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Range rover 89

Hello.i've a range rover model 89 td I have problem with it's engine2.4 so can change it by a 200TDI or 300 TDI and what's the modifications can i
do thx

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  • fitoumoita Feb 12, 2009

    I need 2 know if i can change my 2.4TD of my range rover classic modele 89 by a 200 TDI or 300 TDI without big changements
    thx



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    JUST NOW NEVER RECEAVE A REAL SOLUTION PLS HELP

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I have half cut 300tdi for sale. RM25k roughly US7143k excluding freght. very good condition.
ex-east malaysia.

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