These stainless steel bolts are to replace A Plus bolts used on the heater tap but will fit all earlier models making removal easier.supplied as a pair only
Once the old type alloy heater valve on the head was discontinued in 1990 for the plastic free floating inline type this take off union was fitted in its place on A series engine cars for use with the larger 5/8" hose. Uses 88G221 gasket
This is the specially made grommet which fits into the body to allow the 1/2" heater hose to go through the body on the right hand side of the bulk head panel, as fitted originally on Mk3 shells to 1989 with round holes in the body as opposed to elongated holes on later shells which then took 5/8"heater hose and used 2 ofCLP6235 on the left hand side of...
From 1989 until the introduction of the twin point injection cars, Rover fitted this in line floating heater valve which was the first time they never bolted the heater valve as a direct outlet on the cylinder head. A strange looking black plastic valve to control the water to the heater.
The latest models of the Mini, YES there are few in this country and South America, use this strange looking valve to control the water ato the heater!