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  1. I have a RRC with a 2.5L VM diesel with LT77 5-speed. I have access to a running 300tdi from a Defender. What parts do I need to get the motor swapped into my Range Rover Classic? I would like to keep my LT77 as the Defender's R380 needs rebuilding and my LT77 is just fine. Appreciate the input! Eric
  2. Hi, I've got a manual 300tdi disco. The speedo stopped working the other day, but then half way through my journey it just picked back up and continued fine. It's done this a couple more times now. Any ideas what component is at fault? Cheers.
  3. Hi all, I've got myself into a problem with my windscreen washer pump. As you can see from the photos, the connection isn't the regular run of the mill, possibly down to my disco 1 300tdi being one of the last to roll off the production line. The male connector has two prong with a metal cube attached to each prong. One of these "cubes" managed to fall out and it can't make a proper connection with the pump anymore. End result is a blown fuse with each attempt to wash the windscreen. I overcame this by swapping the tubing so that when i press rear wash button it sprays my windscreen but this has now become an issue for my MOT. Any suggestions on how i might rectify this? I've ordered a standard washer pump which takes the standard two pin connector (same as what my rear washer pump has) and was hoping to get my hands on a male connector (white) to wire up to replace my red two prong connector. Is this easily done? FYI both pumps have two wires connected, a black and a green. Thanks in advance, Frank
  4. Hi, I'm looking for a part number for the front wiper motor for my discovery 1 300tdi. I mistakenly ordered part number DKD100620M after reading somewhere that it fits both discovery 1 and 2 but the connector won't fit. I've been searching high and low since for a part number but to no avail. Trying to sort my wipers that aren't parking. Thanks, Frank
  5. Hi all, I'm new to the forum and was looking for a part number or specific size of the two bolts which secure the fuel lift pump to the block on a discovery 1 300tdi. I somehow managed to lose a bolt while i was putting on a new delphi pump on mine today. Don't ask! Rough measurement of the bolt i have is a hex flange m8x25mm. Is that correct? Have searched high and low online for a part number but to no avail. Thanks in advance, Frank
  6. I finally got around to fitting hub adapters so that I could fit some more modern alloys on my Discovery1. I fitted some from a Discovery3, but the choice is now vast. I made a video to help others thinking of doing the same and another video about fitting universal wheel arch extensions to cover the wheels:
  7. Hello I have a 1998 discovery1, in the process of restoring it (to some extent) and modifying it. (more pics to come)... My A.C. started to trip out sometimes while driving, I dont know if it is a faulty wire/circuit but tends to cut out when I go to accelerate, comes back on in 30 to 90 seconds usually. Either when I stop and start or coast for a bit. It doesnt seem to be the compressor as the Air remains cold, but the actual blower shuts down and then restarts.
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