Discussion in 'New Members' started by Roy, Jul 8, 2006.
Saw them @ Mick Motors but may be out of stock so JKA may have them
Got one from Micks Motors before Bus Stop this year.
Thanks for the photo Geoff. Looks very do-able. I've also got a bit of shed envy. Looks like you're equipped for the task ahead. Did the glass etc come with it? Got a compliance plate (behind the passengers seat on the bulk head) for that sopru roof?
Can anyone inform me what those 2 square holes are for in the seat bulk heads?
Ashtray locations on the microbus
Ah. Thanks. Lots of knowledge here on KC. That's given Newbie bus boy some more info & me too.
Hi David, yeah all the glass came with it. The guy I bought it from guaranteed that everything would be there. Lots of new bits as well ( rubbers sliding glass etc.) and a fully recond 2100 engine. Costly, but a good deal nonetheless. As far as the sheI have a very understanding wife as well (36 years this December).
Not completely a member yet as I do not have a Kombi... YET! Looking to buy one with my wife to live and travel in it for a little while =)
We hope to be part of the club family pretty soon!
Welcome to the Kombi Club Remi!
Not a requirement to actually own a Kombi, to be a “complete member”.... just an added bonus.
Kombi’s do eventually find their owners.
Enjoy the ride.........
Welcome @RemiM ! I hope you find your kombi soon!
Welcome to the KC RemiM .Are you looking for a style of kombi year range etc? Enjoy the journey wherever you kombi might be.
Hi RemiM, welcome to the Kombi Club. Good luck in your search. Kombis tend to find their owners . Cheers
Welcome to KC Tony.
Bit of work in that bus. Labour of love. Sell a KG & make room for a bus.
Hi all Can anyone tell me if the air fan on a 2l kombi motor should run constantly
Absolutely, to cool the engine. The small fan on to of the engine is for the heater with tubes either side, and switches on when the red lever on the RHS on the dash is in the down position. The engine cooling fan is in the middle on the bottom with a plastic guard over it and will run constantly when the engine is on as it is driven from the engine.
That's the heater boost fan and will only switch on when the red lever on the dash is in the down position. The main engine cooling fan is on the bottom with the belt running from it and will run constantly.
Thanks for your help I appreciate it
The alternator bolted above cooling fan is an addition as is the container above the arrow.
That I believe is the exhaust emission pump. My original 77 also had this and was disconnected as it didn't serve much purpose.
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