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  1. Hello Gents, And merry lockdown season's greetings! This is a long shot - and I apologise to admins if out of place - but probably relevant to tackling similar tasks on our Defenders and a challenge I'm sure others have faced. Whilst in the process of rebuilding my 1999 TD5, a regular vehicle check on the family 2011 Passat required the replacement of its front suspension lower arm bushes which VW call 'console bushes'. It seemed a simple enough task (for which VW wanted to charge nearly £400!) - three bolts each side (1 x 18mm head and 2 x 16mm head) through an aluminium bush bra
  2. I have a question - I am getting ready to do a major service on my 2008 Land Rover Defender 110 trying to eliminate some severe oil leaks from the engine, transmission and transfer case. I live in Grenada, West Indies with no LR dealer or shop on island. I have the electronic version of the service manual from Padock which lists lots of special tools required. The Service Manual lists the part numbers for the tools, however when I look up the part numbers on the JLR Tooling and Equipment Web Shop (https://jlrequipment.service-solutions.com/en-US/Pages/home.aspx) I have only been able to find a
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