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TD4 TURBO There is a small filter (just like a cotton reel ) inside a plastic housing below the air filter housing this is a common cause of turbo failure on the td4 as it block and increases pressure to the turbo and induces oil vapor into the turbo eventually the vairiable vane system stops working and a new turbo is required, so change this filter frequently 10-15000 miles ( approx £20) mzh2

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SOURCE: turbo censor were can i find it on the car turbo

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The fuel filter is under the bonnet, on the left side behind the engine bay fuse box. Adjacent to the 2nd low pressure fuel pump.

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SOURCE: Low Fuel Pressure on Landrover Freelander TD4

causes .bad filter,gas line leak,tank leak call dealer to find aux pump.bad gas.i had a truck i replaced the in tank fuelpump 5 times one week they were all bad. could be as simple as your gas cap? any check engine lights on?

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SOURCE: Replace indicator bulb freelander td4 2005

For the front indicators look under the front wheel arch up towards the front light/indicators and you will see a small plastic panel this is to allow removal of the indicator bulbs

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