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What have you done to your Freelander today

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Freelaner, Sep 21, 2012.

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  1. andyfreelandy

    andyfreelandy Well-Known Member

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    Mine was stitched around the base and the plastic had a break in it and so could slide it in.
     
  2. kernowsvenski

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    Slightly different to mine then by the sound of it. I need to get gluing unfortunately. 20200411_110523.jpg
     
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    kernowsvenski Well-Known Member

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    Job done. Delighted. Makes the whole interior feel better as it really annoyed! Seeing the state of the old one.
     

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    andyfreelandy Well-Known Member

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    Looks good. Yes the pre facelift is different at the base. It is square and presses into clips under the console trim.
     
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    changed track rod ends again, third time in three and a half years, three year warranty with these
    let`s see how long these last.:rolleyes:
     
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    I think you may need to get your tracking checked, just in case that is causing extra wear.
     
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    I will, as soon as the garages near me are allowed to open,god only knows when that will be.
     
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    That looks good.
    Fancy doing mine? :oops:
     
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    I'm sure we could come to an arrangement...
     
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    Today I've finished the installation of a 5door front courtesy light in my 3 door, and an MGF rear view mirror with the little map lights on it, and all the interior lights are pure white LED's. :)

    I'll post more pics in a separate thread, but for now:

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  12. kernowsvenski

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    Looks great! Good job!
     
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    I fixed mine until it was broken. :(
    Changed the vacuum lines for the turbo and EGR, now it won't start. I think it isn't fuelling. Meh. I wanted an automatic anyway. ;)
     
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    Most likely disturbed a connector somewhere. Engine would run without vac pipes after a fashion.
     
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    Yeah, but I can't find which one(s) are flakey. Manana. I'll pull the air porting off again and check then. Also time to charge the diagnostics laptop. I'm suspecting injectors or fuel rail pressure sensor.
     
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    With weather sunny in oh my gawd Manchester I replaced my rear passenger window regulator.
     
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    Today, I have been mostly doing the rear diff mounts. Thanks all for the helpful hints. I do seem to have dropped, or mislaid, the gear-change thump somewhere.
     
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    20200419_143224.jpg Lockdown quiz question for today. What's wrong with this ...
     
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    the plate is missing from behind the bolt:D
     
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    Bingo.
    I'd noticed a slight clunk on taking up drive of late. Fearing calamitous failure I thought I'd have a look today and found I can move the front section of the prop back and forth about an inch.
     
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