Older design bags had screw in connectors with an olive on the air line (a bit like home plumbing). They all now seem to come with the push in...
Glad you're sorted
Hi Andy, Do these help?
Sounds like the regulator. Common problem. The plastic wheels break up. Pull the door card off and it'll be obvious.
Have you started and driven the vehicle since jacking it up? If not, do so as it will settle down
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Hi, The nut you'll be undoing is on the pipe not the one on the bag that it screws in to. I thought a voss connector was the push in one. Perhaps...
Had mine out and if you have twin sunrooofs they can be fragile by the rear one.
Have a read of this link from UP http://www.discovery2.co.uk/Rear%20Air%20Springs.html
I believe it's the size/bore of the pistons that are different
Hi Mark, First thing I'd check is the wheel bearings for play. Others will add to this for things to check as well.
Hi, Are you able to test the fuel pressure at the FPR. I believe it should be 4 bar. This will help rule out the fuel pump.
[IMG] This is what it should look like for the facelift model
I have the D2 and every so often I draw an amount out of the resevoir and top up with fresh fluid, so over a period of time it gets changed. No...
Hi Royston, have a look here http://new.lrcat.com/#!/1232/35775/36373/2758
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