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 on: 21 June, 2018, 18:54:16 PM 
Started by LENNY L200 - Last post by douchecalamondaes
nickburt is your man

 on: 21 June, 2018, 00:40:41 AM 
Started by LENNY L200 - Last post by LENNY L200
Hi everyone, Just managed to get hold of one of the above overdrive units (used), which fits on the rear of the K74 4D56 L200 gearboxes, fairly easily. Just wandering, if anyone out there has a copy of the relevant instruction /users' manual for it, that they might be able to scan, or similar and let me have a copy of, for future reference? Have heard that they are NOT to be engaged, when in 4wd mode, or when reversing obviously, the internals get wrecked abruptly!.....Any other words of wisdom, BEFORE I test it, change it's oil, clean filters and replenish oil?? Do I use the same EP grade oil as used in the normal 5 speed L200 K74 gearbox/transfer boxes? Unlike the older "J-type", that I was familiar with on Triumph sports cars, you have to USE the clutch pedal on the truck, when eng + dis-eng'g the o.d. I gather,...rather than using just the solenoid engagement switch, without the clutch, as was the case in the Triumphs?!! Any help/words of wisdom/advice, would be VERY much appreciated. Many thanks for your time.

 on: 20 June, 2018, 19:02:10 PM 
Started by Chris Site Founder - Last post by jimmy
The membership admin takes quite a bit of time.
Dealing with new and bogus Forum names takes a lot of time.
Site maintenance takes some time too.

I have decided that the membership system will stop at the end of this year.
We have some money in the bank to run for about another 4 years before we close.

I still have lots of stuff to sell - see my posts in the For Sale section (Mugs, Stickers, filters, Wind deflector, bonnet scoops   etc etc


Thanks for the answers Chris

 on: 19 June, 2018, 18:35:58 PM 
Started by L200-13 - Last post by Chris Site Founder
Depends when you paid/sent me your membership form
I see you paid yesterday
I usually look every couple of days, depending on what shift I'm working

I have updated your account - membership pack will be posted at the weekend


 on: 19 June, 2018, 16:52:10 PM 
Started by stejames2000 - Last post by stejames2000
Hi all

I have  2006 animal and Ithese lights have just popped up on the dash.  Engine light, Traction control, electrical stability
Once I go above 50mph itís like Iíve loss of power.

Any ideas what could cause this.

Thanks in advance

 on: 19 June, 2018, 15:09:12 PM 
Started by L200-13 - Last post by L200-13
How long does it take before paid membership is sorted so you can view the rest of the forum?

 on: 19 June, 2018, 13:08:31 PM 
Started by gazmoore - Last post by gazmoore
Hi all, just thought i'd activate the rear diff lock to make sure it is ok having not used it for ages. Went into 4l ok, solid green light, but light on diff lock switch kept flashing even after driving forwards and backwards for several yardss, no not on tarmac and yes in a straight line. What do you all reckon? Vacuum fault? Sticky actuator? Haven't had chance to get underneath and have look.  Thanks

 on: 17 June, 2018, 20:45:09 PM 
Started by Aburn90 - Last post by Aburn90
Evening lads

I have a 06 plate that I've owned for 10 year now never had any problems apart from general wear. However I've now got the abs traction and engine warning lights on the dash. I got the abs pump.and both rear sensor fitted as that was shown up on the code reader. Got them replaced but it's still shown rear sensors as a fault along with the lights on the dash. Reading through a few threads I haven't lost any power while driving and the local garage is out of ideas. Anyone came across this problem or shed any light on what it may be.

Thanks Adam

 on: 17 June, 2018, 19:54:19 PM 
Started by Tinca - Last post by Chris Site Founder
Hello & Welcome

 on: 17 June, 2018, 15:51:24 PM 
Started by fason - Last post by rodeast24
The intercooler will get hot as thats its job, to dissipate heat and get cool air into the engine. don't worry about the fan until the temp gauge starts to rise above normal temperatures only then will it kick in.

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