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 on: Today at 19:53:14 
Started by marco99 - Last post by douchecalamondaes
new or old shape

what was the sensor and what was the code

 on: Today at 19:52:43 
Started by 06Animal - Last post by douchecalamondaes
yes fill plug is level, there is one for gearbox and transfer, they are separate,

same for diffs

diffs need EP90 oil not 75-90

75-90 for boxes is fine

you will often find a little more rattle after changing the oils if they have never been done as the old stuff is like mud and thicker lube kills noise, 

rads are fine long as coolant isnt poo brown

thermostat very good to change, 76 deg one best,

cam and balance belt have same change intervals,

terms of the engine best post location see if there is anyone nearby who can give you a comparison

 on: Today at 19:47:30 
Started by ronny - Last post by douchecalamondaes
oil will kill an alternator, very common problem on 1UZ's

 on: Today at 19:44:14 
Started by greenyboy36 - Last post by douchecalamondaes
milers springs are harsh, u-bolts are ok, I have managed to snap one before, at 120nm, which is fair enough for a 12mm bolt, I do them up to 80-90 nowdays and re check for a few days,

 on: Today at 18:15:46 
Started by greenyboy36 - Last post by pipfit
bought mine on Ebay heavy duty complete with bushes shackles and bolts  this was 6 months ago I could look up where they came fom

 on: Today at 17:42:16 
Started by greenyboy36 - Last post by greenyboy36

Looking for some info, going to change my rear leaf springs on my L200 (B40) i know the spring type i need, but looking to see if anyone has used the milners springs including their U bolts recently, in the past it seems as though these bolts may have had an issue, stretching/breaking etc. Just wanted an update prior to purchase.


 on: Yesterday at 00:55:58 
Started by ronny - Last post by Nooks
Can't really tell. Depending on what's gone wrong in the alternator, the red light could come permanently on or not come on at all. The only way to tell it is charging correctly is, as Supersnail says, is put a meter on it. Also check that after the engine has run a bit - 10 minutes or so - that the voltage drops to the high 13s. That shows the battery has charged and the regulator in the alternator is doing its job.

The presence of oil in the alternator could be cause for concern. After never having to replace an alternator in 20+ years, I had to change 2 recently. One was due to an oil leak running into the alternator, the other was a coolant leak constantly giving the alternator a steam clean. So, once you have sorted the alternator fault, find out where the oil is coming from to avoid a repeat problem.

 on: 18 March, 2019, 17:48:01 PM 
Started by marco99 - Last post by marco99
My engine management light came on, using a code reader I traced it to a sensor which ive now changed. Engine management light still on, does it need to be reset using a code reader or is there another way to reset. I don't have access to a code reader now so does anyone have an idea how much a dealer would charge for reset? Trojan 2006. Middlesbrough area.

 on: 18 March, 2019, 03:29:13 AM 
Started by ronny - Last post by ronny
Thanks for replies, i wondered if the bulb had gone on dash would it still charge as it doesnt come on at all

 on: 17 March, 2019, 21:44:24 PM 
Started by ronny - Last post by rodeast24
tighten the belts

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