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Thanks guys, I will try them tomorrow, if they need to be shaped I could do it a craft knife, will let you know if it works and post a picture...fingers crossed.
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Quote from: GM
.../...the part you reference is not the same as item 68 in the exploded diagram.../...
They are similar enough to serve the purpose (cushion soft top frame).
If you want to you can modify the shape (cut it)
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Quote from: Dave H
Can’t figure out where these go , anyone have a picture of them fitted and what do they do?.../...
Some info in this previous Forum posting:
https://www.sl113.org/forums/index.php?topic=30224.msg218919#msg218919
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This subject is near and dear to my heart right now - I'm re-doing my soft top.
As you can see, the part you reference is not the same as item 68 in the exploded diagram.
Part 68 is this one, attached. I tried to order the replacement from Niemoeller, and received the part that you reference. They claim it is what MB says is the replacement, but it's obviously not. For the record, other suppliers claim it is the replacement part, too.
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Can’t figure out where these go , anyone have a picture of them fitted and what do they do ?
Item 68 in the second picture.
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Electrical and Instruments / Re: Battery flat - Immobiliser
« Last post by MikeSimon on Today at 17:10:35 »
There are small, inexpensive chargers available (here in the U.S., at least) that have a "desulfating" setting. It will revive deep discharged batteries in most cases.
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General Discussion / Re: steering box
« Last post by yves on Today at 17:06:32 »
Hi Mauro , i have done that job some months ago with no particular skill but i have specificaly followed the instructions from the forum manual . You must follow the torque rules of each bolt  . Y'll have the link below:

https://www.sl113.org/forums/index.php?topic=29637.0

And keep cool even if you have some issues... ;)
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General Discussion / Re: steering box
« Last post by Pawel66 on Today at 17:01:42 »
No it is not from the power steering but from the steering box. I see some drops coming on the floor and also when you look from the hood of the car it is quite oily the box.

I meant steering box with power steering.
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Electrical and Instruments / Re: Battery flat - Immobiliser
« Last post by Cees Klumper on Today at 15:53:47 »
There is a possibility that your battery has 'expired' since, unless it is a deep-cycle one, it is not made to be fully discharged and sitting for an extended period without any charge can ruin it.
That said, you may be able to bring it back to life with the right charger. I would start with whatever charger you have, after disconnecting the immobilizer (however check the manual for that, if you have it someplace) so the battery is isolated from the car + immobilizer. If that does not produce result (in my experience, a battery may not respond to a charger if totally flat) then a special charger may be needed. I have had good results with my 80 Watt solar panel charger, that for some reason was able to resuccitate flat batteries that other chargers could not. Maybe you can take it to a garage to have them give it a try (although I might not take the additional risk that brings of getting infected).
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Now there's an honest man !

Hope your keeping safe Colin.

Best

Ray
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