Brake pipes to Servo (8 replies)
Please can anyone post a photo showing or comment on the original factory configuration for the fixing of the brake pipes to the servo on a MK2 'S' with hydrolastic suspension, I have seen three different installation methods for the pipes which is very confusing, all as described below.
1/ Pipes secured together on the face of the flitch panel adjacent to the servo with a screw fixed purpose made metal clip, original part number 2H400.
2/ Pipes secured together in mid air above the servo with the same clip but with the addition of a metal base plate to form a clamp arrangement to contain the two pipes.
3/ Pipes not secured together, in mid air above the servo.
Here is a pic of my engine bay. Ive owned the Car since 1971 and the pipes are still the original ones. Hope it helps.
The photo really helps me, just one question, do you know the part number for the steel bridging piece that ties the pipes together above the servo on your car as I am struggling to find it in the 3509 parts manual, the only part for securing the servo pipes is the 2H400 which is noted as being screw fixed to the flitch panel, do you know if the fitting on your car the same the part?
Hi John, I think I have a couple in my cave. Let me look for you. Roland
found them, but Ive also found out a place that sells them! try this web address : http://www.leacyclassics.com/2h400.html
Thanks for the info but I managed to get a pair from Catmint.
Now Im after something. MK II "S" Im after the fresh air hose from the heater thru the bulkhead and then the "reducer" goes inside it. Does anyone have one, or whats the part number ? Ta...R
The pipe in my 69s is the plastic wire reinforced type, I think the original part number is 14A 9980, it's about 30" long from the heater to the reducer.