Question about 2005 Land Rover Freelander
The freelander developed a diesel knock, it was sent in to be checked before my holiday trip. The dealer could not fix the car in time but gave it back to me and promised no damage could occur.
I checked oil and water before my trip and noticed that the pipe against the firewall was not clipped in... I checked around to see if I could see any other funny loose pipes etc and noticed that a brass/gold l shaped shaft where a pipe should be was missing.
I went away and defentitly noticed that power was down, on my return the fixed the diesel knock which was an injector but I still feel that the car is down on power. A hill which I normally could climb in 5 gear at 120 cant even be achieved in 4th gear anymore.
I will check pipes for leaks, cracks etc this weekend but still not sure if there is actually a pipe required from the gearbox (perhaps this is a vacum pipe of sorts?)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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