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How To Check Your Freelander Fluids

How To Check Your Freelander Fluids There are some fluids in your Freelander which should be checked on a weekly basis – we know many vehicle owners do not lift the bonnet from one service to the next but we will still advocate weekly checks! Remember, these fluids are the

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 Wheels and Tyres

Because a Freelander is a 4×4 vehicle the type of wheels and tyres you use are very important to ensure you do no damage to the drive train. Recommended Tyre Sizes The recommended tyre sizes for a Freelander 1 (1998 – 2006) are: 15 inch wheels: 195/80 R15 16 inch

Freelander Leak Test

We have just purchased a new leak tester – the only smoke technology to be approved by any automaker in the world and is the only one which meets SAE International Papers’ recommendations for safer fuel evaporative (EVAP) testing. The tester produces a special smoke vapor known as diagnostic smoke.

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