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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

2002 LAND ROVER FREELANDER, 5 Door, 12 MONTHS MOT

NOW SOLD 2002 Landrover Freelander 12 Months MOT (until 06/12/2012) Low mileage (61,706) Service History 5 Door Head Gasket Replaced with fully reconditioned cylinder head and modified multi layer gasket 01/12/2011 Water Pump Replaced 01/12/2011 Thermostat Replaced 01/12/2011 Cambelt replaced 01/12/2011 Front Brake Pads & Discs Replaced 01/12/2011 ONLY £2,595

2004 LAND ROVER FREELANDER TOP OF THE RANGE HSE, 12 MONTHS MOT, TAX, LEATHER

NOW SOLD 2004 Landrover Freelander TOP OF THE RANGE HSE 12 Months MOT Tax to 31/12/2011 Low mileage (50,466) Service History 5 Door Leather Interior Heated Seats Air Conditioning Folding Mirrors Harman Kardon Sound System CD Changer Parrot Blue Tooth Fitted Head Gasket Replaced with fully reconditioned cylinder head and

Freelander Brand New Genuine GKN Viscous Coupling Unit (VCU)

Only £395 Is Your Freelander Holding Back on You? Do You Want Your Beloved Freelander to have Power Again? We Can Help! A Freelander Viscous Coupling Unit (VCU) should be replaced approximately every 70,000 miles – otherwise you risk doing damage to the rest of the drive train (IRD, Rear

Land Rover Freelander 1 Brand New Rear Differential / Rear Diff

Freelander 1 Brand New Rear Differential £750 incl. VAT Is Your Freelander whining and grinding from the rear? Do you want your beloveded Freelander to run smooth and quiet again? We Can Help! If your Freelander Rear Differential is damaged we can provide you with a brand new unit. These

The Top 9 Causes of a Freelander Losing Water?

On of the most important things to do with a Freelander K-Series engine is to check the water regularly – a problem caught early could save you a lot of money! So you have been regularly checking your water level and all has been going well, until one day you

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