So I've looked at the vcu testing threads and I'm trying to tie down which is the best to apply? I've just done a few miles in the hippo on relative straightness, pulled over and physically felt the vcu and it was cold! From what I can make out this is a good thing. Is it? Is it a worth while test? Came back the same way 'off road' (mild easy crispy green lanes) and the same result! cold.
Another one to 'look' for so I've read, is to check the tyres for wear on every second tread, is this true/useful?
I've tried manually turning the props and it rotates slightly (maybe 2-3mm), is this normal?
All the tyres are the same make and size.
The rear viscous support bearing was replaced in September this year?
I can hear I little wine whilst driving (all gears and neutral) which I think is tyre noise as it gets more high pitched when on freshly laid road surface.
Freelander td4 05 plate 71000k.
All this in mind, do I have anything to worry about? Or do I get digging deep in the bottomless pit that is the pocket?
P.s I'm fairly inexperienced at all this so bare with me