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  1. ATF leaking

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Took the car for a drive yesterday when i got back i noticed the whole undercarriage was full of atf. I tried to locate the source which lead me to the converter housing lower cover.. Could the converter housing cause such a big leak? There is one bolt missing and there's no gasket or anything..
  2. Marking territory - leaking

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I've tried the search, but hard to find anything, typing in leak gives me hundreds of hits in eas-treads, oil is to short... Anyway, my 2000 2,5TD is leaking something, not much but enough to give ugly stains (not only in my driveway). I know that one about marking territory, but now I think...
  3. Penetrating Oils - ATF & Acetone brew

    General Chatter
    Hi Everyone !! I didn't know where to post this, so rather than post it under every Model I thought I would do it here. Up until this point I thought Kroil was the best, but someone sent me this so I thought I would share it (You're welcome) Penetrating Oils Machinist's Workshop magazine...
  4. ATF to be used

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hey Folks, I am about to replace the Transmission Fluid (ZF 6HP26), for the Range Rover Sport 2007 TDV6. The manual says to use Shell M1375.4. However, this oil is not available in Brazil. We have the Pentosil ATF1, Mobil LT 71141, and others from Castrol ATF and Esso. Does anyone have used any...
  5. LubeGard with existing ATF?

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I found this link when searching for the "transmission n overheating" message light. Has anyone tried LubeGard with similar experiences or used it for other problems and found that it remedied your issues? There is a regular LubeGard and a Platinum version. Any experiences with this ATF lube...
  6. got ATF?

    Range Rover Classic
    dump it in and drive :) alternative fuel powered range rover http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G87AnUR40IQ&list=UUala1yo8GSWeP613ODimPng&index=1&feature=plcp
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