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  1. Defender Td5 110 2003MY The fuel feeder (fuel tank > engine) pipe of my Defender was scrubbing against one of the mounting brackets welded on the chassis. This caused a leak and I had to replace the whole line 🙁 from the tank to the engine.. As the new line comes with all quick release connectors already mounted, I now have the following problem: The space between the chassis cross member (the one just in front of the fuel filter) and the upper body is not large enough to allow the connector through this space. When removing the old line I just cut it. But feeding the connector through the gap does not work as the gap is just too small. What to do? Raise the body 5 mm from the chassis to widen the gap? That's a lot of work. Is there another method while leaving the expensive replacement fuel line intact? See picture (I temporary led the line below the cross member, but it has to go above, between the cross member and the body). Anyone having experience with this? Kind regards Rob
  2. Hi Folks, Firstly, Happy New Year all. Another year of Defender fun awaits. Looking for confirmation of the W connector on the alternator. Currently hooking up to a rev counter that is being fitted. Defender 300Tdi 1997 Wanted to double check since was not expecting to see any other wire connected to this. The wire seems to connect to a "black box" on the other side of the alternator. Many Thanks, Simon...
  3. Hi, I'm hoping one of you super awesome Landrover Godz could assist me. I'm trying to repair a broken wire to the fuel shutoff solenoid. The wire has hardened over time and broken inside the insulation. I have a new wire and have opened the plug. This is it from the front from the side from the back. Does anyone know how to remove the pins from this connector. I'm hoping it doesn't require a special tool. Thanking you in advance.
  4. Hi Folks, Trying to fit a radio/CD player to the Defender. Looks like the new one (LR032535) (image attached, one at the bottom) has a connector for the aerial whose hole is too small for the existing aerial. Have folks encountered this before. Is it possible to get an adapter? Simon...
  5. Hi Folks, Currently in the process of sorting out the head liners on my Defender 110 CSW 300 Tdi 1997. The attached image shows a connector which was not attached to any device, just simply tucked behind the very front of the right hand side of the front head liner section. Wondering what this is? It looks like it is part of the standard loom as it is all wrapped up with the interior light, door trigger and alarm sensor cables. Simon...
  6. Hi guys, can anyone confirm if the hotwire stepper fitted to the rear of the plenum ala 3.9 style uses a delphi 4 way connector like this? http://www.simtekuk.co.uk/product.php/4_way_male_connector/?k=:::2362020 Thanks
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