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  1. Hi Filip, If you are not already a member join this forum specificaly for the D2 .Wealth of knowledge and free to join. http://www.thed2boysclub.co.uk/ Regards, Griff
  2. I guess that would work, also see if there is a relay. But as I mentioned previously, if there is no air con refrigerant in the system it shuts off anyway. Griff
  3. The steering knuckle is the large part - number 1. I always try and buy genuine LR for these types of parts as I don't want to be doing them again in a long time. Griff
  4. Glad your sorted. Griff
  5. Wiring shown here http://new.lrcat.com/#!/1232/37503/37504/2869 Griff
  6. Hi, As long as the AC is set to "Economy" then the ac clutch/compressor is switch off anyway. If you have lost ac fluid the compressor won't run anyway as a safety feature. I'm sure the heater works in conjunction with the cooling system so is therefore a seperate system. Do a search for RAVE, the LR manual, and you'll get all your answers there. HTH, Griff
  7. Hi, You can see the layout here http://new.lrcat.com/#!/1232/35470/35580/2694 Trust me that you are going to have a fight to get the steering knukle off to replace the ball joints and the ball joints themselves. A YouTube search will give you some idea. Griff
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    Mr Jenkins

    Hi, Try this site http://new.lrcat.com/#!/1232/35775/35776 You don't say what vehicle it is but I'm assuming its A Disco 2 HTH, Griff
  9. Also this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mercedes-Diesel-Injector-Fuel-Line-Socket-14mm-3-8-Flare-Nut-Wrench-Sprinter/201648037790?hash=item2ef328df9e:g:gKsAAOSwxupa9CJ8
  10. Hi Hugh, Few suggestions her http://www.thed2boysclub.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=21930&p=306146&hilit=fuel+pressure+regulator+tool#p306146 HTH, Griff
  11. Hi, Try this book https://www.paddockspares.com/wm3016-haynes-discovery-1989-to-1998-service-and-repair-manual-tdi-and-v8-does-not-include-mpi.html?gclid=CjwKCAjw4NrpBRBsEiwAUcLcDHGuJjMH74BbadhIaVMP69w3AFTV_dh55FwRgzg3DFXNYsUjXarPsxoCOvAQAvD_BwE Griff
  12. I think it's more of a good inspection of it , and some folks have changed it as a last resort when trying everything else and failed. Griff
  13. Yes, but that was the high pressure "green pipe" and a leak would be more obvious I think. Griff
  14. Hi, Does your fuel filter housing look the worse for wear? They can go porous and let air into the system. Griff
  15. Hi, Are you able to check the fuel pressure with a gague at the FPR. Need 4 bar. This will rule out the fuel pump. Regards, Griff
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