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I have a 2001 v6 freelander it has a noise that sounds like lifters wich comes and goes have been told its the plastic inlet doc , the variable intake system? is there any way to quite it down or where can i buy this part cheap i am in australia, Dont mind buying over seas if its alot cheaper.

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I'm in the U.S. and looked at the models marketed here by Land Rover

They have a Range Rover and a Discovery. However, I do not know what you mean by 'plastic inlet doc.' I searched my online resource but did not find anything that matched up with that.

Also, I would like to understand what you mean by
The ' variable intake system' is that for the intake manifold?

I searched on the Internet and found the following part available:
http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/MKE100110LG.cfm

Is the above link what you mean? It fits '02 through '05 of the freelander.
There are 2 motors one for motor #1 which is $144.95 and the other for motor #2 which is $149.95 at this site.

I looked for '01 variable intake but didn't come up with anything at all.

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I looked at the intake manifold and didn't see the part there, though:
Intake Manifold REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Negative battery cable
    • Coolant
    • Fuel system pressure
    • Alternator
    • Air intake hose from the plenum chamber
    • Throttle and cruise control cables from the throttle linkage and mounting brackets
    • Breather hose from the plenum chamber
    • Purge hose from plenum chamber
    • TP sensor
    • Stepper motor electrical connector
    • The 6 bolts securing the plenum chamber to the ram housing
    • Coolant hoses attached to the plenum chamber and intake manifold
    • Plenum chamber assembly
    • Breather hoses, as necessary
    • ECT and temperature gauge sensors
    • The 8 fuel injector connectors
    • Fuel temperature sensor connector
    • Fuel supply and return lines
    • The 6 nuts securing fuel rail and ignition coil bracket to the inlet manifold
  3. Lift the fuel rail slightly to remove the ignition coil bracket from the inlet manifold studs and place aside.
  4. Using the sequence shown, remove the 12 bolts securing the intake manifold to the cylinder heads, then remove the manifold.
  5. Remove the bolts and clamps securing the manifold gasket to the cylinder block.
  6. Remove the inlet manifold gasket and discard.
  7. Remove the gasket seals and discard. Fig. 1: Intake manifold components I have a 2001 v6 freelander it has a noise that - 9308rg93.gif
    Fig. 2: Intake manifold bolt removal sequence 9302rg06.gif
    To install:
  8. Clean all gasket mating faces.
  9. Apply a thin bead of Loctite® Superflex (black) sealant to the 4 notches between cylinder head and block.
  10. Install a new gasket seals. Be sure the ends engage correctly in the notches.
  11. Install a new inlet manifold gasket and tighten the manifold gasket clamps to 6 inch lbs. (0.7 Nm).
  12. With the aid of an assistant, hold the harness and ignition coils aside, position the inlet manifold assembly. NOTE: Tighten the manifold bolts in the reverse order of removal.
  13. Install the inlet manifold bolts and tighten as follows:
    • 84 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
    • 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm).
  14. Tighten the gasket clamp bolts to 13 ft. lbs. (17 Nm).
  15. Install or connect the following:
    • Ignition coil bracket on the inlet manifold studs, and tighten the mounting bolts to 72 inch lbs. ( 8 Nm).
    • Fuel lines
    • Connectors to the fuel injectors and fuel temperature sensor
    • ECT sensor and temperature gauge sensor
    • Breather hoses as removed
  16. Clean the mating faces of the plenum chamber.
  17. Connect any coolant hoses that were removed.
  18. Apply a thin, uniform coating of Loctite® 577 sealant to the mating face of the plenum chamber.
  19. Install or connect the following:
    • Plenum chamber to the ram housing and tighten to 18 ft. lbs. (24 Nm)
    • Stepper motor and TP sensor connectors
    • Purge hose to the plenum chamber
    • Breather hose to the plenum chamber
    • Throttle and cruise control cables
    • Air intake hose to the plenum chamber and secure with clip
    • Coolant
    • Alternator
    • Negative battery cable

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