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Your Freelanders IAT sensor

The intake air temperature (IAT) sensor on your Freelander detects the temperature of the incoming air stream. It provides a signal that enables the ECM to adjust ignition timing and fuelling quantity according to this temperature, to give optimum performance, drivability and emissions. If your IAT sensor fails your Freelander

Understanding the oil specification system (Europe)

17 Apr No Comments Alex Box FL1 Tips & Advice, FL2 Tips & Advice

ACEA is the European oil specification system (the US uses API specifications). In this specification A = Petrol, B = Diesel and C = Catalyst compatible or low SAPS (Sulphated Ash, Phosphorus and Sulphur). There is an ‘E’ category for heavy-duty diesel. The ACEA specifications are split into performance/application categories

Problems starting your Freelander?

16 Apr 2 Comments Alex Box FL1 Tips & Advice, FL2 Tips & Advice

Problems starting your Freelander? Is it doing nothing at all – not even cranking? If all your lights are displaying well on the dashboard and your horn is working – hence unlikely to be the battery – there are two things to try before heading to your local garage. First,

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