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Land Rover Defender Repair Manual 2007-2011

Engines Covered:
2.4L Duratorq Turbo Diesel
Contents Covered: Lubrication and Maintenance, Suspension, Differential & Driveline, Vehicle, Quick Reference, Brakes, Cooling, Audio/Video, Chime/Buzzer, Electronic Control Modules, Engine Systems, Heated Systems, Horn, Ignition Control, Instrument Cluster, Lamps, Message Systems, Power Systems & Restraints, Speed Control, Vehicle Theft, Security, Wipers/Washers, Navigation/Telecommunication, Wiring, Engine, Exhaust System, Frame & Bumpers, Fuel System, Steering, Transmission and Transfer Case, Tires/Wheels, Body, Heating & Air Conditioning, Emission Control, Component and System, TurboCharger, Index

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This motor at long last permitted the Defender to voyage serenely at high speeds, just as tow substantial loads quickly on slopes while as yet being practical. In principle it just supplanted the more seasoned Diesel Turbo motor in the range, with the other four-chamber motors (and the V8 petroleum motor) actually being accessible. Notwithstanding, the Tdi’s mix of execution and economy implied that it took by far most of deals. Special cases were the British Army and some business administrators, who kept on purchasing vehicles with the 2.5-liter normally suctioned diesel motor (in the military’s case, this was on the grounds that the Tdi couldn’t be fitted with a 24 volt generator). Little quantities of V8-engined Defenders were offered to clients in nations with low fuel expenses or who required however much force as could be expected, (for example, in Defenders utilized as fire motors and ambulances).