Question about Land Rover Freelander
Your question is very brief making it hard to understand what you need to know , is your car manual or atomatic gearbox ?
if manual gear box then you may have one of many things , your clutch is worn out ,or maybe just the clutch slave cylinder , if 4wd is engaged does if move with front tire's if so rear tail shaft or diff broken .
if automatic , then you may have bands broken or blown gear box in both cases .
if 4wd drive try driving in 4wd using front wheel to drive vehicle , if it moves then rear diff or tail shaft is problem , if not gearbox is most likely dammaged
hope this helps you !
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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