After 25 years of trying to buy it back, I finally succeeded in buying my grandfathers BSA FW32 back. He owned it from 1934 for over 50 years. It was sold to cover his care in old age. I’ve finally got it back - pick it up on Saturday
Just Recently my Hazard switch wouldnt workm but at the time my indicators did work for all of one day, then they stopped working.
i have been all over the relays and fuses and nothing looks abnormal, apart from the black 7 pin relay which i believe works the indicators/hazard, so i thought that was at fault, so i got a replacement and it still doesnt work. ive looked into the solder on the board and both are ok with no cracks.
ive also tried to diagnose all the wiring but im no electrician. theres 2 4 pin connectors on the indicator stalk, the bottom 'GREEN' connector ive worked out does the mainbeams/sides/dipped, but the red connector up top has no power? so i can only presume this works left/right indicator & hazard lights, ive tried looking through the workshop manual but i cant really make sense of it all, oh and theres no power at the indicator electric plugs
im kind of at a loss, anyone else had this problem thats sorted it ?
I need to download an Android app that costs £4.99.
I'm thinking of downloading the Amazon app store and of course creating an account. But can you...
A) Get an Amazon voucher from the high street for £5? B) Use said voucher to then purchase the app?
Also, you don't have to register credit/debit card details with Amazon do you?
The reason why I don't want to create a Google account is because it just seems like a headache when it then comes to things like privacy and just generally having that account linked to the phone etc.
With Amazon it just seems like I could download their store app, create an account, pay for and download the app I need and then forget about it? Like that account wouldn't be so integrated with/tied to the phone from then on?
I hate having to create accounts and remembering passwords just for one-off things!
I'm in the process of fitting a new exhaust manifold. Rad is out, heat shield is loose but I just can't get the lambda sensor to shift. Am I right in believing it is a 22mm spanner and a conventional right hand thread? Any tips gratefully received.
Edit: Ignore - I need a 22mm lambda sensor socket, Doh!!