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Bodgit And Leggit Garage new video

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Madmustang, Aug 26, 2018.

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  1. Madmustang

    Madmustang Well-Known Member

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    How To Replace High Pressure Pump Land Rover Freelander TD4

     
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    teddywood1 Well-Known Member

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    thanks for posting but if you are going to get another pump get one that has been reconditioned they are not that expensive it is better than having to do the job again
     
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    Video ok for showing where the HPFP is but not the best tuition, on how to remove the HPFP you most certainly do not need to remove the coolant Y section from the head, or the fuel rail, just removing the 10mm bolt would suffice to add lifting the rail out of the way, but hey it gives people an idea on how it works.
     
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    All advice is good advice and to be shown one way or another is better than nowt in my book ;)
     
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    kernowsvenski Well-Known Member

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    They are quite handy vids for acclimatising before doing a job that they've covered, for those of us who are amateurs - cough cough

    *edit* After consulting on LZ of course.
     
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