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  1. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Rover has about 110k miles and has a knock. Will post up a video soon. Sethosckope points to passenger side bellow the head kind of. Its not present in the First 60 seconds of cold start, after that it starts knocking. As I rev the engine over 2k rpms, it goes away and returns at idle. Pulled...
  2. Range Rover Sport / L320
    So I got to work replacing the pcv valve and the coolant t using the 2 hour tuneup thread. Cleaned the maf and replaced the pcv with no issues. However I could not find the t. I suspect the supercharged cooling hoses are set up differently than the reg motor. That being said I did notice the...
  3. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    In the middle of valvecover gasket job, two unidentified plastic tubes/hoses M62 Hey guys. In the midst of a valve cover/timing cover gasket job and have two hoses/tubes that didn't appear to be connected to anything. Both on the drivers side, one at the front of the engine, one at the rear...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Could anybody help me identify object 1 and 2? My neighbour is a 1997 p38 fan and asked me to browse internet and look for these two objects. The problem is I have no idea what they called in english, therefore google search is not effective. The one and only piece of gearbox I have found on...
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Found a small brown rubber gasket on the floor of the garage. Can anyone ID this? It looks like a gasket that could have fallen out of an electrical lucar connector. I had the front cover and sump off the engine to fix an oil leak.
  6. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hey All, First off, I looked through the RAVE to try and find this sucker but no dice. I removed the fuse box located in the engine compartment and discovered a disconnected electrical connection that I cannot figure out where in connects. This particular component consists of two wires: 1) a...
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