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02 freelander V6 misfire

Just fitted a new top hose to the freeloader, new inlet gaskets etc, all back together but i've now gained a misfire

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SOURCE: I can't find the two rear timing belts freelander

I just did the timing belts on mine; there is one main timing belt that connects to the crank, water pump, tentioner, idler, and to the intake cams on each head. The small timing belts are at each head at the rear of the head where the intake cam belts to the exhaust cams. If you pay like $30 on ALLDATAdiy.com website you can subscribe for an online repair manual for the vehicle; where they have instructions and diagrams. If you look on YOUTUBE under the search for "rover kv6 timing belt replacement" there is films on this engine.

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: have no timing marks and has come to me in kit

copy and paste this adress for pictures of timming mark tools this should show you where they line up.: http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg22/workaholic_ro/rover/0000.jpg

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

SOURCE: 2002 land rover freelander v6 awd.Back brake

I had this happen before......Have you checked the fuses? If good I remember the wiring going thru the turn signal switch and replacing it solved the problem.

Posted on Nov 16, 2010

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