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INTRODUCTION

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INTRODUCTION

How To Use This Manual

General
To assist in the use of this Manual, it is divided into 
sections and sub-sections. The section title is given 
at the top of each page and the relevant sub-section 
is given at the bottom.

There is a single contents section at the front of the 
Manual, which is divided by section and sub-section. 
Each section is numbered from page 1.

The individual items comprising repair operations are 
to be followed in the sequence in which they appear. 
Item numbers shown in illustrations are referred to in 
the associated text.

Adjustment, Repair and Overhaul operations include 
reference to Service tool numbers and the 
associated illustration depicts the tool in use. 
Adjustment and repair operations also include 
reference to wear limits, relevant data, torque 
figures, specialist information and useful assembly 
details. Each adjustment or repair operation is given 
a Service Repair Operation (SRO) number.

WARNINGS, CAUTIONS  and NOTES  have the 
following meanings:

WARNING: Procedures which must be followed 
precisely to avoid the possibility of injury.

CAUTION: Calls attention to procedures which 
must be followed to avoid damage to 
components.

NOTE: Gives helpful information.

References
References to the LH or RH side given in this Manual 
are made when viewing the vehicle from the rear. 
With the engine and gearbox assembly removed, the 
crankshaft pulley end of the engine is referred to as 
the front.

Operations covered in this Manual do not include 
reference to testing the vehicle after repair. It is 
essential that work is inspected and tested after 
completion and if necessary a road test of the vehicle 
is carried out. This is of particular importance where 
safety related items are concerned.

Dimensions
The dimensions quoted are to design engineering 
specification. Service limits are included where 
applicable.

Electrical Reference Library (ERL) and Circuit 
Diagrams
The Electrical Reference Library (ERL) and Circuit 
Diagrams are separate publications intended for use 
by trained Land Rover technicians and should be 
referred to when attempting to diagnose electrically 
related concerns.

The ERL contains descriptions of how the circuits 
operate, fuse details, earth point locations, and a 
definitive guide to the attributes and location of every 
connector on the vehicle.

The ERL is used in conjunction with the Circuit 
Diagrams. Both publications are designed to support 
all aspects of electrical fault diagnosis.

TESTBOOK (Fault Diagnostic Equipment)
Freelander is equipped with a number of electronic 
control systems to provide optimum performance of 
the vehicle's systems.

Diagnostic equipment (TESTBOOK/T4) is available 
to assist with the fault diagnostic abilities of the 
dealer workshop. In particular, the equipment can be 
used to interrogate the Engine Control Module 
(ECM) for diagnosis of emissions related faults which 
may become evident by the illumination of the 
Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) in the instrument 
pack. This feature is included in compliance with the 
latest emissions legislation pertinent to a particular 
market (e.g. EU3 for Europe, OBDII for North 
America etc.).

This repair manual is produced as a reference 
source to supplement Testbook/T4. When available, 
the equipment should be used as the primary means 
of fault diagnosis on electronically controlled 
systems.

Features of TestbookT4 include:

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Fully upgradable support for the technician

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Structured diagnostics to accommodate all skill 
levels.

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Touch screen operation - Testbook only.

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Direct print out of screen information and test 
results.

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