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    San Francisco, CA, USA
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  • Present cars
    1999 Carrera C2
    2003 Land Rover Discovery SE7
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    Jaguar XJR
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    87 Ford Mustang 5.0
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  1. Thanks for the reply. Been doing all the reading... Looks like I'll be busy the next few nights.
  2. Never mind... I'm screwed. Looking at it a bit further, it cracked and broke right where the solid plastic portion meets the ribbed tubing. Is the ribbed tubing portion replaceable? Or does the whole assembly have to be replaced?
  3. Hey all... Checked the DIY and a search but could not find anything useful. Been throwing a P1124 after replacing the AOS bellows (no leak confirmed) and oil change. So I started with what I took apart. To make sure it wasn't the AOS I pulled the airbox to check for oil in the intake etc (no oil to speak of). Upon removal I un-clipped the oil filler tube from the airbox and the cap portion came right off the plastic tubing that connects to the oil filler pipe. Nothing broke or cracked (at least that's what I think) but the problem I'm having is connecting the two back together. The cap porti
  4. I agree whole heartedly with this. The easiest cars I have ever worked on...It's almost laughable to hear people say LR's are unreliable with the inherent issues we have with the 996. I' m on my 3rd Land Rover and sure they have their problems like any other car but a simple coolant or oil leak here and there and 1 guaranteed head gasket job over the life of the car is hardly anything worse than engine failures, IMS failures, RMS failures, AOS and constant transmission problems that are reported on this forum and others alike. An 06+ Range Rover will be my next daily driver and cannot wait
  5. 99 C2, 110k miles... Everything that you would expect to be repaired at one point or another has been replaced, except the engine which is still going!
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