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I've got a stiff one

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by whats that noise?, Oct 9, 2007.

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  1. whats that noise?

    whats that noise? New Member

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    can any one tell me how difficult it should be to turn the opposing shafts of the vcu.i have to hold one end in a vice and turn the other with stiltsons. is this normal or is it siezed
     
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    ming SPACE TWOT

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    from 0 revs it should be free or easy to turn ,so it takes up %drive as revs increase. . .but dunt take my word as i'm jist er rockit enginear, lets see wot uffers fink. . . .:)
     
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    I think it's normal. On the car you have to really swing on a jacked up rear wheel to get it to turn when you are testing the thing.
     
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    Thats normal. I've torn my 02 Gaylander apart several times and this how its done.
     
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