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  1. In the cold weather in Jan 2011 I noticed an oil leak which was worse than usual and tracked it down to the oil filter which had come quite loose and was dripping a drop of oil every 5 yards or so - not far off coming off completely, with the predictable unwelcome consequences. I have since kept an eye open for this problem, and it has not recurred, but we had little cold weather last winter. This evening my better half mentioned a patch of black snow where the Landy had been, and sure enough the oil filter had loosened about 10th turn. I have always used LR or good aftermarket filters, sme
  2. For the first time in nearly 10 years, my Defender 2007 did not start this morning... It's been cold last night (-20°c ), and already for the past few days I've had difficulties starting the engine: The starter turned round and round to finally launch the engine. This morning, two little puffes and then nothing. I'm afraid I've drained the battery now: the starter doesn't even turn, I only hear some kind of click. I don't have any car with a battery strong enough around to help kick start it (I tried), so the truck stays idle. So, I have a few questions: - Does my describti
  3. Hi all, I have a 1997 discovery, 2.5Tdi and every year it really struggles to start in the cold weather. Sometimes it will start after a turning it over a good few times and then when it's really bad it just drains the battery and doesn't start at all. I can start it using leads but it tends to happen again and again in the cold. I have replaced the battery for the past 2 years now - any advice would be very much appreciated! Is it a battery issue? It is currently sitting on my drive....dead Thank you.
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