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Freelander 1 Freelander TD4 Fuel Rail pressure Sensor & Harness TSB

Discussion in 'Technical Archive' started by LUKBENPHI, Nov 7, 2016.

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  1. LUKBENPHI

    LUKBENPHI Well-Known Member

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    Afternoon all

    As i received the attached instruction from the guys that supplied my parts thought be good idea to upload the TSB and instructions i received so that others can benefit

    Help ya selves

    Phil
     

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    Hi Phil.
    Thank you for sharing the instructions, I have bookmarked and downloaded file for future use, I am sure this will help a few members cheers Arctic2
     
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    LUKBENPHI Well-Known Member

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    @blue beasty just a thought is there any chance of making this a sticky?
     
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    Hi everyone I'm new here ....I can't see the file to download it,
    thanks in advance.
     
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    Hi I'm new to this but often go on forums to ask for help and or suggestions when things go wrong with my Range Rover vogue.. so here goes yesterday while pulling out of a turning the car made a big thud then this high whirring noise had to put it in neutral, as soon as you changed to drive it would whirr loud while stationary as wouldn't drive to me I can only describe it as if I was changing gear in a manual and the clutch has gone and won't go into gear ? Any ideas and is it a lot of money to fix ?
    Thanks guys
     
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    LUKBENPHI Well-Known Member

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    @andyandy360 Not sure what's happened as I can't see it either so here it is again
     

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    Any one able to help me out I've got the serial number for my radio but can't seem to find the code anywhere
     
  10. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Local stealer should be able to give it to you, if yu supply the vin no.
     
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    I've asked I entered the one they gave me but didn't seem to work
     
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