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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Just wanted to share this pic of an aftermarket heater core 2 ys old. I replaced it with a oem valeo from a low milage Range Rover. The Valeo model was much heavier and solid than the aftermarket. You can see that the aftermarket developed cracks around the orings, mabey from bumping the pipes...
  2. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    My first post in a long while. I dove right in for the dreaded ORing replacement and, aside from waiting for what seemed like forever for my Pozidriv screwdriver, I got them out just fine. Put the new ones on after lubing them up with coolant. Tightened it all back down. Tested with water and ...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    So after spending two hours last night taking my dash apart, multiple sessions with a dremmel tool, a few choice words I finally got to the offending O-Rings! Now all I have to do is change them out, buy some glue and duct tape for my dash and heat vents and I'll be good to go... I have to...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Now the instrument cluster, message center, stereo, HEVAC display is not working. Need help
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I've been having a slightly rough idle and horrible performance with part throttle and I've replaced practically everything so I thought I'd change the fuel injector o-rings to rule out an air leak from them. I changed them and now I've made it even worse. I must have an air leak since the O2...
  6. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Just replaced the O-rings in my 98RR EAS valve block with a kit from BeCM Doctor, all 5 solenoids on the top are leaking, I can only assume the bottom 2 are as well. Forming bubbles around the bases and where the wires go into the solenoid covers. Some are worse than others. I did all 4 O-rings...
  7. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi All Im living in Mozambique and purchased my second hand range rover 4,6L V8 Hse over a year ago. Over many arguments with my boy friend over spares and specialised mechanics he got his way and we bought my beast. I would love to say the best thing we ever did but at the moment i love her...
  8. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Remove collets to "fish out" o-rings from EAS air hose connections? I am going to make my first attempt ever at changing out the o-rings on the EAS air hose connections running into the side of the valve block on my '99 4.6 HSE...the passage below seems to imply that the collets stay in for...
  9. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have a late diesel (2.5hdse) from year 2000. (the model year is 2000). This car has a small airco condensor . (about 2/3 the size of a normal p38 condensor. part number JRB000030 or JRB000040) Can anybody help me with the right partnumbers for the O-rings. The condensor have 2 O-rings. a...
  10. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I'd read from the main RR.net site, that accessing the o-rings to replace them, was a bit of a nightmare. Forum posts of 12 hours and $1000 labour to remove/reinstall the dash sounded horrific. I thought there has got to be a better way, (which I subsequently found)! Credit where it's...
  11. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I searched the RR.net main site and found that the Landrover part number is STC3262 (and you need two of them). I phoned the local LR dealer, they wanted NZ$9.94+tax each - total NZ$22.37. I then searched the RR.net forums and found where he lists the o-ring size as "22mm inner diameter...
  12. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi folks I have just replaced all the o-rings in the EAS Valve Block using a repair kit. While preparing for the "project" I did a search for pictorial how-to's and found one on the rr.net main site. They are both excellent guides and I credit them in my own guide that I have put together at...
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