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Auxiliary pulley cover panel

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by pedro63, Feb 4, 2019.

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  1. pedro63

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    Hi newby here ! Hello everyone. I am trying to find if there is a cover panel for the aux pulley in the front wheel arch and if so any ideas where I can get one
    See attached photo Thanks Peter
     

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    There is a plastic 'piece' that sits in there and secured with 3 screws at the top (bottom is molded to clip over the undertray).

    Best bet is a trip to a breakers yard - think you need to remove the undertray to get at the screws cos they are on the inside of the plastic bit.
     
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    The splash screen is missing. Also the brake disc is past its best. ;)
     
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    Thanks. Just had new caliphers and pads fitted mechanic said discs fine ?
     
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    Thanks Grumpy
     
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    Ok.:eek: I'd not have wasted money putting new pads on those discs as 20% of the disc surface isn't doing anything to stop the vehicle.:confused:
     
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    To be honest the discs are fine and brakes working perfectly the car had been sitting for a while before I got it
     
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    What is the plastic part riveted to the front of the undertray?
    looks like some kind of extension...
     
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    There is one on each side a sort of deflector
     
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    Replacement part on its way to you. Donor car is still giving!!!
     
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    are they original from the car?
    could you please post some pictures of those, do you know the part number?
    I know the Camel Trophy Freelander had some snow deflectors on rear suspension but have never seen anything allike for the front?
     
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    Can do next time I have wheel off
     
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    I am missing the three bolts for one of these do you have the other set available?
     
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    Bolts that were not rusted went with the above to Pedro !
    Sorry !
     
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    Google "KYP500320". You'll find they cost about 40 Pence each from several LR parts suppliers. ;)
     
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