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P38A Sadly breaking for parts

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Lukas018, Sep 27, 2021.

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  1. Lukas018

    Lukas018 Well-Known Member

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    Hi All,

    Hope everyone is well and keeping safe. Not been on here for a while due to birth of my son and lack of time to work on the P38. Those who know I spent a long time getting her running but sadly due to the severe rust I have decided to break break parts and foolishly bought another P38 to install the engine.

    So if anyone needs any parts for their P38 then please PM me. It is a 1995 manual diesel in blue with black interior (see my profile photo).

    Lukas
     
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    P38-DFX P38 Enthusiast

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    Location? May be interested in full car if available.
     
  3. Grrrrrr

    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd Full Member

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    Says Sussex on his profile.
     
  4. Lukas018

    Lukas018 Well-Known Member

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    In Crawley, West Sussex. Car is partially dismantled. Gear box, engine will be removed for new P38 along with bonnet and tailgate so not much of a full car hence why just breaking for parts.
     
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    I would be interested in the windscreen trim clips & lower trim ?
     
  6. Lukas018

    Lukas018 Well-Known Member

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    Are you after the trims each side of the windscreen?
     
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    Will check them later, but had new windscreen fitted today. It was the bottom trim they had trouble with, and I know some of the small white clips are broken. Also need the bottom trim strip.

    Pete
     
  8. Grrrrrr

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    @tomcat59alan needs the clips that hold the sill covers on!
     
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    I do,@marjon kindly sent me four but I need some more.;):D ps.just the plastic bits that fit to the finishers not the bit that fits to the sill bottom.
     
  10. Lukas018

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    I've got all the trim for window surround and probably with the clips. Does anyone need them as bit confused?

    Anyone need any other parts?
     
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    Is the cubby box strut ok?
    No sure what it's supposed to do on mine but it doesn't lift the lid or hold it there.:oops:.
    Will need posting though sorry.
     
  12. Lukas018

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    Hi which cubby hole you mean? This the one behind hand brake or the glove box?
     
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    Yes, one behind the handbrake, looks like a bonnet or tailgate strut but in miniature:)
     
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    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd Full Member

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    Think his is the DT which doesn't have cup holders or strut.
     
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    If the plastic clips that fit to the sill finishers are ok I need some,if you unscrew the tread plates in side the door opening the finishers just pull off.i'll see if I still have photos of the offending parts
     
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    So my poshness has undone me:(:D
     
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    OK no probs send me a PM of what you need.
     
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    This is the in I have? See photo if any good?
     

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    As @Grrrrrr has pointed out, yours doesn't have the strut unfortunately:(.
    However, I've thought of something else, bit embarrassing asking for such a small part but at least it'll be cheap to post:D
    The switch at the bottom of the switch pack which is used to select which mirror you want to adjust...mine is missing the oblong shaped bit of plastic , I just have a little stalk thing sticking up. Not sure how you remove this oblong knob though or even if you can be bothered to post ito_O:)
     
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    Would probably mean delving in alot more than is worth it. Easier to change the whole switch pack;).
    Then you have some spare switches from yours when it gives problems:D.

    I have 1 of them struts and may have to venture to the UK soon (maybe no dates), I dont really know how much it pops the lid so you can turn it over, will take a look:).

    J
     
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