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Freelander 1 TD4 2002 fuel rail

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by sm1thy, Mar 29, 2021.

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  1. sm1thy

    sm1thy Member

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    Help please,
    Can anyone tell me where i can get another one of these pictured, i think one was repaired but is now leaking again (not my repair). Thank you
     

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    Ebay. You can get the whole kit with long lasting brass T connections.
     
  3. sm1thy

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    Do you now what there called so i can search please, tried searching for fuel rail but no luck so far. Thank you
     
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    will these fit ok ?
     

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    if the adv. states for bosch common-rail injectors .. then yes
    [ got mine from same supplier .. .. diesel components ltd ]

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  6. sm1thy

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    ordered thank you for your help.
     
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    i brought mine last week will get the son in law to change it make sure you cut the tube to the right size
     
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    Thanks, will use the old tubes as a template, but is there a reason they need to be a certain size?
     
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    They need to be the correct length between the injectors, or it puts strain on the O rings, which will cause them to deform and leak in time. ;)
     
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    Thanks for the info, great forum this, gives great advice.:)
     
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