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I have a nocking noise from front of my freelander

The noise started when i reversed with left full lock on
but now i get it even when going straight forwards
it sounds like a train chug chug chug

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Hi, im not a mechanic but i had similar problem with my freelander and it was the ird unit (or transfer case ). the shims thorned and there was some damage to the gear

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Hi mate
Have you got answer what is that because I have got the same problem in my freelander 
Regards Pat
my email adress is patkwie@hotmail.co.uk
write to me if you can give some info .

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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