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 on: 14 February, 2018, 18:20:40 PM 
Started by danby - Last post by douchecalamondaes
only 4 bolts to remove the tank, MAKE SURE you wire brush them before undoing them or ull get 5 tuns in and snap!

 32 
 on: 14 February, 2018, 18:15:45 PM 
Started by mounty - Last post by douchecalamondaes
Lots of silly ideas on that page that will blow lots of money. But deffo worth spending the money just to be silly.

by the looks of it you deffo spent silly money Wink

 33 
 on: 14 February, 2018, 10:36:33 AM 
Started by Mono - Last post by Nooks
Before you invest in a new one - I had a similar problem last year and didn't have a clue what was causing it, but I cleaned inside the intake and the MAF with Methylated spirit on a cloth. It made a fantastic difference. That said, I dont know if there are any reasons that I shouldn't have done it, as I've never heard of anybody attempting to clean a MAF sensor before. Perhaps theres a reason.

Have a read of this thread which involves replacing a MAF in a V6, although it didn't turn out to be the cause of his problem in the end (In fact, Bago may have a spare one that he moight sell). Sorry its a bit long-winded.

http://www.l200.org.uk/community/index.php?topic=35825.msg296495#msg296495

 34 
 on: 14 February, 2018, 10:12:58 AM 
Started by Chris Site Founder - Last post by Chris Site Founder
This topic has been moved to For Sale.

http://www.l200.org.uk/community/index.php?topic=36954.0

 35 
 on: 14 February, 2018, 04:21:44 AM 
Started by Mono - Last post by Mono
Can anyone please  help me with the correct  part number for the air flow meter fitted to a 2004 3lt v6 petrol number as running very rough at low revs only and may have had wrong part fitted in past.

 36 
 on: 13 February, 2018, 18:35:24 PM 
Started by mounty - Last post by Nooks
I can think of many other things to spend silly money on!

 37 
 on: 13 February, 2018, 18:07:50 PM 
Started by mounty - Last post by mallinman
Lots of silly ideas on that page that will blow lots of money. But deffo worth spending the money just to be silly.

 38 
 on: 13 February, 2018, 13:47:00 PM 
Started by danby - Last post by Nooks
Check it is the tank that is at fault and not the fuel gauge sender, which is mounted on the side. It is unlikely to be the pump or pipes as those are on top and it only happens when the engine/pump is running.

Firstly, how much fuel did you have in? if less than half full it wont be the sender either, as the fuel level will be below it.

To get to the sender, remove the n/s rear road wheel, then (if it isn't rusted up) the small mudguard plate that hangs down. With a torch, you should now be able to see the sender unit. It is possible to remove in situ, but be prepared for rusty nuts. I had to use a small nut splitter to free mine (at which point I found out that the gauge was telling lies and my tank was nearly full - oops!)

 39 
 on: 13 February, 2018, 10:59:40 AM 
Started by danby - Last post by danby
Filled with diesel yesterday and this morning is a massive pool of fuel on the garage floor. Pulled truck out and its dripping from tank. Its raining/ sleeting so difficult to work under but seems bottom and part of side of tank has droplets on and dripping, so presumably tank or top assembly is leaking. Do I need to take tank out to see where leak is and can I usefully do anything on top without removing tank? If it is a tank change what else needs changing at same time. Milners have tank at 450, is that best bet?
54 plate forlife.
In front of garage is tarmac recently laid so I'm hoping that doesn't get contaminated and break up.

 40 
 on: 12 February, 2018, 19:18:15 PM 
Started by mounty - Last post by douchecalamondaes
no swap is easy, the V6's and 4M engines, (2.8, 3.2) and the 2.5 all have different bellhousings, mounts, control systems, anciliaries etc, its not a land rover,

there  is a page called mitsubishi conversions on facebook where us naughty engine swappers hide

minimum cost is about 2k in parts for a 4m40 or 200tdi

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