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  1. Hi all, I'm still new to the LR world. I am currently replacing the swivel balls on my defender Puma and have noticed that the CV joints are knackered. The LR diagrams show that these have to be replaced together with the half shafts. Do the CV joints match the TD5? or is there nay other option for a good replacement? Also will you go for britpart, bearmach or any other as Land Rover Original are quite expensive? Cheers Kurt
  2. Leakin Fluids Mystery This is our MD's 2015 110 Puma Tdci (photo and video below) For the last 2 days it has been leaking a fluid when he drives it in from home, (about 2 miles) Its not oil, and its not water, (it doesnt dry) We have checked Brake, Clutch, steering, Coolant, engine oil,and washer fluids - and all seem fine the aircon hasnt been used (and its the wrong side) - a cursory look (Thats when you look and swear a lot!) reveals nothing obvious. I'm going to revisit the brake fluid, because I dont know enough to diagnose this, but despite no obvious evidence of a leak it is below the brake servo. any suggestions anyone? IMG_1201.MOV
  3. Does anyone know whether the ECU on a Puma TDCi can be interrogated to see what the driving style history is? An acquaintance of mine recently bought a second-hand but relatively recent Porsche, and had an independent inspector check them over. He was able to tell that 2 of them (contrary to what the seller was saying) had been on track days and had the nuts revved off them.
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