Thanks a lot that will do me, don't know when or why mine were missing
Thanks, just one other thing are they bolted up tight or is there supposed to be a bush or rubber mount fitted?
Hi to all on this new years eve, could any one please help to identify my missing bolts, as shown where the red arrow is on the photo size or part...
Sorry to pinch your photo, have you any idea what size or part number bolts go into where I have marked with a red arrow as mine are missing, thanks
Sounds like a bad earth on the one that's not flashing, as the other one on the same side is flashing twice as fast as normal I would guess
Hi recently had a clutch slave cylinder changed due to snapped leaking bleed nipple, tried a temporary repair, losing fluid into housing had to...
try this site they were very helpful when I had a terrano/maverick
thanks for the optimism Alibro and yes 2 new tyres fitted to the rear and 2 year olds on the front, also had the 4 wheel alignment done at the...
yes mine drove great and didn't let me down, its the first freelander ive owned and bought it in 2014 , will still have to use it through the...
thanks for the advice, I better get a vcu and oils and have a go, cheers
would t be worth changing the both oils before changing the vcu to see if it makes a difference? if when driving the ird or vcu fails what would...
Hi Nodge68 I also have replaced my rear brake shoes just before my recent MOT, passed with no advisories at 140k miles 2005 td4 , prior to all...
what did your clutch pedel feel like, had it slightly dropped to the floor, check your master clutch fluid is topped up
to top up master cylinder, as its Christmas use a turkey baster..... works a treat.
sounds like the cable has snapped,
copy and paste into a word document......simples
i too use osram nightbreakers, thought they would last longer than 12 months.....although haven't had mine that long yet.
I can highly recommend City Electro Diesel in Cardiff, they also operate in Swansea.
I agree too left is nearside to the kerb
and the right is off side of the kerb
if sitting in a right hand drive vehicle in the uk as we drive...
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