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Miscellaneous > Jensen Healey on Top Gear (4 replies - 5764 views)

I edited it all together cause separate bits were annoying: http://www.theymightberacing.com/videos   Jody ...   08-09-2010 04:31 am

Electrical & Instruments > Decent wiring diagram (13 replies - 12409 views)

Gary, If Greg doesn't host them I'll be happy to put a copy up on my web site.   Jody ...   07-08-2010 09:20 pm

Electrical & Instruments > Decent wiring diagram (13 replies - 12409 views)

Also, keep in mind the vin of your car. The later JH5's had the GT wiring harness. Lots of extra wires. There's a GT wiring diagram ...   07-07-2010 07:22 am

Electrical & Instruments > Alternator overcharging (3 replies - 4368 views)

Step 1. Get a proper volt meter on there and measure the voltage. Those smiths gauges are not always accurate. Then let us know if ...   07-07-2010 07:19 am

Brakes > front rotor thickness (17 replies - 10716 views)

Art, Some will hear what I say and scream bloody murder. But if it's just a little bit of surface rust, knock it back with fine ...   06-16-2010 04:01 am

Fuel Stuff > Fuel Tank and Sender (6 replies - 7873 views)

I remember alternate fuel senders being discussed. I don't remember anyone actually successfully installing one. The scrwey thing with the JH is the location of ...   06-09-2010 01:51 pm

Miscellaneous > For Discussion: Future collectable value of Jensen Healeys (4 replies - 6844 views)

So I like to look at these sorts of things periodically. It also suprises me when I realize how long I've owned some of these ...   05-27-2010 03:09 pm

Engine & Transmission > How to get access to tighten exhaust manifold nuts? (3 replies - 8099 views)

This is one of those wonderfully fun jobs, generally exacerbated by PO wonking. Ironically, I was just writing in a notebook today that holds my diagrams ...   05-12-2010 11:54 pm

Body & interior stuff > Help with interior trim panels (8 replies - 5508 views)

Hey Mike, You'll get a faster response if you email. jodyfkerr@gmail.com   Jody ...   05-12-2010 07:14 pm

Body & interior stuff > Help with interior trim panels (8 replies - 5508 views)

Mike,   The guys at Delta Motorosports have precut boards and such for doing interior panels. It's not hard to make, but requires some patience and, if ...   05-12-2010 03:20 pm

Brakes > Pedalbox rebuild (13 replies - 6562 views)

Hey Art, Been meaning to respond to your other email. As to the pedal box, I've BTDT, so if you need help disassembling it give me ...   05-04-2010 02:40 pm

Body & interior stuff > Pedal extensions (3 replies - 3032 views)

I've heard of them, never seen them. If anyone has ever seen them I'd love to see photos. ...   03-05-2010 02:11 pm

Engine & Transmission > Transmission Rear Oil Seal Leaking (1 reply - 2619 views)

If you're talking about the rear seal that goes around the drive shaft mating point it's actually not too bad. You need to pull the ...   02-03-2010 03:48 am

Carburetors > Dellorto question (4 replies - 3665 views)

Rebuilding carburettors is a dark hole of despair for the uninitiated. I'd strongly recommend trying/tuning them before you yank them for rebuild. ...   11-23-2009 05:47 pm

Engine & Transmission > Jensen Healey factory exhaust headers (8 replies - 4904 views)

I might have a taker on at least the outer header. A local fellow has one that's quite badly cracked on a car he's trying ...   11-04-2009 07:54 pm

Engine & Transmission > Jensen Healey factory exhaust headers (8 replies - 4904 views)

I start with quality. I'm certain that 30 years ago, when these were new from the factory that the exhaust manifolds were perfectly adequate. Not ...   11-04-2009 02:51 am

Engine & Transmission > Exhaust system replacement (27 replies - 18720 views)

There was no heat deflector on the Jensen-Healey, there was, however, one on the Jensen GT. That car was intended to have a bit more ...   10-20-2009 09:26 pm

Cooling > Still Running Hot! (17 replies - 15055 views)

Best prices on Spitfire bits is generally http://www.spitbits.com I buy all the parts for Mum's Spitfire from there. Jody ...   10-09-2009 01:50 am

Suspension > Winter projects: front wheel bearings, differential seal. (5 replies - 4882 views)

If you're going to go to all the trouble, I'd also do the seals in the axles. When those go, oil leaks out and causes ...   10-05-2009 09:48 pm

Engine & Transmission > Rear main seal and other oil leaks -- tips? (8 replies - 7190 views)

Edward, One of the absolute best oil leak diagnostics is to clean your engine and undercarriage before putting it in the garage for the winter. When ...   10-05-2009 09:45 pm

Miscellaneous > Jensen Healeys needed at St Regis, Dana Point Car Event, Sunday Oct. 4 (6 replies - 4016 views)

Very cool! And despite the millions of dollars worth of cars, the dog appears unimpressed. :) ...   10-05-2009 05:40 pm

Miscellaneous > English Motors at Fairbrook Farm, San Diego, CA (6 replies - 4883 views)

Hey Brett, I know. And I'm going to miss the West even this year. :( I'll make it next year though!   Jody ...   10-04-2009 02:50 pm

Ignition > Dead electrics and starting problems (14 replies - 9607 views)

Jarnol123, I would also double check the wiring for the ignition. I found on my JH before I replaced the wiring that it would die on ...   10-04-2009 03:59 am

Miscellaneous > English Motors at Fairbrook Farm, San Diego, CA (6 replies - 4883 views)

Hey Greg, Looks like fun! I am impressed that there were 3 running JH's all together at the same time. Best I've seen before this is ...   10-02-2009 03:57 pm

Fuel Stuff > fuel gauge (12 replies - 10818 views)

Kurt, I'm very much waffling on Jensen West this year. I've got a 9month old, a big merger at work, and an incomplete car. We thought ...   09-25-2009 03:21 pm

Fuel Stuff > fuel gauge (12 replies - 10818 views)

Heh, I don't know half as much as people think I do, I just have happened to had the opportunity to have already muddled through ...   09-24-2009 09:26 pm

Fuel Stuff > fuel gauge (12 replies - 10818 views)

Well, it's up to you really. If you normally garage your car for the winter, then that's definitely the time to do it. What I ...   09-24-2009 12:17 am

Fuel Stuff > fuel gauge (12 replies - 10818 views)

Jim @ Delta doesn't have any, last time I checked (I need one for one of my project cars). The problem with the senders is getting ...   09-20-2009 07:25 pm

Fuel Stuff > fuel gauge (12 replies - 10818 views)

You'll want to check the wiring and the fuel sender. Generally the problem isn't the gauge, but the sender. And, good luck finding a new ...   09-20-2009 07:13 pm

Engine & Transmission > Speedometer wont work (2 replies - 2505 views)

Brian, Have you tried disconnecting it at the transmission? It's very likely that the internal cable has snapped somewhere along the assembly. The easiest way to ...   09-06-2009 03:09 pm

Cooling > Where are the vent hose outlets on the heater (6 replies - 6369 views)

Here's more than you probably ever wanted to know about the heater assembly: http://www.theymightberacing.com/Projects/FrameOff/JH74G/HeaterAssemblyRestoration.aspx   Jody ...   09-05-2009 02:17 pm

Ignition > pertronics or new points? (1 reply - 3210 views)

Points and electronic conversion produce the exact same effect when the points are new. The difference is really that as the points wear, their efficiency ...   08-30-2009 04:37 am

Fuel Stuff > Fuel Sender Unit is shot (5 replies - 5765 views)

oh, ok, well that's a different scenario. :) ...   08-28-2009 02:11 am

Fuel Stuff > Fuel Sender Unit is shot (5 replies - 5765 views)

Yes, but you have to remember that the JH draws it's fuel through the sender, which the MG one does not. It may be that ...   08-27-2009 11:26 pm

Fuel Stuff > Fuel Sender Unit is shot (5 replies - 5765 views)

I'm actually working through the same thing right now. The fuel sender for my project car is toast, and well, replacements are rarer than hens ...   08-27-2009 07:42 pm

Body & interior stuff > door noise (1 reply - 2519 views)

My doors make a very satisfying clunk when I close them. No dynamat, windows installed (and refreshed). I found what make the biggest difference was ...   08-26-2009 01:50 am

Suspension > Steering problem (13 replies - 7520 views)

*Please* don't go grinding on your motor! Is the slack vertical or rotational? The steering shafts have a bunch of crap rubber bits in them that break ...   08-07-2009 01:59 pm

Suspension > Steering problem (13 replies - 7520 views)

With the jack under the engine and the motor mounts loose it'll life the engine, not the car. The whole intent is to add a ...   07-27-2009 05:56 pm

Suspension > Steering problem (13 replies - 7520 views)

Well, first thing you need to do is determine if it's hitting on the upper knuckle. You'll require an assistant to turn the wheel while ...   07-27-2009 02:29 pm

Suspension > Steering problem (13 replies - 7520 views)

How are your engine mounts? Have you shifted the position of the engine at all recently? If the engine is flexing too much or is angled ...   07-27-2009 02:14 pm


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