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  1. Can anyone with a V8 Thor P38 identity this plug please? It’s located very close to the fuse box in the engine compartment and is connected by one blue/red wire to the pink multi plug on the underside of the fuse box. Rave suggests that it might be related to something called ‘ship disable’ 🤷‍♂️
  2. No fault codes or limp modes?
  3. Does anyone know how the evaporative emission canister purge valve system works on a P38 4.0 Thor engine? Is it some sort of pressure relief for the fuel tank? If the solenoid on the engine was to be disconnected from the loom then will the engine still run ok or will it cause problems for the ECU?
  4. Apparently Rave does work on an iPad 👍
  5. If I want to lift anything I use one of these bad boys 😉
  6. Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the P38 Thor engine and fuse box they can point me towards? I think Rave only runs on Windows doesn’t it? I need the engine loom, starting circuit and fuel pump wiring if possible, cheers.
  7. I’m still working on the one from LD1 🤦‍♂️
  8. Definitely different to what I have here, cheers 👍
  9. I used the Mudstuff bar and seat rails in my 110. Best conversion you can do if you’re tall IMO.
  10. News from Bearmach is that the part numbers for the two pipes are PBP101240 and PBP101180. NLA from LR🙄 Still available as aftermarket though so will order one in to check.
  11. It aftermarket in that I bought it from Bearmach but I’m pretty sure it’s correct as Blanco has the same on his. LR must have made an earlier version of that pipe but if they are no longer available and have been superseded with the M18 version then why are Bearmach still selling them? 🤷‍♂️ I’ll need to call them tomorrow and find out. This is mine with a brand new PBP500260 pipe against it. The rigid pipe and seal fit inside okay but the nut is just too small 🙈
  12. To use AEU2522 CVs you are better using the early Defender stub axle as long as you have the metric series hubs. To use the RRC stub axles you need to machine the seal landing off the shaft. With the Defender stubs you don’t. I’ve just done it on mine but you need to have the swivel housing machined slightly to open up the aperture to fit the stub axle or, have the stub axle turned down to fit inside the swivel housing. I chose the first option as that allows the CV to be removed through the swivel but you could also dismantle the swivel to get to it that way. You will also need 24 s
  13. Do you have any details of your vehicle that you can share via PM that might allow me to narrow down the search to find a part number?
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