Ok great thanks. Can you check the prop shaft sliders without taking them off the vehicle?
Play in what direction? There’s always some rotational slack
Whats the best way to check the props and UJs? Read a few things on here but all a bit vague?
Sorted it! One nil land rover. One nil.
Some great cycling up your way. I’m in Aberdeen itself. Give us a shout if you need a hand with anything
The crank will line up using the flywheel. The marker will be in the valley between two teeth.
Greetings! Where about’s in the ‘shire’ are you?
Gotcha. Will have a look at the weekend
By the brake servo or at rear of vehicle? Must have messed up plugging something in
Put a cloth/bullet proof best over the hole and start the engine and it’ll blow it out the top.
Seriously tho are you sure it hasn’t dropped...
It’s dark! They’re all black
Hazards only work on the front and back left.
That’s a good idea - I’ve got two isolators for each battery. Which are switched off
Bloody earths! Any starting points on where to check?
Everything looks likes it connected. Is that definitely where it connects?
The rear passenger side indicator and break lights don’t work following putting the engine in.
It’s not the relay or fuses. Just no power...
Would be fine accept a Land Rover is NOT a good choice of vehicle for living in London, especially not in Camden/Mornington crescent where RVC is....
As said just put the head back on and set it the usual way. When putting the belt over the cam pulley helps to have it wound on a tiny bit (less...
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