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Dean1234



Member Since: 18 Jan 2022
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United Kingdom 2010 Freelander 2 TD4_e XS Manual Biscay Blue
Changing The Power Steering Reservoir

Me and Alana are by no means mechanics, but we try to do what we feel comfortable doing on our car so we can save some money on labour on the smaller jobs and use that to offset the labour costs of the bigger jobs when it's in the garage. Smile

While we were having power steering issues, we put together this video which might help those of you that want to do some work on your car but don't know if you dare to. Smile



Most of you will be aware of Beavis Pits video, but incase you're not and the fact that I don't think you can be too informed about the same thing. Here is a link to his video:

https://youtu.be/cvae3VJSy_4?si=i4anNPDKJ7f2BLtQ https://www.youtube.com/@scottandalana4x4


Last edited by Dean1234 on 15th Feb 2024 1:34 pm. Edited 2 times in total

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jules



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I take it your PAS is working OK now, after all the issues you had. Jules

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Dean1234



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It's looking hopeful that it's back to full working condition. Smile Although it still feels a bit heavy at low speed, but that could be just me overly focusing on it at the moment. Very Happy

Thanks for the tip with the headlight as it gives loads of extra room to do the job. Thumbs Up https://www.youtube.com/@scottandalana4x4

Post #439275 10th Feb 2024 5:46 pm
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