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MG MGF Technical - Heater motor resistor pack
|I have had to replace the resistor pack on my SO's MG-R 25. I'm sure you already know this by now, but the fragile windings are now ceramic coated on one side.|
Part number is JGH10002. Dealer tells me they have 15 in stock, but the new ones are better and longer lasting, and does a steady trade in replacements!!
Tell me if I'm wrong, but the heater unit should be the same as the TF?
|Heater Box is different, of course.|
But the outer shape of JGH1002 looks different larger to the MGF/TF JGM100060 resistor pack.
Worth to investigate IMO, but the R25 pack is 5 quid more.
- Resistor values ?
- connector positions and shape
- bolt hole measures
Outer shape could probabbly get reworked to fit the MGF mount.
Please let us know what you can find.
|Hmmm. I'll try and take a picture tomorrow of the old one, the new one went on tonight.|
I'm OK with spanners, not so good with trickey things like PC's!!
some more of the MGF/TF R-pack are here.
May be you can take some measures and do a hand drawing ?
I've got the JGM100060 in my spares bin and will try to take the same measure locations next weekend.
|Access from the passenger footwell?|
|See if this works!|
4 pin plug, may be different, resistance seems the same. Pins marked M1, M2, Hi, Lo. Flange needs trimming. Rectangular insert is 7.0cm x 4.0cm, holes centres are 8.3cm.
|Well done first step :)|
"secured" to http://www.mgfcar.de/heater/jerry_herbert_JGH10002.jpg
I hope to find the time to measure the other until I leave for hols.
Anyone else, though ?
This thread was discussed between 08/12/2005 and 13/12/2005
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