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Freelander 1 Identify ABS Pump late model 2001 Td4

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Madmustang, Feb 20, 2017.

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  1. Madmustang

    Madmustang Well-Known Member

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    Good evening pepys,

    Can anybody tell me which ABS Pump late model 2001 Td4 is fitted to my freelander from the photo please? I'm looking at buying a good quality all in one code reader/lights reset/secret missile launch codes thingymebobs.
    I want one that will indicate the problem with my 3 amigos etc you get the idea.

    Thanks
    Mad Mustang
     

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    So having done some more research (No not on works time I can assure you) Yes I think it’s the Teves Mk20. Researching an all in one diagnostic machine etc. The two contenders for my car are the HAWKeye or the Lynxs boxes. Neither system according to the data sheets (See linksBlow) can test the actuators for the Teves so it comes down to price and ease of use. I think I am going with the Lynx as advised on another post it makes it easier to record and play back data (For a back street mechanic like me) and it’s easier to see the data on a laptop (Already have a laptop).
    https://bearmach.com/media/wysiwyg/Hawkeye_Total_V8_Application_Data.pdf
    http://www.legacy-lynx-diagnostics.com/downloads/files/lynx_booklet.pdf
     
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    Ok so the Lynx has been pur-chased and I will start a thread on its use
     
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    Where have you ordered it from? What price?
     
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    eBay £265
     
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    Is that for a single vehicle, or will it do the full LR range?
    Mike
     
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    Single unfortunately:(
     
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    Thought that was too good a price on a lynx for the full range.
    Mike
     
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    Hawkeye total does the full range as I understand it.

    Cheers
     
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    I needed something out of the box and something I could read as the old eyes anit so good any more
     
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    Bet that's not £265.
    My icarsoft LRII does the full range, but won't communicate with the autobox, where as a Lynx will, but costs a fortune for the full range access.
    You pays your money, as they say.
    Mike
     
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    LOL, I think I would pay the additional £34......TBH ...................

    Cheers
     
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    It’s a good price but I only have one car and will be keeping it for many years and like I said I need something I can see, so connecting it to my laptop is a better option for me. Am I bothered? I am not bothered, I don’t even look bothered do I :p
     
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