It's on top of the IRD, get at it from under the car, it should have a short piece of rubber pipe on it, the metal pipe slots into it. See pic in...
That's the breather pipe from the IRD.
Fuel filter and pump changed position to the rear wheel arch part way through MY2002 from VIN 2A209831
I think thats to enable the aux input on the mode menu if you have no or remove the cd changer and install a jack connector for phone/mp3 music...
The off the shelf ones don't use rivnuts but metal plates with nuts welded to them that are slid into the outriggers through the larger holes.
I think the 135bhp was only a remap anyway, it was also offered by dealerships under the X Power name as an upgrade.
Use thick polythene sheet or waterproof membrane from diy/builders merchants.
Rover/MG did an X-Power upgrade to 131hp for the M47R.
The negative cable has the black trace.
2006MY has a maximum trailer weight of 2000 kg, a gvw of 2505 kg, but the maximum train weight remains at 4080 kg.
The one fitted to the Freelander I saw a picture of was like Discovery one that runs along the wing, hooking it up to the air inlet with some...
A Pajero snorkel fits apparently, cheap as well.
Discount MG Rover Spares good for engine bits...
There's a bit of flexi exhaust pipe that links to the EGR that you also fit to the bypass, has it sealed correctly, also it's not unknown for this...
You have to get under the car to check the IRD oil level anyway so may as well drop the undertray.
Manual is 112 bhp, auto 109 bhp.
On diesels the MOT only tests for how much smoke it chucks out, not emissions.
Both my Td4's with disabled EGR's passed their MOT in past couple...
Microcat and other parts websites confirm manual and auto used the same injectors up to VIN 3A239591
Clean the EGR out, refit it, and block the vacuum pipe with a ball bearing/small screw before pushing it back on.
2003MY will have been released in the last third of 2002 so it is possible the injectors were changed in 2002.
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