well, sort of... I opened the manual valve and pushed it up and down a few times, then I filled the pump with fluid, whizzed it up and down a few times on the switch, and it's fine for the time being. I'm guessing it has a small leak at the driver's side ram cos that's where the hydraulic fluid had dumped itself. I'm hoping it'll do for a while. I have a ram but was a bit outfaced by the process of replacing it....
Had the EXH light come on today, it's never done that before. I know its the O2 sensor and at 95k and from Hong Kong, it's probably on it's second at least [they have stringent emissions policy there, even in 1992].. but I need to know how to reset it. I've posted becuase the only ones I found were American and the steering whell is on the other side as you know ;0
Got around to wrapping my head around the ol' freeze the advance with a screw on my turbo dizzy thing from a few weeks ago, remembered why I did it. My throttle body does not have a vac fitting for dizzy, my other throttle bodies on my other 2 T16s provision for that. On frankenblue, it's just blank. You know what I am saying? You've been on this longer than me...but long and short is I bought Banman's c900 as a winter beater. It's began life as a N/A 900S with autobox. as it sits Today it has a 5 speed with EZK and a turbo charger retrofitted. Now if I could hook the advance hose somewhere else? Don't know, you tell me.
I went back and re read what you said about your way and it made sense to me. Saving you the trouble of explaining yourself twice. I am going to look into trying it your way. Frankenblue is my winter beater and I just need it to run at the moment, which it is doing. Can't say my way isn't working though. And yes I did edit it and yes I too read SC from my email pretty often to.