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 on: 07 December, 2020, 04:28:03 AM 
Started by smigg17 - Last post by barnstormer
I think you'll find that they went bust some time ago if it's the same company i'm thinking of -  Engineering Services (Rainham) Ltd

 on: 07 December, 2020, 02:29:49 AM 
Started by simonrpugh - Last post by simonrpugh
Hi All, been off here for a long time but back now as I?ve just bought a few weeks ago
a silver l200 animal which is great apart from annoying shudder through the drive line
At low engine speed when you start to accelerate, it gets worse at 65 and over. I thought ide check the rear prop centre bearing but there isn?t one, so my question is if any one here knows should a 2009 (59 plate manual) have a centre bearing
Thanks Simon

 on: 06 December, 2020, 21:48:20 PM 
Started by smigg17 - Last post by Supersnail
I had a recon engine from engineering services in Rainham; Essex over 100,000 kilometers ago and its stillgoing well except for needing a new head last year. I can recomend them.

 on: 06 December, 2020, 19:42:35 PM 
Started by smigg17 - Last post by barnstormer
The only shop I dare recommend is Ivor Searle at Soham in Cambridgeshire, not too far from you in Northants.
They have the machines, the people with the skills and access to repair parts that we don't have.


 on: 06 December, 2020, 16:41:39 PM 
Started by smigg17 - Last post by smigg17

looking for some advice on someone who can possibly rebuild my l200 (2005) engine. Just had a company full refurb the truck and now its blowing blue smoke once started up and there is smoke coming from the breather hose in the top of the crankcase which seems to be blowing some oil into the air intake going to the turbo. Its stops smoking after driving and the engine heat temp is fine and there is no noticeable issue whilst driving ( no power loss etc). change the engine oil, the filter and have been told could be the turbo. Also did a test on the gases coming from the radiator and the fluid remains blue - supposedly means no failing in the head gasket ?  So i am thinking it must be some sort of failure in the actual engine ( I am not a mechanic - just read lots of stuff..) anyone know a respected re builder in the Northamptonshire area that i could contact ?  ( ps. previous owner had spent of ?3.5K on rebuild only 25,000 miles ago... belie it was a conrod issue)  any advice would be great as to much money into this now to stop!  thanks

 on: 04 December, 2020, 22:16:39 PM 
Started by rodeast24 - Last post by rodeast24
As subject says,, im looking for the 2004 rear diff compressor, mine is working but in both directions and not activating the rear locker.

 on: 02 December, 2020, 01:03:39 AM 
Started by waynehiggy - Last post by rodeast24
best to get it plugged in to diagnostic and see what it comes up with, or you will be guessing and re-placing parts

 on: 01 December, 2020, 23:05:44 PM 
Started by waynehiggy - Last post by waynehiggy
Hi guys Im looking for hep.
2013 mitsubishi l200 barbarian auto 2013
started up fine and ticked over fine but when I went to drive the revs dropped and then came in and out intimitently
left for a couple of days then started and wouldnt run.

took off fuel filter, put back on , primed and tried to start but now wont start.  any ideas guys?   could it be the fuel pump or relay?

Thanks in advance

 on: 01 December, 2020, 21:24:18 PM 
Started by danby - Last post by Supersnail
No the lever physicaly changes from 2wd to 4wd irrispective of the vacuum. The diference is that if the front diff does not engage, because there is no vacuum, you still only have 2wd in spite of the prop turning. If you get under the truck and look at the front diff you will see a small piston, its this that engages the diff. If you get someone to change from 2 to 4wd you should see the piston operate, if they are not used often they can stick. Pull the rubber boot off and try a little WD or a little grease and operate it by hand. It's a good idea if you don't use the 4wd often to change the gear lever in and out of 2 and 4wd a few times each week just to keep it free hope this helps.

 on: 01 December, 2020, 01:40:16 AM 
Started by danby - Last post by danby
Does that mean that with no vac you get 4wd or does it default to no front wheel drive?

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