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A final result was the vanquishing of the graunching and ratchetting caused by the incorrect diff lock operation. This had been due to a slightly low output from the RH front ABS sender which was cured by pushing it in a bit. I only checked that sender intending to to the rest later so it was remarkable that I hit the cause first time. An epic indeed!
Before the last part of the saga repairs to the airconditioning were started. Thinking that my normal Aircon man would rather not bugger about with old R12 systems I looked around and found a chap called George who is known as AirCool and does a purely mobile service from Yate near Bristol. A visit was arranged, a large leak in the condenser diagnosed and a quote for a pattern condenser, new receiver/dryer/accumulator, hose ends and RS24 refrigerant (a drop-
The oxygen sensor put up a bit of a fight as it had 17 years worth of corroded in threads on its side. Red heat and a helicoil sorted that one out!
No problems were encountered except for the normal one concerned with paying for the petrol until we had to drive along a long paved road to a campsite in Trier which, together with the enormous, bump stop bashing load of beer and wine, saw off the bearings at the front of the rear suspension "wishbones". Normal Type 44 quattro clonking from the rear suspension resumed!
One of the enhancements perpetrated by a previous owner was the installation of a Momo steering wheel and an adapter boss in place of the genuine wheel. For some reason the perpetrator (or an accomplice) had broken off the indicator cancelling cam from the adapter boss thus explaining the non-