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Disco 2 cam belt fuel pump belt and oil pump

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by biketeacherdave, Dec 6, 2018.

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  1. biketeacherdave

    biketeacherdave Well-Known Member

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    Will be doing this today or John will so I'm gonna post a few pics as it happens
     
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    John got started
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    Been changed before but no idea when and original oil pump
     
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    New pumps on
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    Belts on pulleys on
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    Doing the rear belt tomorrow darkness stopped play pretty simple cam belt change if you have a john lol.
    well done to john he knocked this out today in pretty quick time.
     
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    What is John's "hourly-rate"? ;)
     
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    biketeacherdave Well-Known Member

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    Haha i didnt ask him but its on a fixed price
     
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    gstuart D3 Grandad

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    Hi, looking good and at least u know it’s been done properly

    Funny enough when mine was all apart I had the water pump replaced at the same time

    Good luck with the rear belt, takes about just under an hour

    Have the egrs been blanked yet , also check ur MAP sensor as it may be dirty

    Happy motoring and nice to see the D3 group slowly growing in numbers , I think there’s about 10 x of us now
     
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    Rain was to bad today so rear belt on Monday water pump is fine and auxiliary belt driven so easy to replace if needed egrs not blanked....yet one thing at a time :D
     
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    Paint correction and partial detailing tomorrow if its dry
     
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    biketeacherdave Well-Known Member

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    gstuart D3 Grandad

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    If i may say That’s looks awesome , would adore to get mine like that , think I’ll invest in a polishing machine next year

    I darnt show u some handles I’ve seen, , lol, not keen on the chrome polished effect

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    You make the tea stuart i will polish your car for you mate
     
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    Now that Sounds like a bargain, I’ll even buy the biscuits and cake :):)

    alas mine is the same as ur first pic with the swirl patterns and hedge marks

    Body work is very straight , handles have faded from age , that’s why I was looking at those satin covers, when I first got it there were chrome handles along with mirror covers which I removed

    Should be finished with all the work on mine by spring time and onto basic servicing , seeing I’ve spent the last 2 x years ripping the thing apart

    Latest thing I done was the D4 steering wheel, still got to get round fitting the new airbag , as I noticed the newer ones are flat , yeh i know need to get out more

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    Should allow 4 hours or so for a 1st clean not including the clay bar prep cake sounds good then I can look over your twin charge system to.
     
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    Awesome , sounds like a great plan

    Happy to also help with the split charge system if u wish

    If urs is an auto there’s a few good access points through the bulkhead to run wires
     
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