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Used Rover 45 Cowl Top Ventilator Louvre

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About Cowl Top Ventilator Louvre

One of the most important components, whose function is to provide protection to the interior of a car’s engine compartment, is the cowl top panel ventilator. This is a panel that can be found at the bottom of the vehicle’s windscreen in close proximity to where the windscreen wipers are connected to the car. Whilst it is important that the cowl top panel prevents unwanted items of debris, such as mud, leaves and sticks from penetrating the engine compartment it is also important that it permits adequate ventilation.

The 45 Rover driverside cowl top ventilator louvre provides this much needed ventilation on the driver’s side of the vehicle.  It is able to achieve this because the 45  Rover cowl top louvre on the driverside has a set of ventilation grilles cut into it.  These are sufficiently small to prevent objects from getting inside the panel but large enough to allow air to get in and out. 

If  the  45  Rover cowl  top  ventilator  louvre  on the  driverside or  the  passengerside  becomes damaged and begins to allow debris to infiltrate the engine compartment it should be replaced right away in order to prevent the consequential damage that might be caused to the engine and other mechanical components within the engine compartment.

Rover trivia

  • Honda and British Leyland decided to use the Rover name when they worked together on the range of planned cars to be released in the ‘80s. As a result, the Rover 200 replaced the Triumph Acclaim.
  • John Kemp Starley, one of the two founders of Rover, made an electric-powered car in 1888!
  • The MG Rover Group was the last mass-production car company in the UK to be owned by domestic owners.
  • In 2003, MG Rover released the CityRover. It didn't sell anywhere close to expectations, and the car company started to seriously struggle as a result.
  • MG Rover sold all of its key assets to the Nanjing Automobile Group in 2007 after going into administration.