|Suspension||Sideway steering (bengkok) cant go alignment||Cikgu: Salu btg nie kt balut bagi kuat skit. Senang bengkok|
moon: Bengkok tu..dia tarik steering..., Kalau tak bengkok,tukar side rod aje...
lr mat yoe: Kena betul balik yg bengkok tu
Bru aligment molek
Besi tu bengkok dia tarik tayar
Buka. Ketuk balik bg lurus balik
|Others||Door dont shut||Why:|
-the bottom door seal which is a block of sponge filled with alternately ice and water
- removed the locks/seals and oiled and greased everything that moves but it still happens.
- try WD40 or Duck Oil but again try on a test patch first.
- on cold weather; suggest stiffening of the door-seals preventing total closure of the doors. There are various things you can coat the seals with that will keep them supple but you might find adjusting the strikers on the door pillars themselves might help too but make sure you mark their original position by drawing around them with a pencil to provide a reference from which to work from.
- try adjusting your striker where the door latches outwards slightly,(2 bolts) or does your striker still have the plastic tube on it?
- it sound like the striker is out of adjustment....or may be too loose and pushed in too far......try moving it outwards a little and see what happens......keep trying it till its in the right position......
|AC||Double fan||the fan is only useful when you are stationary. The effect of the fan is about 20-30km/h and if you move faster than that, you get more air going through than the fan can supply. So once you move faster than 40km/h, it makes no difference whether your fan is working or not.|
|AC||Slow AC air||look like not enough pressure on the compressor, either low gas pressure or compressor losing its capability to go high pressure (wear and tear, or worn out)|
|Steering||Steering arm bengkok, cannot do alignment and cause tilted steering wheel.||https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bxPSkY7q3yQZAq2Pvqn2Gr_d4C8tGdcI, https://drive.google.com/open?id=15xGjeZ05vwMD55qYxQMoqiomegEDhpXi|
|Turbo||300tdi Original turbo price||lr sniper: 1900 jenis garret, Tong turbo cheras - baru|
|Turbo||New Turbo Garrett brand for 300tdi and similar||lr mr Chan enterprise: New RM2800, One year warranty|
|Parts & Kits||Stock steering wheel diameter||17" or 43cm|
|Electrical||Problem : wiper and aircond suddenly stop working.||Found no. 4 fuse socket loosed. #ac|
|Others||Paint or checkered plate?||Adnan Abdullah - best non hassle protection is 3mm alum checkered plates.|
no worries on fading, last use and abuse almost forever. No need painting whatsoever.
you can buy plate cut them.or precut to size and rivet the. yourself..easy cos it perfectly square.
|Others||Defender made in Malaysia.||Land Rover dari series hingga defender utk malaysia market di pasang di malaysia oleh A.M.I.sila lihat manufacture plate di bulkhead.|
Assemble UK atau CBU ada VIN plate atas brake master bracket.
|Service (common issue)||Post flood fords major service||oil filter 68|
air filter 105
diesel filter 95
15w 40 engine oil 153
gearbox oil 120
transfer case, 4x4 gear oil 80
axle oil front/rear 130
service labor 100
clutch & brake oil 45
to bleed, flush out and replace labor 40
Service starter, carbon replace (masuk air) - 195
remove/refix starter 45
|Service (common issue)||Post flood issue & service||AC compressor bearing (hissing noise) |
Tailamp bulb / soldering
rear right signal bulb (custom)
|Lift kit||Vibrating issue for 300tdi defender 2" lift heavy duty||why vibrate? |
Driveline angle is gone upwards due to:
The coupling radius is small
Short front propshaft
panhard rod issue
Double cardan propshaft (double coupling)
fix cost from xx, 3500 to 5000
|Steering||PANHARD ROD BUSHES REPLACEMENT - Defender||To fix a steering wobble, vibration||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeUQcgkCboY|
|Overhaul||Overhaul parts & main services||Full overhauled Engine (new piston, bearing, Valve, seal…)|
Serviced Gearbox, transfer box, front & back axle
- New Turbo Cartridge
- Fuel Pump service
- New Injection nozzle
- New wiring
|Expedition kits||48" or 60" tall? Hilift jack||A 48" HiLift has served me well for about 25 years. Ample tall enough for most recovery, slewing out of ruts etc. Do you know how FRIGHTENINGLY unstable a hi-lift is in use? |
Anything above a couple of feet off the ground is dangerous - even if you know what you are doing. Unless you intend to get a big lump of chain and use it as a hand winch you shouldn't need a big one.
|Wheel & tires||Wolf wheel & studs||The copy Chinese wolf rims are very thick at the wheel mount flange, requiring longer studs on the hubs if you want to have stud protruding beyond the wheel nut.|
Just to confirm, I also have genuine wolf rims, and they are marked as tubeless.
And running them on the original (short) studs, never a problem for more than 15 years.
Somewhere on the forum there is the army recommendation regarding the shorter studs. There was just an increased torque value needed but I cannot remember what it was.