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VCU bearings and rear diff mounts - the VCU sits on two rubber mounted bearings. If so, you just have to recalibrate the NAV unit. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. http://www.discovery2.co.uk Urban Panzer Head suit Posts: 5449Joined: Fri 17 Aug 2007 10:41 amLocation: Beds / UK Website Top by jonnyA » Tue 04 Mar 2008 8:44 pm urban panzer, thankyou

myFreelander.co.uk cannot be held responsible for any failures or ommisions. Then it broke down just before Christmas 2014, requiring me to call Land Rover assistance to get it running again. THIS IS NOT A FAULT CONDITION. This is a link to a thread in disco3 re the hard reset procedure.

A lot of the information here is courtesy of him. I've noticed similarities in where the indicator icon is when making my commute to work. Not very roomy, but I liked ours mostly. I set the garage door down on top of mine a few years back and have only scratches to remind me - sounds like I was lucky.

But probably going to get someone else to do that as it can be a PITA (have to get the temp right etc) and if it goes wrong it's their neck It's a bmw engine and they issued an update replacing the horrible foam breather for a fit and forget plastic one. Posted 8 months ago # andyl - Member if you put proper AT tyres on them they will go 90% of the places a Defender, Disco or RR will go and Comfort-wise it's far better than just about any other SUV I've driven, though others are sportier and handle a bit better (but we've got big A/T tyres on it).

Retaining reasonable rear leg-room and good suspension travel means the boot space is eaten in to. View Policy Glossary of Terms View product abbreviations... LAND ROVER LR3 LR4 REAR TAIL THIRD BRAKE STOP LAMP LIGHT LR029623 XFG000062 NEW | eBay I looked at mine today and noted what you were talking about - the glue Fuel isn't great, expect 28-34 mpg on average.

I may cut the antenna cable, splice a new end and hook a new antenna somewhere near the old one. The system will use wheel revolutions and the compass to approximate the location until communication with the GPS satellite can be restored (ie. XUD000080 Supplier: Land Rover| Type: Genuine £19.10 Not Stocked: Ready to dispatch within 24hrs (if ordered before 2pm), subject to supplier availability View CABLE ASSY - AERIAL. It is not necessary to repeat the calibration drive.

Not got an account? It seems that GPS antennas can run any number of odd voltages, at least to me they are odd. Posted 8 months ago # SaxonRider - Member I was really tempted in the last two weeks to purchase one, but was turned off on the basis of fuel economy. CB, radio, ICE Polls Computers Camera Emporium GPS/Navigation Scale Model Land Rovers News News Land Rover News New 4x4 Vehicles Trading Section For Sale & Wanted Sections FOR SALE Items WANTED

Hold all together for about a minute or more, (at least two minutes), as you are discharging memory modules within the engine computer and elsewhere. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. It seems that GPS antennas can run any number of odd voltages, at least to me they are odd. mightymule - Member So we are looking to replace the Cockmobile, and we fancy a Freelander.

The GPS antenna connector on the Becker unit is known as a ‘WICLIC'. Nick had used this quite successfully on his Disco 2 as can be seen on his site. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Reset time on the radio - note that the station presets are still there as not everything is erased.

Genuine GKN bearings are about £50 or so + labour. All rights reserved. You do see landys.. This means that the Alpine nav unit does not supply power to the antenna like the Land Rover Becker unit does.

We use cookies on this website. Cookies Welcome Guest gps fault help plz Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by rhodie, Feb 21, 2012. Pony Express Deals & Bargains Forum Approved Traders Reviews & Experiences LRUK Forum Shop « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 1 To post a question you'll need to register first.

Series 2 - rear haldex can sound like an angy bee stuck in the boot, and not cheap to deal with. NOTE: The GPS antenna is mounted on the rear of the roof on Discovery, and contained in the base of the roof-mounted radio aerial on Freelander. further investigation of wiring and antenna will be added to the to do list...but firstly have just found the fabled 'oil in the red plug'...fortunately lots of helpful info from you Yes I know where the antenna is and all was functioning before the final gluing.

Unfortunately, the connectors would fit through the gap between the dash and the ‘A' post. This is the Land Rover part. Is there any reason that the GPS would be acting up after replacing brake light switch? Any adverts will be removed with out notice.

The unit will restart, and the calibration process will continue with Step 10 of Technical Bulletin 0038. However, remove it, and turn it into a 2wd with decent tyres and it's excellent. I'm just wondering if the nav speed sensor is failing to recognize the vehicle braking. I popped the unit out and had a fiddle with the plugs etc.

The car went back to Lancaster again (last week). Posted 8 months ago # slackalice - Member Reasons not to buy? Does the STW hive mind have any reasons why this could be a terrible idea? I suppose you could buy one anyway to test your system out, if you was local I have mine here so I would help you test it.

regards XC70 but still hankering after a LR2002 Disco td5 - aka 'Kiwi' - sold1988 110 CSW 200tdi - aka 'ChuggerBug' - sold jonnyA Spanner man Posts: 119Joined: Tue 26 I would not buy one. Posted 8 months ago # glasgowdan - Member I had a 2006 td4 hse, super comfy and felt luxurious, but niggles with bodywork, windows, doors, brakes just annoyed me. I have heard of guys cutting the sealant with a wire but no one calls it a fun task.

I drove the car 10 miles home and an error message came up advising me of reduced traction and that special programmes had been disabled. I have advised LandRover that I am very disappointed with the vehicle. I guess that the GPS is the small 'coax' type plug next to the multiplugs... Also injectors on the TD4 are very much an eventual and expensive consumable.

Anyway, below is the hard reset instructions, and only good can result or no apparent change; the hard reset does no harm to anything except the time has to be reset. Posted 8 months ago # esselgruntfuttock - Member My mate has one, I always offer to take my Mondeo if wer'e sharing fuel costs.