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Olá João! Here are a few links that may help you with your HDC problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7hZQI1gfAg (en français avec sous titres en anglais) http://forums.lr4x4.com/topic/64376-abstchdc-lights/#comment-556074
I have never found the factory gauges to be inadequate. If you question the accuracy of your gauge I suggest you get an infrared thermometer and use it to look at actual temps on top of the engine block
By cutting battery power in that way, you have probably caused a misalignment between the EWS (Security) module and the engine controller. In that case, the truck will have to be towed to the dealer or
Hello Chadwick, could need an intense cleaning, or it could be a mechanical fault. Other others have had this problem and some have resolved it by removing and completely cleaning the CD changer.
Hi Dave, check out www.lrfaq.org for more info. 1997: about 58,352 Disco's made, 14,703 sent to LRNA, however, I don't how many were 5 SPD manual. We had a '95 disco 5spd manual, whole lot of fun!