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Will B posted a topic in Bodywork, Interior and TrimI bought a 1991 mk2f breadvan a month or so ago, it has a few months on its MOT. Upon taking it to a garage to get a fuel leak fixed and some welding looked at it now appears the sills are FUBAR and will require a good bit of welding. I haven,t got a huge budget for this so I am keen to know if I should just cut my losses here and now or if its worth stretching to get a solid little car that can survive a few more years. There was shoddy looking welding visible on the offside rear wheel arch that was done in a small shop in Wales or so I've been told. It passed it's MOT after this welding was done, though I cannot attest to the thoroughness of the test centre. I am very much new to cars and repairs and the like, though I can appreciate that with what little info I can provide it will be hard to give a solid answer. I'm at university currently so sadly cannot get pictures/ a better look at her. I do have a single pic that I took on the ~220 mile trip back home on the day I bought it, so it does still drive, just probably won't pass an MOT. (on an unrelated note I couldnt find a Mk2f breadvan in the drop down menu, It may be me being rubbish so please let me know)
Hi , i have a 1992 mk2f breadvan, 1.0l 5 speed model. I have been having trouble trying to sort out running issues with it. It will start but not tick over very well & when driving on accelerating will sometimes be like a kangaroo juddering untill you stick foot flat on floor. I've replaced the rubber mounting block the injection system sits on, new plugs,leads,dizzy cap,rotor arm, exhaust manifold gasket,inlet manifold gasket, found a couple of split pipes off the air cleaner so replaced also. Drove it yesterday after doing the inlet gasket & cleaning all the electrical connections up & it drove lovely for around 10 mins (5miles or so) but then started to kangaroo again on going through the gears. Did tick over ok tho without cutting out tho. Any ideas ? Dodgy sensor somewhere or coil breaking down once engine is hot ? Might see if i can get it plugged in somewhere to find the fault if not. Any experiences similar or any help would be gratefully received. Thanks