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Discussion in 'Common Faults and Questions' started by js5533, Mar 22, 2009.

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  1. js5533

    js5533 New Member

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    Hi,
    I have a number of workshop/maintenance & parts catalogues on emailable downloadable PDF format if any one wants any. You will have to print them off your PC and make a binder for them. There are various landy, 101, ambulance, FFR series 2, Minerva & South African spec landy. There is a sankey maintenance manual too.

    pm with your requirements, they are free
     
  2. discotek

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    hi could you send me a copy of a manual for a 1991 200 tdi disco please
     
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    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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  5. NewBoy75

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    Hello there, have you got a manual on a 2002, Freelander GS, 1800cc. I'm trying to find out what the 2 yellow switches are on the gear lever and how to use them. I assume they are a change of gear train / 2 / 4 wheel drive?
    As you can probably tell, this is my first Freelander so its a big learning curve right now.
    I hear that its difficult to take the rear section of the roof off, is that true?

    many thanks, NewBoy75
     
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    mjltigger New Member

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    hope you've posted in the newbie section and someone's asked if you got thick skin because OH MY GOD.. CAN YOU READ!!!!!!!
     
  7. biggles999

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    I could do with a manual for a defender 90 1988 vintage if anyone has one.

    Pete
     
  8. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Are we getting an influx of particularly stupid noobies - is it just that they cannot read or suffering from some visual impairment?


    maybe its all three?:doh:
     
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    biggles999 New Member

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    The mad hat man
    I'm not stupid I just can't read :) or is that the same?

    109party
    Sorry but I'm not gay thanks for the thought though, and if you want to be gay then thats just fine.

    mjltigger

    I can't read what does :d say? :O)

    OK I'l PM him and I will try and read the comments before I open my big mouth :doh:
     
  12. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    if yu cant read - yu got probs on a written medium like a forum, boy.
     
  13. biggles999

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    Yer but I love it when I'm call boy again. Been a long time since I've been called boy.

    PS you spell you with an O.
     
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    everyones a boy compared to daft ! :D:D:Dsnigger:D:D:D
     
  15. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    nope - i dont - not quite sure why yu want to spell the word "yuo" - but never mind .:rolleyes::D

    and if yu wish to be pedantic "yeah" is spelled as I have - not "yer". If anything, "yer" is coloquial for "you are"
     
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    Older than Moses, apparently.:rolleyes:
     
  17. Series71

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    if yer get in one of yer workin cars :rolleyes: and make yer way down here .we's going to have a pub lunch
     
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    Only to be expected if you have a gender re-assignment operation

    welcome to the party !
     
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    Welcome to the party newboy75.

    You cannot control when the freelander goes in and out of 4 wheel drive, it is automatic and controlled by the VCU or viscous coupling unit located under the middle of the vehicle between the two props.

    the yellow switches (two?) are for hill descent control. when switched on, (only operates in 1st and reverse) controls the speed of the vehicle when going down a hill, provided you take all your feet off the pedals.

    if you go to greenoval.com, you can download something called the Rave CD. This is a combination of both landrover workshop manual and user manual, and will have the complete freelander user manual within it. This will answer about 75% of your questions. The next 20% can probably be answered by members of this forum. The remaining 5% are only explained by the phrase "another freelander idiosyncracy"

    the rear cover does come off reasonably easily once you've done it once, but it is big and bulky, so is better done by two people.
     
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    have you got a manual for discovery 2.5tdi 1997?..regards david
     
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