Category Archives: Disassembly
Removed all the electronic components from the automatic transmission before taking it to be rebuilt.
Continued disassembling the engine. Pulled the head off, everything looks good Disassembling the head getting it ready to take to the machinists. Valve lifters removed and stored in oil.
Worked on disassembling the engine today. Got up to the point where the next thing to do is remove the head.
This is the state of the door lock before removal. It is quite a fiddly job because all the linkages need to be removed. This is the result. The door lock and locking solenoid in one piece, and the handle … Continue reading
As with most disassembly tasks the TSRM provides a fairly good guide, but misses some details. Before you can get the glass out, all the external window trim and the side mirror attachment need to be removed. To do this … Continue reading
Here is the front bumper disassembled. The external plastic bumper is in much better condition than the metal sub-structure which will need to be cleaned and then rebuilt. Shows 1980′s plastic is superior to 1980′s metal. The trim will need … Continue reading
Removed the drive shaft and exhaust today. Both look in good condition. It seems like some of the exhaust has been replaced since the MZ12 arrived in Australia as the muffler is a Lukey. Considering getting GReddy Trust header, for … Continue reading
Finished the removal of the wiring loom this evening. There must be about 10Kg of wiring loom in total. I wonder if there is some way to simplify this? The dash space is so empty when the wiring loom has … Continue reading
Badged my own car. Also finished removing all wiring and hardware from the boot.