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 on: Yesterday at 11:16:11 
Started by ZAK - Last post by ZAK
Hi all
I have a k34 Strada, has been in the family for 20years
Could someone please post the size of the rear back from a k74 as I am wanting to purchase a cover for a k74 and wonder the size difference to fit my k34.
Many thanks in anticipation

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 on: 08 August, 2020, 17:59:39 PM 
Started by Alec69 - Last post by Supersnail
No there is a vacuum powered system in the front diff that disengages the diff in 2wd. The point of having locking hubs is that you can use low range to manouver say a caravan or trailer without the wheels binding,also it stops the drive shafts turning in 2wd which helps stop wear. Hope this makes sense.

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 on: 08 August, 2020, 11:06:25 AM 
Started by DazArb - Last post by Nooks
Had this on a Meriva recently. I initially cleared it by taking the pipe into the fuel filter off and blowing back down it into the tank, however there was no feed pump in the tank on that model, so it may work for you or may not.

I assume you have checked and if necessary, replaced the filter.

If there is stuff in the tank causing a blockage it will probably happen again if not cleaned out.

One persistant problem with the Classic L200 is that the fuel tank stack pipes tend to rust, eventually allowing air in which won't help the situation.

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 on: 08 August, 2020, 10:58:05 AM 
Started by Jo - Last post by Nooks
Generally speaking, it is classed as a commercial vehicle. However I do know Aviva (at least used to) offer an option on to cover it as a car. Speak to them as opposed to trying online.

They also seem to add the bit about "driving another car not belonging and not hired etc etc" which most commercial policies don't do.

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 on: 07 August, 2020, 22:17:28 PM 
Started by DazArb - Last post by DazArb
Couldnít get to fuel station quick enough and dregs of sediment have been sucked into pump from tank...

It ran for a while after fuelling up and then just cut out...

Iíve put injector cleaner in tank, replaced diesel filter and bled it of air, cracked off fuel lines from pump to injectors and turned engine over continually but itís still bone dry!

Is there anything I can do without removing and stripping pump? Although if thatís necessary, has anybody got any advice on that?


Helllllllp my sorry nether regions. Iíd just that day put new wider wheels on and jacked up front end as well. Not to mention a recent tipping body conversion! Gutted.

 6 
 on: 07 August, 2020, 17:10:30 PM 
Started by hot14me - Last post by Jo
i rebuilt my 03 using silent cities online manual...it describes a few mitsubishi diesel engines,including the 4d56?hope that helps?

 7 
 on: 07 August, 2020, 17:06:54 PM 
Started by Jo - Last post by Jo
is the only way to insure an 03 l200 to go through the commercial route,i use it as my car and was wondering if i could get the bill down?thanks.

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 on: 07 August, 2020, 17:04:06 PM 
Started by HannuNurminen - Last post by Jo
ive had this problem,i solved it with a new cylinder head from milners off road in the uk,it comes with all the gaskets and bolts,it fixed the problem.whatever you do,do not get the current head skimmed as a repair,it doesnt work and will make your problem and your frustrations much worse.

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 on: 06 August, 2020, 16:15:45 PM 
Started by Alec69 - Last post by Alec69
hi guys, just a quick question, im having a brain block moment here lol,anyway here goes - when my truck (classic l200 k74) is in 2wd ,driving under normal road conditions does the front prop shaft spin? i have free wheeling hubs in the free position.

cheers Alec.

 10 
 on: 05 August, 2020, 16:33:22 PM 
Started by trojancrew - Last post by trojancrew
So Iíve traced the problem to the air con.
 The switch was flickering when in the off position and normal when on.
Took the 30a fuse out of the engine bay fuse box and the idle seems normal again.
 The air con also seems to work as normal??
The fuse was ok too - anyone good with electrical gremlins?

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