 19 inch wheels, I think i can get a range of Cup2 tyres that will work this ratio Thank you very much Also can you confirm how much longer it will be before you will have 02 ignition coils ready to ship? Kipper
  4. Hello Members, can someone please assist. I understand that the tyre topic has been done to death but can someone please give me a simple direction on which tyres to install on my 02 Murci Currently have original speedline wheels 18" do not want to use Rosso tyres, (even though i can buy them i dont like them) I am told that i cannot get Corse system tyres here in Australia? Option with change of wheels given to me is 255/35/19 front & 345/30/19 Rear difference is 28.5mm roll out Original combo is 29.5mm? roll out I would like to retain the original 18" wheel if possible If i have to go for different combination what roll out difference can i get away with using 4WD Your suggestions will be appreciated Kipper
  5. Thanks Kaliturbo, I will try to send Whiteout a PM hope it works? Hi Whiteout if you read this post can you please send me a pm if you don't receive mine, i will be in and out of the office over the next week however i will get back to you ASAP Thanks again to all Kipper
  6. Hi members, I suspect that i am having ignition coil problems with my 2002 Murci, it has been sitting around a lot over the last 3 years and i took it out for a run yesterday, after a short stint it started to miss and go down on 1 or 2 cylinders, missing and popping sometimes I have changed some ignition cios 6-7 years ago with originals coils due to a similar problem. I am now surprised that the same problem has come back after only doing say 4-4000 miles I have read in previous posts that White out has converted 640 coils which are apparently much better? What should i do Kipper
  7. Hi Double, Thanks for your feed back, it appears i can get Corse tyres at the moment, Can you advise me as to whether the Corse are better than the Rosso? What i found with the Rosso's was they would not provide any feel and when you hit the limit no warning they just let go. Kipper
  8. Hi Jon I understand that you have looked at all the Murci tyre combinations for the early Murci in 4WD configuration Here in Aus it has been indicated to me that i can get the Pirelli Corsa sizes at 335/30/18 and the front at 245/35/18 the rears are directional and the fronts Bi, can you please answer the following questions Am I missing something as you indicate that you cannot get the Pirelli tyres in this sizing in the States Are the Corsa tyres better than the Rosso? I found the Rosso to be unpredictable (no feel then they let go) what do you think What other options do I have as a standard set up (wish to keep original early wheels) What would you do in my position Your feed back will be appreciated Kipper
  9. Kipper

    Pics!

    Hi Double, Have you been able to find or reproduce the original logos? Kipper
  10. I also had this problem and what it turned out to be is that the starter is full of clutch crap and it prevents the throw out unit from freely extending allowing the solenoid contacts from engaging the starter. Remove the starter and have is cleaned out and you should be fine, also note that you can remove the starter with the motor in place you just need to be creative with the tools and very small hands helps to put the top bolt back in Good luck Kipper
  11. Kerlop, If not too late i would get your flywheel and pressure plate balanced before you install it Kipper
  12. Kipper

    02 Murci

    I guess it would be you would just have to trace the outputs to the door locks and ignition immobilizer. I did consider this but decided not to bother as the alarm unit at approx $1200 although insane for what it is I thought it best to keep this original As tpamurci previously posted the problem is the fuel solenoids that cannot be paired if you don't have the PIN Card At $1800 each it was recommended to me to delete the fuel solenoids as they apparently can leak very easily and are the cause of many Murci fires? Keep well Kipper
  13. Kipper

    02 Murci

    An Update on my progress to resolve this problem I removed the battery 2 weeks ago and installed the new battery I was certain that the original battery was OK but put a new one in anyway. After installing the battery i tried the Fob's and no go i tried several times and also tried holding the Fob's close to the center consul ect and after several attempts bingo the alarm operated, after running and stopping i went back and the alarm would not work again I went back 1 hour later and the alarm worked. I am sure that i will need to replace the alarm module, don't want to end up stranded away from home,here goes 4-5 K with the fuel locks Thanks all for your guidance along the way Kipper
  14. Kipper

    02 Murci

    Thank you to all that have posted some suggestions on what i should do I will be away for 10 days as soon as I arrive back I will change Battery and Fob Batteries and see what happens????? in the meantime i will leave the battery isolated As soon as I have done so I will post my results, unfortunately i have been so busy i have not been able to get the time to at least replace the battery Drive safe and i will be back soon Thanks Kipper
  15. Kipper

    02 Murci

    Hello tpamurci No I dont have the Pin Card (Crap) Can you explain the function and location of the Immobilizer? I assume the ECU behind the radio is the Brain and the Immobilizer is another control module that talks to the ECU? Is it the immobilizer that stops the ignition and cuts out fuel pump operation, does it do any other complex functions? Also I note that when i isolated the battery and put it back on the car went into alarm when i opened the door and would stop when i put the key into the ignition, does this indicate anything to you? Where is the Immobilizer located? Thank you for you input Kipper
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