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  1. sierrafery

    D2 Steering knuckle workshop time

    I meant "too big difference" in labour time what they charge not in the physical setup ... unfortunately i couldn't find such document for Discovery 2
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    D2 Steering knuckle workshop time

    I dont have for discovery but you can make a general ideea comparing with Defender cos it can't be too big difference Defender Labor Operation Times.pdf
  3. sierrafery

    Discovery 1 key fob programming.

    Hi, maybe you missed some element in the sequence and you can't do that alone: Single Button Remote Programming Discovery I and Range Rover Classic 1994 - '95 Applies To: Item: AMR3722G Fits: Discovery I | '94 - '95 Range Rover Classic | '95 Note: This process must be carried out in 8 seconds to access learn mode. Best done with two people. You should have both remotes available or the second one will not work. Open hood and have assistant hold hood alarm switch down. With all doors closed and lock knobs up turn the ignition key on then off. Cycle drivers door button down then up. Assistant should then release the hood switch. Turn ignition on then off. If done correctly, horn will beep once and dash LED will light up. This indicates the learn mode has been accessed. If this doesn't happen repeat 1 thru 6. From inside car push and hold first remote. The dash LED should flash 8 cycles a second for one second, indicating that the code was received. If this does not happen repeat steps 1 thru 6 again. Push and hold the second remote if the code is received the dash LED will flash 8 cycles indicating that the code was received. If this does not happen repeat 1 thru 7 again. Note: Turning the ignition on at any time will cancel the learning process. The system can only store two remote codes and must be done one at a time. If you only have one remote, program it twice. If still no joy make sure that the bonnet switch is well connected and in working order cos if it isnt the procedure fails... if you dont exactly know what fob you need contact these guys https://remotekey.co.uk/land-rover/land-rover-discovery-i-1993-1995/ i dont know what that plug is for
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    Wheels and tyres

    For dimensions better respect the owner's handbook, the brand is your choice, i can recommend Cooper Discoverer AT3
  5. sierrafery

    Advice on removing rusted-in bolt?

    For next time if you want to save yourself from struggle keep one of this https://www.halfords.com/motoring/paints-body-repair/rust-removal-treatment/halfords-shock-unlock-spray-400ml-2017 within reach, i have the Loctite version but it saved me every single time
  6. sierrafery

    Which Discovery 4 / LR4 - 3.0 TDV6 or 5.0 V8?

    IMO it's understandable for a 5 litre lump
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    Which Discovery 4 / LR4 - 3.0 TDV6 or 5.0 V8?

    I think it depends on who is intstalling the LPG, my brother in law has a 2006 D3 with 4.0 V6 on LPG since 2007 so 11 years and it needed only the usual maintainance no fault engine wise, it runs like a dream and even the emissions are lower, the only problem was with the central locking once which i sorted for him, the work was done by real proffesionists with a EU certificate . A matter of choice off course but i'd do it if i had a petrol engine. ... but this discussion might become off topic so i'll not insist anymore
  8. sierrafery

    Which Discovery 4 / LR4 - 3.0 TDV6 or 5.0 V8?

    Is LPG conversion illegal in Germany? ...i'll go for the 5.0 and put LPG on it cos that engine is bullet proof
  9. sierrafery

    D2 2001 Air suspension deflation method.

    +1 for that^^^ simple and efficient
  10. sierrafery

    Discovery 2, headlight washers failed

    Hi, relay R3 in the engine bay fusebox is for the headlamp powerwash and it is managed by the BCU, the power comes from fuse F4, to check the pump you can remove the relay and bridge the perpendicular cavities in the fusebox, then if the pump is good and the ciurcuit to it not interrupted it should turn over
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    Wheel sensor?

    Hi, the only certain way to find out what to do is to get the fault code read with a proper tester. Even if it's a sensor/hub issue you have to see which one but it can be many other things too.
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    Clearing fault following overheating

    If you magnify this map https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?ll=53.29381779588928%2C-6.491546630859375&hl=en&oe=UTF8&msa=0&z=10&ie=UTF8&mid=1PmbphOvO47RAsn1ZdQFDD-ed-zo you can see two guys with tester quite close to Dublin, one at Navan, other at Sally Gap and they are on that map cos they are willing to help other D2 owners, the only thing is that to contact them you must be member on http://www.thed2boysclub.co.uk/index.php and send them PM
  13. sierrafery

    Bearmach - quality bearings?

    That's theyr's bad ...it means they must be reported to some authorities cos that G suffix must certainly come from Genuine
  14. sierrafery

    Bearmach - quality bearings?

    Any kit or part with G at the end of the p/n would be good cos G comes from "Genuine" and Britpart, Bearmach, Allmakes, etc are all acting as suppliers not as manufacturers and they can supply from cheap chinese aftermarkets to more expensive genuine or OEM or branded parts, the customer has the decision which one to buy
  15. You can use a piggyback fuse instead fuse F6, it's rated 25A and it's for rear aircon blower relay but that circuit comes from engine bay FL4 which is 100A and it has only the front blower F7/ 30A fuse on it beside that so still enough ''juice'' left
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