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hi

 

does anyone know where the indicator flasher unit is located on the munga?

 

thanks

 

alex

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mine is screwed to the top of the bulkhead right up behind the dash its a huge b*****d about four times the size of an austin mini one!!! but mine in operation is really quiet... unlike a mini one's deafening clatter!!!

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the flasher unit is behind the dashboard. But there are some different systems.

 

Original for german cars there was a unit from "SWF Germany", but later, in the 70th the warning flasher was retrofitted in Germany

Now, the owners used some different systems, the German Army used Bosch, others officals used Hella etc.

 

Well, what system is the warning flasher switch? Picture? and the chassis number?

24 Volt?

original tail brake indicator lamp?

Dutch Army car??

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hi

does anyone know if its easy to fit a Volkswagen bettle engine into a munga

 

regards

 

alex

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hi

does anyone know if its easy to fit a Volkswagen bettle engine into a munga

 

regards

 

alex

 

I would have thought a golf diesel engine better...better mpg...I was hoping to fit one into one of my three mungas, but we never seem to get anything finished,...

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hi all

 

where do you get an adaptor plate to fit the golf engine

 

regards

 

alex

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Youl find covertions on eBay de ,but with a 4 cylinder engine the rad will have to move ether by extending the front or putting the rad behind the engine.do a image search for diesel Mungas and you will see some of the problems .There is only about 100 km to spair with my 3cylinder yanmman covertion .

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I have posted a picture of my carb from the munga 1000cc engine, its number is NDIX AU6.

 

does anyone have a breakdown drawing of the set up and what is missing from the threaded hole on the right hand side

 

 

thanks alex

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hi all

 

thanks for the pictures. but i still dont know what goes into the threaded hole on the right hand side.

hopefully this weekend i will get it cleaned up and serviced.

 

Oh and does anyone know if the cylinder head gasket can be re used or do i need to buy a new one?

 

regards

 

alex

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hi all

 

1.) but i still dont know what goes into the threaded hole on the right hand side.

 

2. Oh and does anyone know if the cylinder head gasket can be re used or do i need to buy a new one?

 

regards

alex

 

1.) Please send a photo of the hole. At what point exactly ??

 

2.) It´s not good to use the head gasket at second time

 

Ullrich

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Is it possible please to send a good photo of the right side.

I am interested in the manufacturer's numbers on the engine side panel.

 

-see attachment-

 

Thanks in advance.

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Hi. Took a couple of photos which show what I think is a breather on the carb'.

Hope it helps.Christmas to March 2014 15 061.jpg

Christmas to March 2014 15 062.jpg

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hi

 

'Ruston'. thats it, now i need to see if i have one of these with all the odds and ends i have with the munga.

'Blue cloud' i will look for that number when i get a dry day,

 

 

thanks every one for your help again

 

 

regards

 

 

alex

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hi all

i have now found the missing part in a box of parts.

 

without the help on here it would have been hard to identify the part i was looking for

 

regards

 

alex

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hi

can anyone tell me what this part is and where it goes, i know its attached to the coils , but where do the other parts attach to.

 

 

regards

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hi

 

for user '' the-blue-cloud ''

the only group of numbers i can find where you indicated are 3038 . 20 . 571612.

 

 

regards

 

alex

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hi

can anyone tell me what this part is and where it goes, i know its attached to the coils , but where do the other parts attach to.

regards

alex

 

the resistance with 3 Resistor and replay.

 

The ignition is 12 Volt and only Only for starting a voltage of 24 volts is required. To understand the systems, please translate

 

http://www.munga-ig.de/mungaig/technisches%20Munga%20IG/Schaltsch%FCtz.html

 

Ullrich

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hi

 

for user '' the-blue-cloud ''

the only group of numbers i can find where you indicated are 3038 - 20 ........ 571612.

 

regards, alex

 

well, it`s a car from the dutsch army, with 1000 ccm engine, 24 V, 600 Watt, oliver-green, date of production > 1962,<March 1965, engine with oil injector, electrical petrol-pump.

 

 

To the left would have more numbers be impacted........

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hi all

 

does anyone have a picture or drawing of how the cable fixes to the clutch lever, and what holds the clutch cable outer sheave

regards

 

alex

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Repair manual.....page 101 clutch....??

 

 

Spare parts catalogue, Kapitel 2, clutch, plate 02-2, operating parts....

 

Spare Parts Catalogue

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hi

 

thanks ' the blue cloud '

 

but I don't have a spares list or workshop manual for the munga.

doing this rebuild on a shoe string and a lot of guess work

 

 

regards

 

alex

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