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You could select the 12 Hour clock mode instead of 24 hour as it may be set at now.
Also it needs to be confirmed if the audio system fitted to your vehicle supports 12 hour clock. Please check the two documents below after turning to the section on Clock setting. The menus to set this could vary depending on which audio system you have.
As a Land Rover Tech I can tell you that it is true that there is no filter on the series2 there is a small screen at the bottom of the pump pickup that acts as a filter,If you feel this is clogged you can remove the pump by pulling up the rear cargo area carpet as recommended above then just use break clean to clean the screen.Make sure you replace the pump gasket as a faulty gasket will cause a check engine light and a little trick I use is to put a small amount of vaseline on the gasket to ease installation.Also a quick note on series 1 filters is that the lines usually cease up causing the connections to break or damage when removing.I highly recommend getting the repair kit available at the dealer or rovers north before attempting to replace the filter .BUT IN REGULAR 2004 lan-drover discovery there is fuel filter located.
Removing the fuel filter
The fuel filter is located on bulk head, to left hand side of the engine. 1: Start by cleaning the area around the filter head.2: Place a container beneath the fuel filter to catch any spillage.3: Loosen the bleed screw using a 10mm spanner4: Unscrew the drain tap on the bottom of the filter until the fuel starts coming out into your the container.5: Once all the fuel is drained from the filter, unscrew the whole filter assembly.
Fitting the new fuel filter
6: Clean the seal & seating on the new filter.7: Put a small amount of fuel around the rubber seal to lubricate it.8: Screw the new filter onto the filter head and tighten by hand.10: Tighten the bleed screw.11: You can now crank the engine until fuel is drawn through the system and the engine starts.Job done!
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Well, remembering that the head bolts are stretch bolts, which you tighten to 20nm (15lbf.ft) then turn 90 degrees, then a further 90 degrees :) The inlet manifold you initially tighten them to 10Nm (7lbf.ft), then it says for the gasket clamp bolts you do those to 18Nm (13lbf.ft) and finally to 51Nm (38lbf.ft)
According to my haynes manual for Landrover 200tdi, G - S reg,1989-1998 it goes as follows,
Stage 1:- Tighten all bolts to 30lb ft or 40Nm then
Stage 2:- Angle tighten a further 60 degrees then
Stage 3:- Angle tighten a further 60 degrees again.
According to my haynes manual for G-S reg, 1989-1998 it goes as follows,
Stage 1:- Tighten all bolts by hand until bolt heads just contact cyl. head.
Stage 2:-Tighten all bolts to 40Nm or 30lb ft.
Stage 3:-Angle tighten all bolts a further 60 degrees.
Stage 4:-Angle tighten all bolts again a further 60 degrees.
Stage 5:- M12 x 140mm bolts ONLY angle tighten a further 20 degrees.
Hope this helps everyone, sorry it seems longwinded but that is how it's written in the manual.