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td5 defender knocking at cold startup


klint
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Hi, i want an advice from you: my td5 defender (2004) have an horrible knocking sound at first 5-6 second from cold startup every morning.it's like a tumf tumf tumf, it comes out from bottom of the engine.

I'm using a Castrol diesel magnatec 5w-40 oil and this have 2000km on it, oil filter is new, and the level is ok.

What could be??

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Hi Klint, did you post this on the Landyonline forum as well? Not that it matters really, just nice to see others on both foræ :rolleyes:

BTW you shouldn't use that cr@p oil. LR stealers™ use it, I have no idea why, some sort of bribery no doubt. Castrol Magnatec is a CF oil if you look at the tin; you should be using at least a CH in the TD5. Ignore the S(park) ratings for petrol engines. The C stands for C(ompression) Ignition ie diesel.

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Hi Klint, did you post this on the Landyonline forum as well? Not that it matters really, just nice to see others on both foræ :rolleyes:

BTW you shouldn't use that cr@p oil. LR stealers™ use it, I have no idea why, some sort of bribery no doubt. Castrol Magnatec is a CF oil if you look at the tin; you should be using at least a CH in the TD5. Ignore the S(park) ratings for petrol engines. The C stands for C(ompression) Ignition ie diesel.

Here there is the recording of the strange sound,keep attention since 0:12..(raise speaker leve)

help please!! advice?? ideas???

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