I am trying to source feed and return fuel pipes for my 3.6 coupe; part numbers CAC5343 and CBC9464, these are the two long fuel lines that travel the whole length of the car and over the rear axle(both of which are no longer available). Has anyone found a supplier for these pipes or know of anyone producing bespoke fuel pipes. I am based in North Wales. Thank you for any help suggestions you can provide.
On a recent trip to France, whilst stuck in heavy traffic on a very hot day, the temperature gauge went up from its normal "halfway between the C and N" to above the N, and on stopping, the water pressure was too much for the header tank pressure cap and a lot of coolant issued from the overflow tank in the n/s/f inner wing. I think it would be sensible to flush the system using Forte rad flush and then remove the radiator and get it professionally flushed or recored. Can I remove the radiator without having to depressurize the air-con, and remove the condenser in order to get the radiator to lift out? i would like to do this whilst the car is laid up for the winter and, where we live with the car on a SORN, getting to an aircon specialist legally is all but impossible, so i would like to do it myself. But only if I can leave the air-con as is and wriggle the rad out of the car. Your advice would be invaluable and much appreciated. Thank you, Michael Harcourt