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I would just like to say

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by Hippo, May 20, 2013.

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  1. Hippo

    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    Nowt. New won can do more stuff.
     
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    Stanleysteamer Well-Known Member

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    Here's a new take on the whole thing.
    Imagine, just for a nanosecond, if CD plates didn't only mean the driver could break the law with impunity, but also the driver could have lawbreakers doing stuff to him or her, with impunity! After all, why shouldn't it work both ways?!
    "Your wife just killed my son, well guess what fu cker, I've got my 12 bore here and there is one barrel for each of you!"
    " I can kill you and get away with it cos I have got immunity cos you is a diplomat!"
    :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
     
  3. Stanleysteamer

    Stanleysteamer Well-Known Member

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    Like two hippos at the same time?!;):D:D:D
     
  4. Stanleysteamer

    Stanleysteamer Well-Known Member

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    My Foxwell can do a whole carpark of different Jags and Landies!!!:D:D:D:D:D:D:D
     
  5. Stanleysteamer

    Stanleysteamer Well-Known Member

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    When are Rishi Sunak's parents going to buy him a new suit. He's well grown out of the old un and his trousers are at half mast. Mourning the dead cat.;)
     
  6. Hippo

    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    Eye did look at them before as i wud like a generic one anorl to cover code reading on any odbii compliant car. But there wassa yeerly subscription ter buy ter keep it gowing. :(
    They did avva Freelander specific option but eye cuddn't see anyfink online ter proove it wurked ok.
     
  7. Stanleysteamer

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    This is new then cos my Pro 520 was a one off buy and i got a whole pile of LR models on it as well as both Jag and Obd2, which I used this summer to diagnose a fubar lambda sensorm on wifey's Pluriel..
    Sounds like this paying for constant updates thing is a new wrinkle. Once you have got it for a vehicle that is a few years old, I fail to see what updates it would need. After all the vehicle is no longer being made.
    "Foxwell NT520 Pro update online:
    With Internet access, you will always have the latest bug fixes, new vehicles, newly added parameters and functionality at your fingertips. And they are free for life long time after your registration."
    from https://www.obdexpress.co.uk/wholes...MI0KXkk-ie7QIVBO3tCh0BqQY2EAQYBCABEgKw6fD_BwE
    so don't understand why you thought you had to pay for this.
    Too late for you now, unless you bought it online in which case you could return it within the 14 days, but I could get mine out tomoz and check to see if it covers Freelander, if you like. But pretty sure it does as it even covers Discos back as far as they went with electronic stuff. It covers my TD5 and my D1 V8.
    Hawkeye and Nanocom are much more expensive and as far as I know only cover one model. But I do know they do more stuff.
    Anyway, best of luck with it!:):):)
     
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    Nite all, sleep tight!:):):)
     
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    I'm going for a 3am sleep time tonight.... which means I won't be out of bed 'til around midday tomorrow later. :eek:

    Thankfully there's a lot of rubbish to watch on YooToob. ;)
     
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    Well, I made it to 3am but I've ended up watching this.....



    I think I'd better go to bed! :eek: :)
     
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    Morning.
    Heater on full bore this morning. Frost on the screen needs to disappear.
    Still nice though. Good kip.
    Let’s see what today brings round the countryside(which I won’t see cus it’s dark out still)
     
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    Chilly and foggy today. Take care everyone :)
     
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    Mornin, volks. Be ard vrost doan yer, us winzgreens be waight. Us be gratevul fur PTC eater in Hippocrates (bestest 4x4 int hole whirl evva).
     
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    Morning all ...frost here too landy outside heating up, fire cleaned out & stoked.

    Off to work first job will be making a fry up :D:D

    Have a good day. :):)
     
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    Shopping trolley passed it's MOT yesterday, a couple of advisories, rusty sump :rolleyes: and the exhaust flexi is still on it's way out, same as last year ... :oops:
     
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    Does it know what you call it? That's asking for trouble!!!
     
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    Of course it does, that's why the remote locking doesn't work when it's cold and damp, I have to walk around and do it manually ...:eek::D
     
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    'Ard one 'ere, too, the ground is very white. The wee one's out but has now changed his garden kip place 'cos one magpie is still being a total pain.:(
     
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    It wasn't when I got up at 6 but it is now.
     
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