Forum · Gallery · Wiki · Shop · Sponsors


Search results - "General"
11-20200928_Vigor166_General_Setup_VLAN_Tag_101.jpg
11-20200928_Vigor166_General_Setup_VLAN_Tag_1015 views
16052009102.jpg
Stormer alloy44 viewsReplica stormer alloy, 20\'\' with 275 45 r20 general grabber uhp.
1D4_1915_grabber_at.jpg
D4 HSE Baltic Blue with 255/55/19 General AT Tyres80 views
1D4_1928_29_30_tonemapped_small.jpg
D4 HSE Baltic Blue with 255/55/19 General AT Tyres248 views
1D4_1939.jpg
D4 HSE Baltic Blue with 255/55/19 General AT Tyres247 views
1D4_1940.jpg
D4 HSE Baltic Blue with 255/55/19 General AT Tyres79 views
1D4_1942_tonemapped.jpg
D4 HSE Baltic Blue with 255/55/19 General AT Tyres341 views
1_General_Information,_Identification_Codes_and_Jacking_and_Lifting.pdf
1 General Information, Identification Codes and Jacking and Lifting5 viewsPart 1 of Discovery 3/4 Workshop Manual - General Information, Identification Codes and Jacking and Lifting
20120811_145553.jpg
27 viewsGeneral Grabber AT2
8_Engine_System_-_General_Information.pdf
8 Engine System - General Information5 views8 Engine System - General Information
AT21.jpg
General Grabber AT2144 views
at22.jpg
General Grabber AT2152 views
AT23.jpg
General Grabber AT2124 views
Bad Rock.jpg
Bad Rock61 viewsbenign looking rock that punctured the sidewall of my new General Grabber AT2 (500km done on tyre)
Convoy.jpg
TTB causes backlog43 viewsMy generally slow driving caused a few others to get held up - sorry
Disco_3.jpg
General Grabber AT314 viewsGeneral Grabber AT3
DSC04301~0.JPG
General Photos110 views
DSC04302~0.JPG
General Photos123 views
DSC04348.JPG
General Photos104 views
DSC04359.JPG
General Photos103 views
DSC04467.JPG
General Photos102 views
DSCF1236.JPG
Another view50 viewsA view of the general area showing the damaged part, lower centre. The second occurrence shows similar damage.
DSCN1286.JPG
General AT 19"254 viewsLooking Good!
DSCN1287.JPG
General AT 19"225 viewsget that tread!
DSCN1288.JPG
General AT 19"180 viewsside view
DSCN1535.JPG
My Discovery128 viewsGeneral Pics
Flood_and_general_003.JPG
Thread upload4 viewsImage uploaded in thread 142860
Flood_and_general_003~0.JPG
Thread upload2 viewsImage uploaded in thread 142860
Flood_and_general_003~1.JPG
Thread upload3 viewsImage uploaded in thread 145011
Flood_and_general_010.JPG
Thread upload9 viewsImage uploaded in thread 54746
Flood_and_general_017.JPG
Thread upload4 viewsImage uploaded in thread 129491
Flood_and_general_018.JPG
Thread upload7 viewsImage uploaded in thread 129491
Flood_and_general_020.JPG
Thread upload10 viewsImage uploaded in thread 129491
Flood_and_general_020~0.JPG
Thread upload11 viewsImage uploaded in thread 152057
Flood_and_general_021~0.JPG
Thread upload9 viewsImage uploaded in thread 129491
Flood_and_general_021~2.JPG
Thread upload11 viewsImage uploaded in thread 152057
Flood_and_general_022.JPG
Thread upload8 viewsImage uploaded in thread 129491
general 051.jpg
98 views
general grabber.jpg
New Generl Grabber AT2 255 60 R18"252 views
General Grabbers (2).jpg
47 views
General pictures 0010001.JPG
428 views
General pictures 0020001.JPG
398 views
General pictures 003.jpg
435 views
General pictures 0080001.JPG
411 views
General pictures 016.jpg
402 views
General pictures 024.jpg
388 views
General pictures 047.jpg
342 views
General pictures 065.jpg
177 views
General pictures 0830001.JPG
546 views
generalatnew.jpg
Thread upload12 viewsImage uploaded in thread 135589
General_013.JPG
Thread upload27 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_032.JPG
Thread upload23 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_032~0.JPG
Thread upload11 viewsImage uploaded in thread 163880
general_grabber.jpg
Thread upload5 viewsImage uploaded in thread 57247
General_Grabber_0.jpg
Thread upload10 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_1.jpg
Thread upload9 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_10.jpg
Thread upload9 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_11.jpg
Thread upload10 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_12.jpg
Thread upload10 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_2.jpg
80 viewsGeneral Grabber AT2
General_Grabber_2.jpg
Thread upload11 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_3.jpg
Thread upload10 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_4.jpg
Thread upload11 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_5.jpg
Thread upload11 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_6.jpg
Thread upload10 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_7.jpg
Thread upload9 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_8.jpg
Thread upload7 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_Grabber_9.jpg
Thread upload11 viewsImage uploaded in new thread
General_pictures_034.jpg
Thread upload17 viewsImage uploaded in thread 159698
grabber-AT.jpg
General Grabber AT94 viewsFinally got the 255/55/19 TAs fitted.
grabber_at2_3q;property=original.jpg
GeneralTire AT2182 views
HPIM2814.JPG
At the 1303 mile mark, Av MPG was 30.4 !!!!!!!!!!!!! With all teh start / stop, and general moochign about, this was quite good !302 views
IMAG0005.jpg
General AT169 views19" General AT with Pirelli Scorpion
image.jpg
General49 viewsGeneral photos
image~437.jpg
LP scoped 216 viewsBy connecting a Low Amps probe to the fuel pump's voltage supply wire, you can view the pump's current waveform on a digital storage oscilloscope (DSO). The scope pattern will reveal internal wear in the brushes and commutator that may not show up in a traditional pressure or volume test.

Observing the waveform will show if the pump's amp draw is normal for the application or is high or low, and if the pump is operating at normal speed or is running slow. Problems such as a bad spot on a commutator or a short or open in the armature also will be obvious in the waveform.

A "good" electric fuel pump waveform will generally seesaw back and forth with relative consistency and minimal variation between the highs and lows. A "bad" waveform will show large or irregular drops in the pattern, with large differences between the highs and lows.
image~5.jpg
New tyres on SWMBO's Disco18 viewsThe new General GT tyre 255/55 18R 109Y
Road tyre S+M
IMG00001-20110313-1256.jpg
New 20" Supercharged alloys on General UHP 275/45/20 110 Load ratting200 views
IMG00032-20101113-1856.jpg
general grabbers at252 views
IMGP0282.JPG
General View425 views
IMGP0529.JPG
Picture of the engine compartment fuse panel5248 viewsEngine compartment fuse panel located near the battery. This is where F3E, (5 amp), F26E, (20 amp), Fuseable link 10E, (60 amp) and Relay 7E, the now upgraded 70 amp air compressor motor relay, part number YWB500220, (E is for Engine compartment fuse box), are all located. Fuse F35P, (5 amp), is inside the Passenger compartment behind the lower glove box door.

To keep the suspension from going down to the stops when driving, (or parked), it appears that it is only really necessary to remove F26E to depower the exhaust valve and generally keep all the valve block solenoid valves in a closed position trapping whatever air is within the air springs. F3E gets its power thru F26E, so when F26E is removed, the F3E circuit is automatically de-powered. F35P is more interesting in that battery power goes thru the ignition switch and F35P and then into the air suspension control unit. Apparently however, if F26E is removed, removing the F35P is not needed even when the engine is running.

With all fuses still in, if you have a problem, in practice, ideally, the compressor still works and will raise the 3 to an appropriate height. If so, one can then shut the engine off and allow the computers to go to sleep and then you remove the fuse(s). In actual practice, it seems that one need only pull the F26E fuse and can do so with the engine running. All the same, one might consider that the 3 is first a mobile computer, and secondly a 4x4. Computers prefer to go to sleep before the plug is pulled on them, however given that F26E circuit is always alive, then the computer never sleeps. With the fuse(s) pulled, and if you are still up, you can now be a 4x4 instead of a low rider. The whole purpose of the fuse pulling exercise is to depower the one and only system exhaust valve that is physically located within the compressor unit, (to keep it from opening), and secondarily to keep closed the four air spring solenoids within the block valves. This also shuts the air compressor down and stops the air compressor from making air even if the compressor is still good. That is why you initially need the fuse(s) in to allow the compressor to make air if it can.
IMG_0525.jpg
Mantec general view159 views
IMG_2324.JPG
Style 1\'s with General Grabber AT2_ Supplied By Ken95 views
IMG_2326.JPG
Style 1\'s with General Grabber AT2_ Supplied By Ken106 views
IMG_3709.JPG
4 new General Grabber ATs suppled by these guys in Colchester30 views
IMG_3712.JPG
New General Grabber ATs fitted today (14.1.2013)26 views
IMG_6104 (Medium).JPG
Wildebeest (Gnu) Etosha179 viewsYou generally see these together with Zebra in large herds, they are complimentary grazers
IMG_8703.JPG
General AT 255 55 r196 views
Islay-July-08010.JPG
Stormy day in Islay493 viewsCALANDER ENTRY - Summer (?) holiday on Isle of Islay, Scotland. Good weather generally, but a storm came through mid-week. Car is parked at the end of the pier at Port Charlotte, looking towards Bowmore (!).

Sorry not much of a background or good light - but it was a storm. Oh and this is the highest res image I have, 5mp.
LR3 Compressor Air Drier 0594.JPG
Compressor Air Drier 1986 viewsA view of the air drier - the black round thing to the right of the actual compressor cylinder head.

The general feeling is that the air dryer is responsible for most of the compressor problems now and that replacement of either the assembly or just the beads inside will probably revive one's compressor. In reality, the beads may have for the most part broken down and turned to dust plugging the internal filters. Hence replacement of the complete dryer unit has some merit.

The part number for the dryer assemble complete with the desiccant is VUB504700.
M44PWM_Discovery_310.jpg
General Drivers area18 views
P1020342.jpg
Pine Road104 viewsForestry track but generally good condition. Later discovered Forestry had closed the track. Had to seek alternate access.
P1020347.jpg
Access road to Pyrocarpa Flora Reserve119 viewsGenerally well formed road - a mixture of decomposed granite and sand in places. Evidence that it is used heavily used by trail bikes but we did not observe any that day.
Philips_D2S_85122_C1_box_and_side_view_IMG_3043.jpg
Philips D2S 85122 C1 Xenon 4300K projector HID bulb931 viewsThis is the 4300K OEM bulb in our HID Xenon projector headlights. People who design illumination systems regard the 4300K colour as a good compromise to provide what is called definition. This is effectively the ability to actually determine what an object being illuminated probably is. The more blue colour bulbs, say 5000K and greater, result in a reduction in the ability to distinguish detail, (regardless of brightness), of the object being illuminated. Effectively, you can see the object but you cannot quite figure out what it is. This is because the more blue frequencies means there are fewer other frequencies of light that allow our eyes to actually discern what an object really is.

The 4300K colour temperature applies to clear air conditions; for rain, dust, snow, fog, etc, then a yellow 2500K colour temperature is preferable. 2500K provides more contrast and there is less back splash of light off the air particles. In blowing snow, this means less sparkle back. Flat top cut off of the light beam, (which is the pattern our projector lights have), is important to reducing back splash - hence you do do not want roof mounted lighting for adverse conditions - as low down as possible is preferable, (which is why fog lights generally sit low.)
Photo_02-02-2013_12_01_14.jpg
General Tyre AT's on 18" HSE Rims27 views
Photo_02-02-2013_12_01_26.jpg
General Tyre AT's on 18" HSE Rims31 views
Photo_02-02-2013_12_01_56.jpg
General Tyre AT's on 18" HSE Rims33 views
Photo_02-02-2013_12_02_04.jpg
General Tyre AT's on 18" HSE Rims29 views
PICT0013.JPG
General Grabber UHP 8mm Tread132 views
PICT0014.JPG
General Grabber UHP 8mm Tread148 views
Puncture.jpg
Puncture71 viewsNew General Grabber AT2 sidewall punctured by benign looking rock
RRS_SE_19_inch_alloy_and_Grabber_AT.jpg
RRS SE 19"Alloy + General Grabber AT 255/55127 views
SAM_0389~0.JPG
314 viewsBox, general view
Tekonsha P3 Brake Controller 90195 to Ford 3035P wiring adapter plug.pdf
Tekonsha P3 Brake Controller 90195 to Ford 3035-P wiring adapter plug281 viewsThis two page pdf is the general instruction for hooking up the Tekonsha part number 3035-P adapter cable between a Tekonsha P3 controller and the existing Land Rover/Ford plug, (called C2590 in the Land Rover wiring diagrams), that is hidden above the brake pedal.

The "Ford" plug, (C2590), is grey and is stuffed up above the brake pedal arm.

Mount the P3 controller appropriately and then connect one end of the custom cable to the P3 and the other to the "hidden" plug.

You will now have power for your trailer electric brakes in the round socket at the rear of your LR3; also no computer update from the Land Rover T4 unit is required. For once, it is plug and play.

If however, your trailer has LED tail lights, you may have trouble with the flashing of the trailer signal lights or non recognition by the 3 that a trailer is connected. As such, the little green trailer signal will not illuminate when a trailer is connected and the signal lights are used. This can affect the shifting of the transmission and much to your annoyance, the backup sensors will still be functioning rather than being auto disabled.
tyre.JPG
General GTs9 views
Water Leaks - General.pdf
Water Leaks - General Info115 views
WP_000298.jpg
1st Disco18 viewsI fell in love but she broke my heart with her unloved braking system and generally being not cared for by her previous!!!
WP_000299.jpg
1st Disco13 viewsI fell in love but she broke my heart with her unloved braking system and generally being not cared for by her previous!!!
ZF_Auto_Transmission_6HP26X-28X_Plastic_and_Metal_Pans.pdf
ZF 6HP26X-28X Plastic and Metal Pan part numbers and list457 viewsThis 3 page pdf lists the ZF part numbers for the factory metal and plastic pans. Note that the plastic pan is listed as the General pan, and the two metal pans as the BMW and Ford pans. The differences are subtle - drain related it appears.

Torx cap screw descriptions are provided as well as data on the differing gaskets and oil filters.
_PAS9242.JPG
LR3 Front Shot7 viewsShot of my 2006 LR3 HSE with 18" wheels, General Grabber AT2 tires, hidden winch install, and Front Runner Slimline II Roof Rack.
     
109 files on 1 page(s)