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What did you do with your Range Rover today

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Dopey, Oct 24, 2012.

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  1. stustrong

    stustrong Well-Known Member

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    If it is il have to get it on haha
     
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    Replaced the headlamp wipers, feel like mechanical genius. Also saw a red 1988 classic in mint condition parked in Tring.
     
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    Finished upper and lower ball joints on passenger side. Also fitted new caliper and brake disk, was a horrible job. Have to start on the drivers side next.
     
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    wammers No longer with us, RIP Donater

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    It's for a petrol nothing like that on a diesel. Here ya go later petrol engines.
    https://www.rimmerbros.co.uk/Item--i-PCH000910
     
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    wammers No longer with us, RIP Donater

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    Hope you didn't pay anything for it. It's from a petrol engined car not a diesel. :D:D
     
  6. stustrong

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    Just came in the pile of stuff
     
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    Got both heated seats working again.
    Got the electric height adjust working.
    Re-earthed the rear fuel flap actuator need an actuator again.
    And just cleaned out the boot.
     
  8. Grrrrrr

    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd Full Member

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    Using that paternity leave wisely! IIRC the hard part is about to start. Keep an eye on the missus for depression once the sleep stops.
     
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    Nothing....as usuall
     
  10. stustrong

    stustrong Well-Known Member

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    I was back to work 4days after self employed only doing 1 job a week 3 3 and a half day weeks to spend time with lil un and mrs too.

    She had a pal round so I got out the way haha

    Luckily lil man sleeps from about 2 230 till 7ish so I'm up for both of them so mrs can get a decent sleep

    Wee bit of thrush on his tounge so he's on drips but luckily he is so quiet and content
     
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    Is it much faff to sort heated seats. The drivers one doesn't work and I was to replace the element
     
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    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd Full Member

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    Not too much. I think @biketeacherdave has a guide somewhere.
     
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    Is there a place we puts guides and how to's?
     
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    Mine hasn't later seats in a 96 car plugs was different so one of the many previous owners never wired them in.
    Also have all the later steps apparently the early cars don't have them curved and they protrude into the floor more IMG_1669.JPG
     
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    Earlier one (black)
    Later one (beige) IMG_1675.JPG
     
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    I stand corrected sir but it does look very much like the one I had to replace on my diesel couple of months ago.
     
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    Found it but britpart won't it just break in a couple of hours?
     
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    I will check my poss il did put up a guide its a simple repair you don't need to replace the heating elements just repair them and if you want to uprate the stats so they actually get warm.
     
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    Gearbox is here Saturdays job fit it and do the rear crank oil seal
    Rear diff input seal and iv also found the harmonic balancer is missing off the rear diff so that to fit aswell.

    Looks like the manual has a clutch delay valve inline too so like the skid cars itl be getting taken off too
     
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    wammers No longer with us, RIP Donater

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    Should not as far as i am aware be a clutch damper fitted to the P38.
     
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