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LandyZone - Land Rover Forum

 
Feb
25
PART 1

Well, after replacing the Oil Pressure Switch it still leaked and considering it is still leaking despite my temporary attempt to stem the flow with Plumbers Mait Putty to tie me over until I could figure out where it was coming from....the Putty didn’t work or I was putting it in the wrong place!

So I sourced a S/H front cover from the bay of E for £40, 3 month warranty and etc...I will still be checking the oil pump and replacing all relevant seals and O rings etc in any case cos yer never know..!!

So to start, vehicle on ramps and disconnect the battery

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Then remove the viscous unit and fan....using Wammers method of a good sharp tap and bingo – this is the first time this method has worked for me!!

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Using a 15mm spanner on the tensioner, turn inwards to loosen the drive belt...
Feb
13
Recently the L322 key has been playing silly buggers despite changing the battery a few times in the last couple of weeks, still says battery low, and the remote CDL was intermittent, and now doesn’t respond at all to the fob buttons.

No probs, me thinks I’ll just use the door lock with the key for a while till I figure on what to do next (might just have to bit the bullet and get a new key from LR !!)

But, tried the key in the door lock and in true L322/Land Rover style….it didn’t work!

So, took the latch out to inspect and the geared drive from the door key drive that actuates on the locking mechanism has stripped teeth on the gears, and as such turning the key did feck all!

Ebizzle produced a replacement S/H latch mechanism and here is the How To on changing the Drivers Door Latch Mech….(same process on all the side doors really, just minus the door key mech.)

As we will be disconnecting and removing the door side impact airbag you MUST disconnect the battery. Make sure the windows are fully up before you disconnect the battery.

Process is to open the bonnet and boot, wait for the little red light to go out on the Sat Nav drive (if fitted) and then disconnect the negative battery lead.

NOW WAIT FOR A MINIMUM OF 10 minutes…I recommend at least 20 minutes then disconnect the positive battery lead…..you MUST wait as the positive lead contains a disconnection pyrotechnic charge and the SRS system contains storage capacitors that keep the SRS system active for a period in the event of a crash and the battery pyro goes off to isolate the battery from the car, the SRS remains active incase of secondary impact ….i.e. you have a frontal and the steering wheel and passenger bags go off and the battery disconnects….then a secondary impact occurs from the side, the side airbags can deploy even though the battery is disconnected.

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Jan
19
1997-1998 Freelander 1 Sales Brochure - English

Publication LRF/342/98 – Date: 1998

(This brochure was re-issued/updated as LRF/342/98/2R)

I think this brochure was available from late 1997.

This brochure covers the L series diesel and early 1.8 k series petrol.

Loads of people ask about the accessories so here they are.
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Dec
31
2001 Freelander 1 Accessories Brochure - English

Publication LRML1505 – Date: 2001

Loads of people ask about the accessories so here they are.
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Dec
23
1999 Freelander 1 Sales Brochure - English

Publication LR/309/99 – Date: 1999

This brochure covers the L series diesel and 1.8 k series petrol.

Loads of people ask about the specification so here it is.
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Dec
22
1998 Freelander 1 Sales Brochure - English

Publication LRF/357/98 – Date: 1998

This brochure covers the L series diesel and early 1.8 k series petrol.

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Dec
22
1999 Freelander 1 Commercial Sales Brochure - English

Publication LRSV9268/99 L1930/03 – Date: 1999

This brochure was produced when the Freelander 1 Commercial was launched.

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Dec
08
Updated 13 August 2017.

Land Rover Freelander 2 main dealer sales brochures.

Free download in pdf format.

Freelander 2 = Freelander 2 Sales Brochures

Click the link above to open the download screen. Then click the Download button.
If it asks you to login, select the "no thanks" option at the bottom of the login form.

The above download is from a new site I've only just started to use. I hope it will work for everyone.

If the download stops working tell me. It may intermittently stop working occasionally.

The download includes all sales brochures below.

Some of the front pages look the same but the contents are different.

If you copy this post to another forum, have the decency to acknowledge you copied the idea from Landyzone.
The betterer option would be to link to this fred as I will update it with new information in the future.

If you have your own pdf file copies of Freelander 2 brochures not listed here on this post, please tell me via pm. I would like to collect the full set so I can add them to this post. This includes sales brochures and accessory lists.
An example would be LRML2633/08 which is the 2008 sales brochure.

Sales brochure
Publication = LRML 2470/07
Date = 2007
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Sales brochure
Publication = LRML 2839/09
Date = 2009
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Sales brochure
Publication = LRML 3281/10 (Revised front end, first mention of eD4 and SD4 engines)
Date = 2010
(15.9mb)
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Sales brochure and accessories
Publication = LRML 3562/11
Date = 2011
(5.3mb)
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Sales brochure and accessories
Publication = LRML 4045/12
Date = 2012
(6.2mb)
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Model options and accessories price list
Publication = ?
Date = model year...
Dec
01
Following on from: http://www.landyzone.co.uk/lz/f10/oil-pump-do-they-need-bed-270499.html & http://www.landyzone.co.uk/lz/f10/ready-waiting-271271.html I started at just after 9.30 on Saturday Morning…..

Position vehicle on ramps and lower to access (to be able the access the plugs easy enough!)

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Raise the Bonnet and detach the Struts, position in ‘Service’ mode and lock the catches on each side

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Disconnect the battery in accordance with the Owners Manual (Some require you to turn ignition on, then off and disconnect battery within 17 seconds)

Lucky enough to be working in the workshop so I have access to a high powered LED Flood lamp (No heat – Loads of light!).

Drain the Oil from the sump.
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Nov
29
Issue
When I bought the 90 the front wipers did not work very well, there was lots of backlash; you could move both wipers by hand through a large arc. When the column switch was used there seemed to be total random wiping action, some stuttering, some over sweep (if the blades had not stuttered by then).

You could only manually judge the park by the use of the flick wipe to actually park the blades at a sensible position, otherwise they would just stop anywhere on the screen when the stalk switch was turned to the off position.

The column stalk itself had issues: it had apparently 5 settings:
Speed 2
Speed 1
Intermittent
Off
Flick

None of which worked (except for the off). Speed 1 and 2 needed excessive effort just to get the stalk switch up there.

History
OK. I admit it has taken me 27 months to fix this, but heyho. Mind you other stuff more important than wipers came first, steering box leak, radius arms, steering linkages, rebuild gearbox, replace the transfer box, new clutch etc – and I only have so much money to spread around J

I got ‘round to looking at the wipers in the “summer” of 2012. This was mainly forced on by the terrible rain when on holiday, where it seemed to monsoon for 2 weeks solid.

And the fact that Driving North towards Buxton on the A6 in the rain the driver’s side wiper arm fell off the splined spindle. (Bu&&er). Lucky I managed to stop before the arm and...