T50 – A Few Short Tips

by George Roberts in the January 1982 RootesReview: Several short tech tips come to mind from my experience rebuilding my own Tiger Mark IA and a Tiger Mark II for another chap. Hopefully, this information will spare you… Read More

C46 – Solution to Faulty Valve Spring Design

by Dave Lawler in the January 1982 RootesReview: Elnore’s “Orange Blossom Special” missed its first United this year because of a failure of the valve train the night before leaving for Savannah. I have been fighting the resolution… Read More

M48 – Front Turn Signal / Parking Light Assembly

by T. T. Cantwin in the September 1982 RootesReview: Series IV, V and all Tigers have front turn signal/parking light (side and flasher lamp) assemblies (T/PLA) which somewhere in their lifetime haunt us to death. Of course, we… Read More

N57 – Survival Tactics for Your Air Cleaner

by: Rich Bakula in the August 1982 RootesReview: Within the past year, I successfully completed another project. It was the restoration of my air cleaner’s metal housing which some of the TE/AE United V attendees may have seen… Read More

T49 – Body and Engine Plate Information

from the April 1982 RootesReview: Q: What do the letters after the chassis number signify? A:  These letters give information on the way the car was equipped by the factory, where it was intended for sale, and what… Read More

M47 – Tiger Alternator Conversion I

in the June 1982 RootesReview: A number of people have written asking for information on how to convert from a generator to an alternator. Although this is not a difficult conversion, I felt the length of the answer… Read More

B20 – Water Pump Removal Procedures

by Paul Burr in the April 1982 RootesReview: I recently changed the water pump in my Tiger and would like to share this information with you. At first glance, getting the thing out looked like a nasty job,… Read More

K28 – How to Remove Broken Bleeder Screws

by Gary Durborow and Tom Ehrhart in the April 1982 RootesReview: Many Sunbeam owners have discarded wheel cylinders and clutch slave cylinders needlessly because the bleeder screws broke off while trying to remove them. For the most part,… Read More

N56 – Releasing a Locked Hood

By Steve Werrel in the May 2007 RootesReview: For my first contribution I would like to provide an answer to Jim Andersons question on how to release a locked hood or as we call them over here a… Read More

M46 – Electric Windshield Washer Control

by Tod Brown in the May 2007 RootesReview: The original windshield washer setup on our cars requires that you manually push a pump mechanism to get washer fluid onto the screen. However, as I got older and lazier,… Read More