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Markmarc



Member Since: 09 Jul 2018
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Just thought id drop a few pic pulled the front off and a nice oil patch round the oil pump is this a unusual place to go at the bottom .pls let me know .belts were done at 69000 not sure if this the old style pump. Confused Oh and the left pulley casing decided to fall off when undoing .readung tour rightups on here this framework sounds like its made of plastic lol.

Post #561220 Wed Jul 11 2018 9:04pm
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Andy K



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England 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red

Is the belt tensionner missing in drivers side ? No

Is the engine painted black ?

Post #561222 Wed Jul 11 2018 9:12pm
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Disco_Mikey
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That's a snapped crank. Breaks between cylinders 2/3, pushed the front end of the crank forwards, and fractures the oil pump casing

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Post #561224 Wed Jul 11 2018 9:23pm
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Markmarc



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Hi .yes engine is painted black does that tell you its a recon or gen .pulleys were all there and intact ...i was thinking the crank has caused the crack being that low Big Cry .time to looksee and find another block foing to pull the bottom tommorow and have a look at the destruction Crying or Very sad ..well i bought it on the understanding i was changing the engine but was hopeing for a crank.shell. change.and get away with a little work lol.

Post #561225 Wed Jul 11 2018 9:46pm
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Andy K



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Yes with all that black paint it does point to a recon I would say.

Post #561229 Thu Jul 12 2018 12:33am
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Markmarc



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I would say going in for the third engine in a only a 100000 lifetime is not a good advert for these engines. Evil or Very Mad

Post #561235 Thu Jul 12 2018 10:25am
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Markmarc



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Shame i cant find out whos fitted the engine and when was fitted it may be still under waranty that would have been a bonus lol .my heads ticking now im going off to do some research and check history on the documents ...ive found several cheap jags under 2k witb low miles and full service so will go looking and find the donor.

Post #561236 Thu Jul 12 2018 10:40am
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Andy K



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check engine number v the logbook

Post #561241 Thu Jul 12 2018 12:02pm
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Markmarc



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Hi Disco mikey or Andy my question is how much hassle is it to change ftom manual back to auto box ive found a jag 2.7 but manual .is it just the torque flywheel and bell housing? Is the bell house a straight bolt iff bolt on change cheers m.

Post #561267 Thu Jul 12 2018 4:03pm
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Markmarc



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Hi Disco mikey ive picked up that 2.7 block sounds ok runs nice but what make shells would you recommend to replace existing ,Glyco.arp.king.etc i value your opinion cheers m.

Post #561331 Fri Jul 13 2018 6:05pm
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Andy K



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I would be tempted to just leave it alone if it sounds fine.

What's the milage on it?

Change the rear belt while engine out.
And do front too ?

What year is the jag ?

All the accessory parts require stripping off the jag engine and LR pats fitting.

Injectors
Pas pump
AC Comp.
Alternator
Turbo's
Sump
Dip stick tube

Post #561334 Fri Jul 13 2018 7:13pm
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Markmarc



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Hi Andy thanks for the info the jag is a 2005 110.000 mile good history to 80 ish and a 2 owner from new.shame to gas axe it up bit must needs Laughing .my mate said to leave the shells but i thought while its out to put some fresh in .going to flush engine and replace oil then drop again to give a clean it is well due a service.upgrade oilpump replace chocolate frame work cambelts etc..but glad you mentioned back belt forgot about that.has there been any call for the chains to be changed ? Anyyhing else im forgeting pls let me know cheers m.

Post #561344 Fri Jul 13 2018 10:56pm
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Andy K



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England 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red

You do hear the odd story of chain failure.

If you plan to keep for a long time I guess it would be a sensible time to replace.
Not cheap though.

Post #561347 Sat Jul 14 2018 8:56am
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SRE



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Markmarc.. I think you may find it beneficial to join the sister Disco3/4 forum. Those guys are more into the DIY stuff. This forum is great, however more into enjoying the cars than repairing. Remember Disco is a Sport in working clothes. In Spain - 2018 F Pace - Down and out's Velar
In UK - Not saying, but its NOT a Muddy Milk Float.
Gone - Several Lode Lane vehicles
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Post #561351 Sat Jul 14 2018 9:27am
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SRE



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Just for starters
https://www.disco3.co.uk/forum/2-7-tdv6-en...53207.html
https://www.disco3.co.uk/forum/engine-body-procedures-158296.html In Spain - 2018 F Pace - Down and out's Velar
In UK - Not saying, but its NOT a Muddy Milk Float.
Gone - Several Lode Lane vehicles
- Beta User

Post #561352 Sat Jul 14 2018 9:36am
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