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  1. I did my 99 plate defender 110 and I found it ok to do, you could do with an extra pair of hands as mentioned above but it wasn't too bad at all....
  2. That's the one I got, thanks for that
  3. Just had a look on their website and they have a loctite one which looks about right. That's a job to purchase tomorrow. Thanks for the help
  4. Cool well I will get the new gasket, what sealant did you use?.
  5. The old seal didn't have any obvious damage but I put it back with some red gasket sealant and was unsuccessful. Saying that it was an old tube of sealant so maybe I should try a new tube. Seems to be leaking from the rubber D to the rear of the block.
  6. I've got a 1999 TD5 110 which I have finally found the source of the oil leak on!! It's not the FPR as first thought but turns out to be the cam cover seal which I suspect is part number ERR7094G. However I need some help! Do I buy the genuine seal @ £26 or do I get the remake at about £9? Plus does anyone know what torque the fixing bolts should be re-fitted at? Cheers....
  7. Right well it isn't the FPR as the oil I found this afternoon is coming from the engine joint above but not the black gasket on the top rocker box. I assume there is another seal in there ? I've tried to add a photo of the location but can't seem to add it.
  8. It is, I've got no oil from anywhere to the front or sides of the engine it is literally in the position of the FPR. I've given it a good clean round and will run it and see if I can find a source
  9. So I have dug down to the FPR and smelled round as much as possible but I'm finding oil in that area but it isn't smelling of diesel. I've nipped up the bolts on the top engine cover but there is no obvious sources of oil....definitely no smell of diesel though either?? Any more thoughts?
  10. Well tonight I have sourced the illusive tube from the aforementioned kitchen roll, however I'm now not popular and the roll was full when I found it!!! Oops.... I will have a good smell round tomorrow night when hopefully it's not raining sideways in Durham!!!
  11. It's just a bit weird as it didn't smell like diesel and looked very much like oil, however I will have another look and see. I've got to say it is exactly as described above along from the bell housing to the transfer box.
  12. Hi, just looking for some help. My 99 plate 110 TD5 has developed a leak...no surprise to many, but she been a good girl to date! It seems to be coming from around the location of the fuel pressure regulator or at least in that location. It is then running down the block and dropping of the bottom of the housing. Many feeds suggest it is the FPR, however why is it a source of leaking oil? Is the solution to replace the gasket? And do I replace the o rings while I'm in there? Any help would be appreciated. Cheers Stuart
  13. Have found this though which shows a mini roof colour as aspen white http://martinlewis.co.uk/ml/mini-paint-colour-codes/ mine is Ex Cumbria constabulary so maybe they used that.....
  14. i know its wierd, they are convinced so im wondering if it is a Rover colour?, needless to say its a brilliant match.....hurrah!
  15. Well i finally managed to get a colour match for my td5 110, after numerous people telling me it was Chawton white it has now been confirmed as Landrover Aspen White, but i cant find any reference to that on any colour charts. Is it there or have i just developed a new colour?.....needless to say i have had a batch made up and the colour is spot on so if anyone is looking for a colour match then i would be happy to pass on their details in south Durham area.
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