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3 Common Signs of a Failing/Malfunctioning Freelander Fuel Pump

There are three common signs of a failing/malfunctioning Freelander fuel pump, and in fact any vehicles fuel pump, these are: 1.The Engine Sputters at High Speed. The most common early sign of a problem with a fuel pump comes when driving a vehicle at a consistent high speed. While traveling

How to Identify Problems With Your Freelander Brakes

Your Freelander’s brakes are one of the most vital parts of your vehicle and keeping them in the best shape possible is key to keeping your Freelander running efficiently and safely. If you have a problem with your brakes the following information will hopefully help you to determine exactly where

Freelander 1: Is It Really THAT Bad?

You hear a lot of horror stories about the Freelander 1 – repeated head gasket failures; complete drive trains destroyed; engines blown up … – are they really THAT bad? The first thing to realise is that not all Freelander 1’s are made equal. Within the Freelander 1 range there

Freelander 1 Tailgate Window Problems

Is your Freelander 1 tailgate window not operating properly? They have been known to randomly open before, or not close properly! Before heading to the garage try recalibrating it. Here is the recalibration procedure: 1. Disarm the alarm system. 2. Disconnect your Freelander battery. 3. Wait for 5 seconds. 4.

Freelander Problems from Replacing Your Tyres, and how a Viscous Coupling (VCU) Unit Fails

Have you just replaced the two front tyres on your Freelander 1, and now have all sorts of noises happening beneath you? Have you just had a puncture and replaced that one tyre to save some money, and are now faced with a staggering bill to repair your whole drive

What Can Cause a Loss of Compression On My Freelander Engine?

When your Freelander engine is no longer idling sweetly, has a loss of power or just won’t start, there is a possibility you are losing compression. But what causes this? The compression in your Freelander engine is what makes it go. You need a tight seal within the cylinder walls,

Land Rover Freelander Head Gasket Blown – What Causes it?

Unfortunately it is true, the Freelander 1.8 petrol is prone to head gasket failure. In fact, this is a common issue for all cars that use the Rover K series engine. Why? The original head gasket fitted to the Freelander 1.8 petrol model was a single layer gasket that proved

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