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P38A Oil Cooler Pipe removal

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by ukadamwest, May 18, 2019.

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    ukadamwest Well-Known Member

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    Open ended ring spanner was the solution.

    Thanks to those that suggested it. 10min to undo and fit the new pipe
     
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    A relief then Adam.. ;)

    Whats next?
     
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    I dumped coolant flush in it so will cycle that. Then put new coolant in. top up gearbox oil.

    Next on the list is rear prop UJ and sort out what is triggering the SRS, faultmate says 'right side. Then MOT clean inside and out
     
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    With the front cover removal, due to a leaking gasket, as always, 'while I'm in there...' i did the timing chain and sprockets.. it is running so quiet.

    Also did the abs accumulator.
     
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    Aye quite a few things, mine could do with the chain doing.

    Oh and the front cover is leaking lol
     
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    What did you do with the accumulator?
     
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    Replaced it
     
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    Finished off today.

    The plugged in the faultmate ran the airbag module code cleared it unplugged the underwear connector moved the pins slightly plugged back in no more Airbag fault. took it for a spin up the road and back.. quick quiet apart from the V8 road.

    Ready for the MOT
     
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    Nice to hear she's all ready..

    Good luck for the MOT - :)
     
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