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first video on you tube, this was difficult and I hope it helps other with the power steering pump bracket ...Missing: stx
Try tracing the full beam wire to the headlamps. Once located, strip a section off and solder a wire leading to the spots. Spots earth is connected anywhere close to the chassis. If you want to go a step further, you install a relay to be used as a switch to your spots. This is done by connecting the earth wire from the relay usually the connection close to the relay lip. Now from the battery connect a positive wire to the opposite side from the negative on the relay. Next from the vehicle lamp, connect the high beam pos wire to the relay. Next connect from the relay to your spots, positive wire from relay to the positive on the spots. Here i would recommend to insert a inline fuse 20a onto the live wire. All connections must be soldered. Your good to go.
You need to call the dealer and give them the VIN # its on the registration as well as the dashboard on the drivers side look through the windsheild in the corner on the drivers side . The 18L #is a part # the VIN # WILL IDENIFY aspects of the entire vehicle
if yours is a defender 110 then thats a rare machine .. there were only 500 in the country. .. here is some good info on identifying all land rovers http://www.roverparts.com/How_to_Identify_Rover.cfm
this is info on your defender http://www.roverparts.com/Model/Defender110.cfm
under ..body parts.. they show lots of stuff for land rovers but little for your model since its so rare. they claim they have a full line of parts for the defender so maybe a call to them might hit pay dirt
some interesting stuff about the defender here including some colors .. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_Rover_Defender#Special_editions
here is some paint colors for 93 land rovers http://www.automotivetouchup.com/choosecolor/choosecolor.aspx?year=1993&make=Land+Rover&model=All+Models
this gives the color as alpine white and gives instructions on how to find paint codes http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/PPNUC.cfm
maybe too much information but everything about that machine is so interesting .. and it still has high value .. maybe a classic
1993 land rover defender specs http://www.parkcity4x4classics.com/index.php/specs/defender
a forum on the defender http://forum.landrovernet.com/forumdisplay.php/69-Land-Rover-Defender/page3?order=desc
should only be a black for earth and red or yellow for power if u already have wired up to a powr source just connect to back of lighter if you dont ground the black wire to the mwal part of the car usually under a screw under the dash will do and run a red wire to 10a fuse in fuse box thats the easiest way
According to my haynes manual for Landrover 200tdi, G - S reg,1989-1998 it goes as follows,
Stage 1:- Tighten all bolts to 30lb ft or 40Nm then
Stage 2:- Angle tighten a further 60 degrees then
Stage 3:- Angle tighten a further 60 degrees again.
easiest way to sort your problem is to change the diff for a 200tdi / Range Rover classsic one, You need a later 24 spline, or you'll have to change the halfshafts too.... then remember when you break it