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NI Freelander owners

Discussion in 'Northern Ireland' started by MacGyver, Feb 12, 2016.

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  1. MacGyver

    MacGyver Active Member

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    Small page for ni and roi freelander Owners, we hope to get a few meets in the future and maybe even a few off road providing a couple of defenders come along incase we get really stuck!

    Freelander 1 / 2 owners welcome as is anyone with a love of the land / range rover brand but trolls won't be tolerated. Let's see if it grows and we can maybe get a few meets in the future.

    Strictly no politics as you would expect.

    Colin

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  2. Tempy_landrover

    Tempy_landrover New Member

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    Hi, not sure how to work this site! Seem to post stuff in the wrong place and can never seem to find a way of posting questions. I have recently just bought a 2005 freelander 5 door diesel. Having a bit of difficulty with the engine. She seems to splutter a bit while maintaining a steady speed. I have serviced her oil, fuel filter etc and ran a injector cleaner through it before changing the fuel filter. It has improved it a bit but not totally. Would love a chat with someone with some knowledge of freelander 1.
     
  3. kendo51

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    Hi were abouts you at
     
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    Tempy_landrover New Member

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    Crumlin northern ireland
     
  5. kendo51

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    I'm not far from you I'm in Larne, we could meet for a yarn if you like , what miles is on it?, Is is smoking when running/ under load or just at start up ? ,There are a several things that can make it run like that ,clogged injectors , leaking/ damaged turbo hoses , faulty/sticky EGR valve or clogged engine air intakes to name s few
     
  6. Tempy_landrover

    Tempy_landrover New Member

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    Hi, thanks for replying. I live out at Aldergrove near Crumlin so not far away. Are you involved with any of the clubs in the area? 4x4 club or landrover club ni? They are Greenlaning today which unfortunately I’m not at. Would be good to arrange a meet up.
     
  7. kendo51

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    Hi, no not in any of the club's , never had much time free with work, family stuff and that , if I can be if any help let me know sure.
     
  8. Tempy_landrover

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    I only joined the clubs to get the odd run out, don’t attend any of there meetings etc. The NI landrover club ran a greenlane event today up around glenarm direction. My friends sent me some pics and vids, look really good and very doable in a freelander. I just wasn’t prepared to pay the £45 joining fee that will run out in January again.
    I wouldn’t mind meeting up for you to have a look at my wagon and see what you think the issue might be. Would like to get it sorted.
     
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