1. engine compartment fire, occupants should immediately stop. When the fire, some experts recommend not to lift the hood, so as not to increase
Very clean Safety Devices full roof rack. This is a nice, RUST-FREE example, with no dents, bent rails on any kind of damage. Looks great and it comes
Ok, so i'm going to ask a stupid question...what is the proper procedure to check the transmission fluid on a 1999 D1 SD? This is an automatic. Reason
Someone out there has had to remove the rear LR3 struts and replace them. I need advise on how t remove the inside nut so I can get this back on the road.
There's got to be someone out there that has had to remove and replace theses air struts on a LR3 that could help me out with some advise. I am unable
Ok so here's the situation. I have a '96 disco 1 it would turn over and spit and sputter but never stay running. So I checked the dip stick and couldn't
Thanks for the replies, I'll probably just drain and flush as suggested.
122k is getting up there . Just do the double-flush yourself . Piece of cake to perform : drain/fill/run/drain/fill and done ............. then a beer
From the RAVE manual:
CHECK/TOP UP AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL
NOTE: Transmission fluid level is checked when fluid is cold