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Member Since: 17 Sep 2019
Location: Berlin
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Germany 2008 LR2 TD4 SE Auto Indus Silver

Hey Tim.
If you did test this already.....
soooo .......there is not so much left....
Somebody needs to replace the front diff.

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Post #378949 28th Sep 2019 7:55 am
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Location: Doncaster
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United Kingdom 2008 Freelander 2 TD4 HSE Auto Zermatt Silver

Yes it looks that way .. I would like to drive an auto of the same year with no problems and also look at the driveshaft/gearbox to compare maybe that could confirm things ...

Post #378950 28th Sep 2019 8:26 am
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Yes i will.
Can someone confirm that our care is switching to front-wheel drive over 40 km/h?
Tim, how did you test your front wheel-drive. Did you dismount the prop-shaft?
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Post #378959 28th Sep 2019 11:38 am
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United Kingdom 2008 Freelander 2 TD4 HSE Auto Zermatt Silver

From a standing start all 4 wheels are engaged then as speed increases the rear is disengaged via the Haldex I believe this to be 10 mph, then if any of the wheel speed sensors pick up a increase or decrease in speed the haldex kicks in and 4wd is instantly engaged,so basically they are front wheel drive most of the time ...

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Germany 2008 LR2 TD4 SE Auto Indus Silver

What I found now is that the prop shaft has some play where it goes into the
rear diff. We know that 1800 rpm is a problematic frequency, because they start to drone or whine 80 km/h when the bearings are bad. It might be, that the thing starts to rattle at that freqency only when the haledex is „relaxed“.

Post #378996 29th Sep 2019 7:36 am
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United Kingdom 2008 Freelander 2 TD4 HSE Auto Zermatt Silver

Yes that could well be your problem ....

Post #379019 29th Sep 2019 11:58 am
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Germany 2008 LR2 TD4 SE Auto Indus Silver

Hey NG
I really don't understand how it works.
https://www.freel2.com/gallery/albums/user...00x333.jpg
Should be a kind of a clutch? Dose it have bearings or are all bearings in the rear diff?
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Piet



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Scotland 2007 Freelander 2 TD4 HSE Manual Tonga Green

Just found the cause of my car wobbling/vibrating whilst accelerating in 4/5/6th gear.

My left front driveshaft was knackered. On inspecting it, it had some play and over an inch of play in the direction of the wheel, on the wheel hub side, most likely caused by the cv retaining nut being put in cross threaded and having been left there, not actually correctly tightened. The ptu side of the shaft also had hardly any grease in it. After replacing the whole shaft it now runs very smoothly, no more wobbles at all. Surprised

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