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  1. Hello I have a TR250 with twin SU carbs. The existing choke cable does not function correctly (perhaps it is an original TR250 twin cable that is not compatible with SU's). One of the cables is too short, and the other one has a 90 degree tube bend in it, so currently only one cable operating the choke, and the springs are not strong enough to return the choke to rest. So I have to do it manually! Any idea's which choke cable part number would be correct for this, and is there a special fitting that guides the cable sheath into the brass carb fitting so that there is not so much friction
  2. Just to follow up, thanks for the info. New voltage stabilizer has fixed the issue, but now the speedo cable has given up!! So that is the next job :-)
  3. ok great thanks. TR250. I had assumed they would be the same! Thank you
  4. Does anybody know where this is located? Cannot find it under the bonnet or in the in the footwell, so I guess it is behind the dash (but cannot see it!)
  5. Does anybody know where this is located? Cannot find it under the bonnet or in the in the footwell, so I guess it is behind the dash (but cannot see it!)
  6. Does anybody know where this is located? Cannot find it under the bonnet or in the in the footwell, so I guess it is behind the dash (but cannot see it!)
  7. Hello TR250. I have no power to the fuel gauge and temperature sensor. Just tested the lights and the brake lights are not working. (not sure if related to a recent loss of brake pressure - I can hear a vacuum noise) Fuses are fine. Indicators / reverse lights are fine. Any quick obvious thoughts before I spend time looking for the circuit fault? Thanks Steve
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