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Freelander 2 td4 hse automatic gearbox pressure selonoid F

Please show the location of the pressure selonoid F on a freelander 2 td4 hse automatic gearbox

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SOURCE: oil coming out of gearbox apparently on 05

That depends from where the leak is coming: it can be as simple as an loose drain plug, could get worse if it's a worn seal or can be terminal if the gearbox's case is fissured. Put the SUV on stands,clean the gearbox, start the engine at idle, put it into a gear (3 or 4 will do) and look from where the oil is coming.

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There is some discussion on this topic in the link I posted below.It seems that some people complain of stuck housing bolts, which need to be heavily soaked in penetrating fluid before removal in case of snapping.The location of the filter is close to the passenger side, rear wheel arch.

http://www.landyzone.co.uk/lz/f9/fuel-filter-change-td4-2006-a-153975.html

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