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 on: Yesterday at 21:18:58 
Started by Tam.hose - Last post by douchecalamondaes
basically every bolt between engine and "not engine"  as well as the loom, pipes, and yes the auto box will have to be left in there, bellhousing bolts undoing time  (rads out too)

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 on: Yesterday at 21:17:40 
Started by Alec69 - Last post by douchecalamondaes
you can take the belts off and just spin everything by hand and find the worst one,  you can run without a balance belt just might shake more,

they dont "snap" by themselves, they snap when pooty mech's only change the cambelt and leave the old balance in there

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 on: Yesterday at 21:16:00 
Started by Warrior 382 - Last post by douchecalamondaes
you wont get them im afraid, you can change your diff ratios but the cost of doing so wont earn its money back in MPG

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 on: Yesterday at 21:15:21 
Started by Teddymcb - Last post by douchecalamondaes
a nice easy check is to crack the injectors and see how long it takes to get a positive squirt out towards the battery, not just a dribble,  another thing to do it change out the fuel pipe between filter and pump for see through pipe, then look for any kind of regular bubbles once running,   will let you know if there are any holes in the fuel lines,   sounds like itll be the vein pump seal meaning new or second hand pump but check for bubbles first

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 on: Yesterday at 11:23:41 
Started by RobRobRob - Last post by RobRobRob
Hello all, my 2011 Warrior alarm keeps going off if i lock it with my dog in it. Is there a way to override the sensor which does this and still lock it?  Many thanks.  Huh

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 on: 22 May, 2019, 15:36:43 PM 
Started by Teddymcb - Last post by Teddymcb
The L200 is an 05 Animal Classic shape 160K miles.

 7 
 on: 22 May, 2019, 15:26:51 PM 
Started by Teddymcb - Last post by Teddymcb
Hello All, My problem is slow starting when cold or perhaps when left sitting (maybe 10 seconds cranking) I appreciate this has been covered and there are some obvious solutions, usually Glow Plugs/ fuel Filter or injectors. I changed the Glow Plugs (2 were bad but no improvement) there is 12 volts on the glow plug rail when the pre heat lamp is on and I can hear the relay clicking on, the time it stays heating is reasionable and the same as it has always been so I am sure the issue is not here. I had the injectors checked one was not great (low on pressure) but good enough to work I was told and this has now been refurbed. I also changed the fuel filter and primed it.  I am thinking it may be more to do with the fact the car is sitting and fuel is some how draining from the pump rather than the cold temp of a morning start but I am not fully convinced.  I have given a good search of the forum and I see some ideas on fuel flowing back in to the fuel tank and talk about fitting a no return valve to prevent this. I assume the no return valve would go between the fuel tank and the input to the fuel filter is that correct? Every thing runs so well once it starts that I really dont think I have bad compression or any thing fundamentially wrong. I could slacken off one of the injector pipes and see if diesel is present right away when I do a morning start as I did notice when I was removing the injectors that no diesel spilled from the injector pipes when I opened them. Any thoughts please? Car has about 160K miles and runs perfect once it starts. Also is there a second fuel pump in the tank to bring fuel up through the filter to the injection pump? Could that be the issue. I have not been able to find a diagram of how the fuel and injection system works but I assume it is tank/ filter/injection pump/ injectors.

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 on: 21 May, 2019, 19:29:28 PM 
Started by Warrior 382 - Last post by Warrior 382
Anyone know where to get l200 overdrive unit from, for k74 2004 warrior, I think gkn did one but that got discontinued, thanks George

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 on: 21 May, 2019, 15:17:16 PM 
Started by Alec69 - Last post by Alec69
now you mention it i had all the belts re-placed late last year and the mechanic said the balance belt had snapped and couldnt get the pulley off,so he changed all belts and left balance belt off! he said it wouldnt cause any issues,was he telling porky pies to me!?
what are your thoughts about it?

 10 
 on: 21 May, 2019, 09:24:17 AM 
Started by Tam.hose - Last post by Tam.hose
Hi looking for some advice what I need to remove to get engine out off 2010 barbarian . It has auto transmission engine has seized . Thanks for any info .

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