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Transfer box

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Stalky, Jul 22, 2019.

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  1. Stalky

    Stalky Member

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    Evening all could someone please tell me what the transfer box oil should be please ..
     
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    brianp38dse Well-Known Member

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    Dexron 11 or dexron 111 for a p38
     
  3. Stalky

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    Sorry should have said l322 .. starting to think I should have kept my p38 lol
     
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    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd

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    Does it say in the manual? Probably unicorn spunk.
     
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    or rocking horse s--t .
     
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    Bemble Well-Known Member

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    Depends which year your L322 is.

    The earlier New Venture Gear NV225 transfer box (used with the ZF 5HP24 and GM 5L40-E transmissions) uses Castrol BOT 26 FMB1 fluid (1.0 litre capacity).

    The later Magna Steyr DD295 transfer box (used with the 6-speed transmissions onwards) uses Shell TF 0753 fluid (1.5 litre capacity).

    Phil
     
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  7. Stalky

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    Great thankyou I have the earlier one it's a 2006 facelift , but still on the 5 speed .
     
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    Wazzajnr Well-Known Member

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    That's weird, mines an 05 facelift but 6 speed box.
    Really difficult finding spares for mine because it seems to be a bit of an odball.
     
  9. Stalky

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    Oh mines the td6 not the td8
     
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    Bemble Well-Known Member

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    Yes, petrols got the 6-speed transmission and the Magna transfer box for 2006MY but the diesels had to wait another year longer.

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    Phil
     
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