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Other what have u done on ur disco today

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  1. JUKE179r

    JUKE179r Well-Known Member

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    I have read that the SRD000150 has the upgraded firmware but not like the SRD500070 firmware which is tweaked a bit more and is harder to find.
    It's like this.... SRD500070 is the best > SRD000150 better > SRD000070 meh...
     
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    picked up a horse for my son. Snapchat-1109535081.jpg
     
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    New exhaust manifold ( 3 broken studs :(:( ) and egr bypass fitted - it now goes much better off the mark and doesn't scream when you accelerate! :D:D:D
     
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    stustrong Well-Known Member

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    did you remove all the vac lines and solenoids.
    mine was blanked when I got it but removing the lines and blanking the break booster nipple and solenoids seemed to improve things too. I'm still fairly new to the d2 tho
     
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    Waited for three days for a set of front fogs off t'bay to be delivered by Yodel from China. Three times they claim to have left a card. I was in working from home every time... so I had to travel 35 mile round trip to Stoke to collect them, only to find they had damaged them...

    Yodel, useless f#ckwits
     

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    Rushjob Active Member

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    Yep, done all of that ;)
     
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    Bought some Archoil for the Fuel and Oil when i change it..

    Fuel additive should do my 186k Injectors good.
     
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    Thought about filling it ready for its upcoming trip. Thought again, didn't do it.
     
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    Fitted a new rear tailgate handle. All working now.
    Also got the front auxilliary socket working.....just a fuse.
    Ooh and fitted l.e.d. bulb that i found rattling around my toolbox in the front interior light.
     
  10. Andy Foster

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    Switches arrived today. Just need to wire them up. 5E10E8DB-720F-4B59-BDB3-1A3F86E57989.jpeg 8E2C7ADA-3694-4802-A0D7-B13E227017D5.jpeg 21A4F695-CF27-4409-B97D-33D8A046F10B.jpeg
     
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    Looking good there andy , where did u get ur switches from plse, cheers
     
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    Have finally started the final procedure for getting the auxiliary diesel heater fitted to the discovery.

    Much planning and back and forth between myself and the garage, and looking at other sources for information to support my plan, and the placement of the heater. It is going in the boot in one of the side pocket areas, trimmed back to mount against the metal shell of the vehicle.

    I had planned on getting the telestart was 91, but it was an extra £400. Which is basically a remote control.

    It will take under a week to fit, and then I will be much more comfortable in my long distance drives when I stop for breaks.

    I am also pleased that I managed to save up the money for this project rather than relying on offered credit.
     
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    Yabba dabba do :eek:

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    So your fitting a eberspacher in the boot can you put up pics of it ??
     
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    Removed some parts tonight......
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    Shimsteriom Purveyor of LZ Caps

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    Didn't need them anyway :p
     
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    Not in that motor I don't cause I got a noo one to shove them on :p:D
     
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    put a rear wiper arm on... washer tubes jist dangling though. what should the rear washer be like on a d2?
     
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