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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by The Mad Hat Man, Feb 5, 2008.

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  1. anitarrc

    anitarrc Active Member

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    try first whether there is a signal to the engine ECU from the EWS.
    If EWS doesn't send this the rest depends on which engine you have. For the ´petrol one I know a nice workaround
     
  2. anitarrc

    anitarrc Active Member

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    hello I am new here but not to Land Rovers. At last I got round to join.
    I repair mostly electrics on Land Rovers and I am in Guanacaste, CR
     
  3. Type approval where

    Type approval where New Member

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    Welcome and abandon hope
    All on here will help I have been along suffering Range Rover p38 driver and picnic enthusiasts for three years now my last picnic was on the a1 just aftear the Land Rover show at peterbourlgh o the fun well welcome
     
  4. Tom5130

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    Hello everyone, im an 18 year old tractor mechanic, ive got a 2002 D2 TD5 in black, its needing a rebuild which im going to do in the winter, Im hoping to be able to do some stupid projects soon, I have a bit of experience putting oversized engines into tractors and other such sketchy things, been repairing my d2 for a few years now even before i could drive it so ive got a little bit of experience with them. Anyone else in france or is it just me? :) Ive just moved from scotland and am wondering if any of you lot are over here?
     
  5. Henry_b

    Henry_b Well-Known Member

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    Agri engineer myself too.

    Mosty case IH but have but a tuned up Big Cam 3 in an Atkinson MK2.

    Was interesting, goes like shyte 'orf shovel..


    D2 is a nice motor, would be nice to stick an LS V8 into one..


    Welcome aboard.
     
  6. Tom5130

    Tom5130 New Member

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    Yea on our farm we run all case mostly, Got three Maxxums fitted withe the cummins 5.9 and then weve got two 1594s which weve been restoring, My dads always had case stuff. Yea atkinsons were realy nice, hard to come by nowdays. I was thinking of an LS swap but their fairly expensive and tbh theyve been done to death id personaly rather fit a cummins V8 or a CAT if i could find a decent one cheap enough, I think that truck would stop being my daily driver though after i did that:p
     
  7. Smile its mendable

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    Hi, I'm Steve
    Born in Leamington Spa But moved to Gateshead in 2005 but i am now staying in Bedlington Northumberland for a short while ( staying with inlaws :( ) Iv had landrovers since 2001 and never looked back.
    If I can get my currant Discovery 300tdi running cleaner then I'll be looking to join some Greenlaning outings.
    Any reasonable Machanics on here near me who could mend it, feel free to look and give me a price.
    Have a nice day everyone
     
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  8. gemsdad

    gemsdad NOT BOTHERED. Donater

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    Welcome Steve,if you post this in the Discovery section,or general landy section you will have better luuck in those sections,hope you get it sorted bud.
     
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    now in colorado
     
  10. Western Slope Rover

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    Where in Colorado? I live on the western slope near Rifle.
     
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    Hello.
    I am sweden man.
     
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    Shimsteriom Purveyor of LZ Caps

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    Welcome to LandyZone :)
     
  13. Jarson1975

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    Hello everyone,
    Finally joined LZ after reading it for many years now. I'm Polish living in East Sussex. Got 2004 FL V6 SP and 1997 RR P38A Autobiography (1 of 30 so called CARiN Limited Edition). I'm a keen home mechanic with a fair amount of knowledge in both FLs and P38As.
    In two/three years time I'm planning a 30 day expedition to Lake Baikal. I shall welcome somebody interested in a trip with me, either in his/hers own vehicle or in one of mine (ex-military Star 266 mobile workshop turned camper truck as a support vehicle and LR Disco2 or FL2.0td4). I speak Russian, too. Offer open to easy going people of both sexes. No hidden agenda, I am married. I just want to share the time and experience with like minded people. It will help if somebody else knows a thing or two about workings of a Land Rover. Share in costs. The more the merrier (and cheaper, too). Before the trip to Russia we could go for a short one anywhere in UK to make sure, we understand each other.
    Cheerio!
     
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