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 on: 14 September, 2017, 20:59:20 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by 123hotchef

 on: 14 September, 2017, 20:58:44 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by Bulldogboy
Hi guys, been reading about power chips, and have read the how tos page on the subject. few questions , what gains are achievable by fitting one, acceleration? m.p.g? top end? is it just a poor mans remap? are they exspensive? where do you get em? what brands best?

 on: 14 September, 2017, 20:25:47 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by Bulldogboy
 60/70 is a good speed restrictor then, which will hopefully mean my 6 points don't turn into 9!  Shocked Shocked hope its good news bout the bottom pulley, kits are about 170 ish from a quick gander, is it a hard job to replace?

 on: 14 September, 2017, 10:49:20 AM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by rodeast24
60 to 70 is about it for cruising on the motorway about 3k revs is liveable, I do take mine up to 80 to 90 now and again but not to long just to get the cobwebs out. but the engine is revving its nuts off. they need an extra gear, GKN used to do an overdrive unit for them I have seen one or two in my time, but are like the proverb rocking horse poo to find these days.

 on: 13 September, 2017, 12:18:18 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by Bulldogboy
Nice one mate, thanks for the reply, it hasnt got a towbar so hopefully wont have had the guts knocked out of it towing.You dont go over 60 eh, was wondering why i couldnt get it to go over 70! Ill take it easier for sure! Spanner rattler is having a look at it tomorrow,hes doing oil and filters,the oil leak/leaks, and ive told him to check out the bottom pulley assembly,so fingers crossed! I take your point about only people with problems come on forums,i bought the truck on the spur of the moment,then read the reviews and started to think id made a massive mistake,so thanks for the reasuring comments!  Have you had any problems with yours? Mines just a run around for fishing/dogs/dump runs etc.Another thing that blew me away was the insurance, 600 odd, for limited mileage of 3000 a year, my transits on the road every day of the year virtually,with 4 grands worth of tools insured day and night,for way less,at least dick turpin wore a mask,insurance companys! I hate em!

 on: 12 September, 2017, 21:25:07 PM 
Started by Animal2009 - Last post by Animal2009
Hi, I recently purchased a 2009 L200, it has a touchscreen mp-8000 satnav which works ok . Under the passengers seat is the DVD unit, it has an 8 pin din socket. Does anyone know what this is for? Cheers

 on: 12 September, 2017, 20:04:31 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by thewall
Hi Bulldogboy, you have done the classic move and just looked at the poor reveiws, these are good motors you have to look after them same as any other truck thats done high mileage, do you know where it's been what has it been used for i.e if towing a lot check springs and bushes. you mentioned the bottom pulley if there is any excessive wobble while running get it sorted asap, you also mentioned an oil leak, if they had the head off the half moon seal under the rocker cover can leak after a refit not a problem. Just remember these are trucks not sport cars don't trash em, i tried not to go above 60 and 3000 revs, you will learn to love your truck just look after it.

Any problems  another will be  having the same issues, at least you can smile every time you pass a Hilux/Ranger/Nav 

 on: 11 September, 2017, 09:15:38 AM 
Started by donut - Last post by donut
Hi,just after some advice. Need to replace battery on my 2008 l200 warrior and I'm not sure which is correct battery to replace. On Euro carparts it comes up with 334 & 335. Will either one of these do or is there a difference between the two? Thanks for any help.

 on: 10 September, 2017, 20:22:51 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by Bulldogboy
Thanks Chris/Rodeast , headgasket was done , head skimmed and pressure tested. From what ive read I should be getting the mechanic to check the crank pulley assembly has no play? also mine seems a little gutless, but then ive got no yardstick to measure it against, ive read about the egr valve, what are the symptoms of egr problems? is it advisable to clean it anyway? thanks for the advice.

 on: 09 September, 2017, 15:39:37 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by rodeast24
The l200 is no worse than any other truck, there are plenty around who have had no problems with them. You do read a lot of common problems with them but no one ever posts that they have never had any problems so it seems they get a bad reputation. Iv beaver had a major problem with mine

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