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Old 10th September 2019, 15:59   #111
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Don't know if it has already been posted, a search of Jaguar, Adjuster and cog didn't throw up anything..................The headlight adjuster cogs are the same as those used on the Jaguar X type.

There is a full kit to repair x type headlights, in my case the adjusters were fine, but the cogs had gone brittle - luckily you can buy the cogs on their own.

There is also a bodge that can get you out of trouble if your cogs give up the ghost and you need a quick solution - fit a connector block to the end of the adjuster rod where the cog would normally sit

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rover-75-...53.m1438.l2649
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Old 11th September 2019, 20:11   #112
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Problem is did the pump work and is it still working after two years ? was it an OEM pump, was it the same as Jules uses ?
Yes that is a difficult question to answer as the OP seems to have vanished.
However that list is handy because it doesn't necessarily take you to the same make of pump the OP used.

It just lists the users of the same type of pump. Queries with any of the trade outlets to names on the list might come up with a satisfactory pump of another make.--( Maybe. Lol. )
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Old 12th September 2019, 12:15   #113
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Yes that is a difficult question to answer as the OP seems to have vanished.
However that list is handy because it doesn't necessarily take you to the same make of pump the OP used.

It just lists the users of the same type of pump. Queries with any of the trade outlets to names on the list might come up with a satisfactory pump of another make.--( Maybe. Lol. )
Hi, to answer your queries, yes the pump still works after 2 years & its not noisy.
Unfortunately I cannot remember the ebay seller or the brand of the pump but it was made in Germany.
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Old 12th September 2019, 13:51   #114
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Hi, to answer your queries, yes the pump still works after 2 years & its not noisy.
Unfortunately I cannot remember the ebay seller or the brand of the pump but it was made in Germany.[/QUOTE
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Hi Stevie.
You may find the seller still in your purchase history on ebay.
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Are there any alternative Drop Links that can be found on other cars That can be used on the ZT/75 ?
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Old 14th September 2019, 10:14   #116
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Hi John.--You might get better results by asking that question as a new post in the Technical Help section.---
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