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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. Nodge68

    Nodge68 Well-Known Member

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    I'll sort it Ali, don't worry.
    What's odd, is my normal morning and evening drives are issue free, it's only once its heated up thoroughly that the problem manifests itself.

    I've bitten the bullet and ordered new plugs, 3 colours of 0.75mm extra flexible silicone wire, and gold plated connectors for the new plug.

    I'm going to make up and solder in a new section of harness from the top of the engine to down to the crank sensor at the bottom.
    Oh and fit an OE sensor, keeping the working spare in the boot.
    After that I'm going to start swapping injectors about to try to solve the slight shake the engine has between 1800 and 2200, which seems to be pretty common on this vehicle.
     
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  2. Alibro

    Alibro Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I had a fault at work a bit like that.
    We got a call that a segment of a network in a school was down but when I arrived it was OK.
    Next week the call came in again and again by the time I arrived it was OK.
    Eventually I arranged to be there first thing Monday morning and thankfully the fault was showing when I arrived. I managed to trace it to a wall port that was above a radiator and a few minutes after I found it the fault disappeared again. Turned out to be a bad connection that only showed when the room was cold.
    Good luck finding your fault, you'll need it. :confused:
     
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  3. Jayridium

    Jayridium Well-Known Member

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    The duchess's citroen is giving me the runaround with the computer controlled hydraulic suspension, so I feel your pain.
     
  4. kernowsvenski

    kernowsvenski Well-Known Member

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    So no one else seems interested, but I am. What's the accessory? Sunglasses holder that attaches to the drivers side handle blanks in the headlining?
     
  5. Andy Warren

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    Shower curtain ?
     
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    Jayridium Well-Known Member

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    I didn't know those were a thing, but I want one now that I know they do...
     
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    Jayridium Well-Known Member

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    Good guess, and those are super rare... but not the item I've just bought.
     
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    Nudge bar ?
     
  9. Jayridium

    Jayridium Well-Known Member

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    I'ts already got one, and both the official driving light pods that mount onto it as well as the official front fog lights. I'll give you a clue, its not an external accessory.
     
  10. kernowsvenski

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    boot 12v accessory socket? Centre arm rest? Rear arm rest cup holders?
     
  11. Andy Warren

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    Wood interior kit ?
     
  12. Hippo

    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    arm rest
     
  13. kernowsvenski

    kernowsvenski Well-Known Member

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    come on @Jayridium , put us out of our misery.
     
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    bukko Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Posh roof rack? (G4 / Safari / low profile)
    Bonnet light pods?
     
  15. Hippo

    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    mantec sump guard
     
  16. Jayridium

    Jayridium Well-Known Member

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    OH SO TANTALISINGLY CLOSE!!! We need to ask the audience does Hippo get the (imaginary) prize?
    STC7989 - 3 door leather arm rests that get fitted to the door cards:
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    Rare accessory! :D a couple of months ago I scored a rare accessory for my '98 K series - a new, boxed & unopened Dash Kit - Wood Look [LF1041] - That'll smarten up the inside! Might have to acquire some sheep skin seat covers to go with it too. :D
     
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    That is swish!
     
  19. Nodge68

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    I had the wood trim in my 2001 V6.
    Screenshot_20220518-174927_Gallery.jpg
     
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    Had a delivery of some of what I need to sort out the CAS sensor issue.
    I'm just waiting for the plugs and new sensor, so I can move on to the next issue. 20220519_131637.jpg
     
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