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First let me admit that I haven't worked on a LandRover in years, so I highly recommend that you contact someone that has recent experience.
That being said; it sounds like a throw out bearing failure to me. Although it could be a pressre plate issue, it really doesn't matter since I always recommend that the pressure plate, throw out bearing and clutch plate be replaced at the same time, since a failure of one is an indication the others life span is coming to the end.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help, but my LandRover experience was mainly in the 80s and early 90s
before you cut or rewire the alarm, when welding the disco although disconecting the battery protects the battery, the imobiliser holds current, this my have gone into system factory setting, so it my be worth getting the imob and key re-conected, this is a cheap job at any Landrover specialist. hope your running smooth soon
This usually is the starter, especially if your truck has had an oil leak going for a while as the oil will run down into the starter and cause it to intermittenly fail. Also check your battery terminals and make sure you have a good connectivity.
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.