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Hi All,

I have a relative who's had his 3.6 TDV 09 model Range Rover off the road for a few weeks due to what he's been told is a failed driver's side rear suspension bellow/bag.

Unfortunately, he can't afford to take it a garage to get fixed so I said I'd do it for him if it's a straightforward enough job. I'm handy with the old spanners but I have no experience with Range Rovers.

I was hoping that someone would be good enough to give me any advice or pointers on how to fix it for him?

Many thanks in advance.
 

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Super easy and very straight forward. Google "rave" manual for land rovers and download it, it has the shop manual to guide you. The most difficult part is assuring you don't cross thread the airline into the air bag. The female treads are plastic the airline cooling is brass. You can also use the search feature on the right hand side of this screen and search for what you ask!
Good luck.
 
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