Range Rover

  • Check the level, and top up if necessary using EP90 oil.

    How to top up the diff oil on a Land Rover

    Being a bit bored the other day, I would thought I would check out the diff oil levels (as you do!) on the Land Rover 110. Its a simple job that takes 5-10 minutes, so I thought it would make a good blog post, so here it is! About the…

  • Top Gear Range Rover Video

    Old Top Gear video: Buying a second hand Range Rover

    Here’s an old Top Gear from 1991 where Quentin Wilson looks at the advantages of buying a second hand Range Rover and potential problems you could face. Quite enjoyed this one, hope you do too!

  • This is my firts stage filtering - 77micron filter straight into the holding tank (water butt)

    How to filter vegetable oil for use as fuel

    I have wrote an article before about using waste vegetable oil as fuel on a small scale before, but now that I have a Land Rover that has a vegetable oil conversion, I have had to up scale my processing capability as I can now use more of it. I…

  • 2000 reg Range Rover DSE

    Range Rover P38 Video Companion – Part 3

    Here is the final instalment of the P38 Range Rover video companion. If you missed it, here is part 1 and part 2.

  • 2000 reg Range Rover DSE

    Range Rover P38 Video Companion – Part 2

    Here’s the second instalment of the Range Rover P38 Video Companion. If you missed the first part, you can find it here.

  • 2000 reg Range Rover DSE

    Range Rover P38 Video Companion – Part 1

    Found this Range Rover P38 video companion on Youtube the other day, and thought it would be worth a post here. Seems its stems from around the time of the P38 launch in the USA. Parts 2 and 3 will be coming up soon. Enjoy!

  • Location of one of the glow plugs, showing the electrical connection and 8mm nut

    How to change the glow plugs on a diesel Range Rover P38

    So following on from changing the in tank fuel pump and changing the injector leak off pipes my attention turned to changing the glow plugs. This was the last job in the series of jobs to fix the slow starting on cold mornings (1: leak off pipes, 2: fuel pump,…

  • The new pump installed - fuel lines need attaching

    How to change the in tank fuel pump on a Range Rover P38

    Changing the in tank fuel pump on the Range Rover filled me with dread. It needed changing as the fuel gauge was sticking, and giving me an inaccurate reading – and the fuel gauge sender is on the same unit as the pump – so the whole assembly has to…

  • The new fuel leak off pipes in place

    How to change the injector leak off pipes on a Range Rover DSE

    Whilst hunting around the internet looking for a reason the Range Rover was slow to start in the mornings, one the possible problems suggested was the leak off pipes from the injectors. These leak off pipes carry excess fuel from the injectors back to the injection pump. It is known…

  • The new filter in place

    How to change the fuel filter on a Range Rover DSE

    Continuing on with the basic servicing of the Range Rover, after last weeks air filter change and pollen filter change, its time to take a look at the fuel filter. Fuel filters don’t cost a lot, but do the important job of filtering the fuel of foreign objects (usually they…

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